MotoGP India: CM Yogi is exploring possibilities of big investment


yogi government has made big preparations for the first Moto GP Bharat which is going to be held at Buddha

international Circuit in Greater Noida, Uttar Pradesh from today. Along with the event, the yogi government is

exploring the possibilities of large-scale investment in the state. chief minister yogi Adityanath will hold a round

table conference (CEO Conclave) on saturday with the CEOs of top companies coming for Moto GP Bharat. Chief

minister yogi will introduce the CEO to Uttar Pradesh’s prosperity, emerging markets, infrastructure, connectivity

and other features and possibilities. Guests have started arriving for the Moto GP which is going to be held for the

first time in India. The drivers taking part in the event also took part in a training session at the Buddh International

Circuit on Thursday. 275 big companies like red Bull, Shell, B-Win, BMW, Oakley, Monster, Motul, Tissot,

Repsol, Pollini, Go Pro, Honda, Michelin, Amazon, DHL and Petronas are participating in some form or the other

in the event. Their CEO is also coming to participate.

Will be telecast in 200 countries

The sport represents the two wheeler industry and has a strong position in most parts of Asia including India.

According to the government, a total of about 1.5 lakh people will be engaged per day in this global racing event.

At the same time, 10,000 people from abroad will come to buddha international Circuit to be a part of this event.

This event will be telecast in 200 countries. Tickets for this event are being sold in the price range of Rs 800 to Rs

1.80 lakh.

11 teams will participate

A total of 20 different racing events will be organized over three days, the final race under the main sporting event

will be held on september 24. Mainly 11 teams are taking part in it and spectators fond of racing events from all the

countries of the world are turning to Noida. According to an estimate, the telecasting of the event will get more than

45 crore viewership all over the world.

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