The first MotoGP World Championship event will be held in India in 2023.

The first MotoGP World Championship event will be held in India in 2023.

The Buddh International Circuit in Greater Noida will host the inaugural MotoGP World Championships race in India in 2019, it was confirmed on Wednesday.

In order to organize the top two-wheel racing event in India for the following seven years, MotoGP commercial rights owner Dorna and Noida-based race producers Fairstreet Sports inked a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) on Wednesday. The competition is known as the "Grand Prix of Bharat."

The event's organizers added in a release that MotoGP also has ambitions to introduce MotoE into the Indian racing scene. This will not only be a first for Asia but also a big green endeavor with net zero carbon emisson.

The event, which will attract riders from as many as 19 nations and create jobs, will significantly boost trade and tourism in the nation, according to the press release.

The Formula 1 Indian Grand Prix used to be hosted at the Buddh International Circuit, the site of the MotoGP competition. It was staged there for three consecutive years, from 2011 to 2013, before being abandoned owing to administrative, budgetary, and tax challenges.

Describe Moto GP.

The Federation Internationale de Motocyclisme hosts the Moto GP, the premier motorcycle road racing championship, on road circuits (FIM.) Of all the racing World Championships, MotoGP is the most venerable; its inaugural event took place in 1949.

The 20 Grands Prix that make up the MotoGP world championship. Each race is a sprint from start to finish without pit stops for fuel or tires, and each round lasts between 40 and 45 minutes.