Qualifying and main race will be organized on September 24
CM Yogi will participate in the business conclave with CEOs of top companies on Sunday
Greater Noida/Lucknow, September 22.
MotoGP, the cherished spectacle for speed and thrill enthusiasts, started on Friday at Buddha International Circuit in Uttar Pradesh.
Under this first MotoGP Bharat, which will run from September 22 to September 24, the practice sessions for Moto3, Moto2 and MotoGP events started on Friday. The main race and the qualifying race will be organized on Sunday, September 24.
Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath may grace the final event with his presence. After participating in the Business Conclave at Buddha International Circuit with the top CEOs of 275 brands and companies who have come to India for MotoGP, the CM can also witness this thrilling event full of speed.
UP’s economic growth to be presented to distinguished international guests
The Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister will meet CEOs and executives of big brands and companies associated with MotoGP on September 24. Yogi Adityanath will be the main speaker in this meeting to be held in the Conclave Hall of Invest UP. He will introduce the foreign guests to the growing stature of Uttar Pradesh, its excellent infrastructure, connectivity, safe environment for industries, and liberal policies of the government.
As part of this presentation, an introductory film showcasing Uttar Pradesh’s rich and diverse image will be screened. Accompanying CM Yogi will be the Infrastructure and Industrial Development Minister, Nand Gopal Nandi, as well as the Infrastructure and Industrial Development Commissioner, Manoj Kumar Singh.
The event will also feature addresses from the CEO and CCO of Moto GP. Following this meeting, CM Yogi will take some time to enjoy the thrilling race.
CEOs of big companies are also taking part
This event boasts the participation of 275 prominent companies, including industry giants like Red Bull, Shell, B-Win, BMW, Oakley, Monster, Motul, Tissot, Repsol, Polini, Go Pro, Honda, Michelin, Amazon, DHL, and Petronas, all playing integral roles in various capacities. CEOs of these companies are also coming to participate in the event.
MotoGP has a strong reputation as a thriving sport that is not only supported by a large number of fans but is also recognized by prominent brands around the world. Over the years, this sport has made substantial contributions to the economies of its host countries. It serves as a representative of the two-wheeler industry, boasting a robust presence not only in India but also throughout most of Asia.
The roaring presence of MotoGP Bharat on social media
The excitement surrounding MotoGP India isn’t limited to Uttar Pradesh or the nation; it’s reverberating around the globe. Social media platforms are abuzz with people heaping praise on Uttar Pradesh and India for hosting this inaugural event at the iconic Buddha International Circuit in Greater Noida.
On various social media platforms, individuals are expressing their awe for the Buddha International Circuit and its breathtaking track. One ‘X’ user, Silent Rockstar, couldn’t contain their excitement, stating, “I can’t believe I’m watching Moto GP India live.” Similarly, Matt Oxley predicted that the Buddh International Circuit would undoubtedly become a legendary track.
Jayadevan Prabhakaran remarked on the thrill of BIC hosting MotoGP after F-1. Denovan Peace wrote that overtaking on this track is difficult, especially when the bikes are going straight. This is a great track. Nivetha Jessica wrote that, due to the first MotoGP Bharat, the people here have a chance to witness world champion racing. I am very happy to meet the stars.