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MotoGP Recommended to Go Outside Europe More Often, Aprilia Boss Says Indonesia

Liputan6.com, Jakarta – MotoGP 2024 will be the busiest campaign in the history of the World Motorcycle Racing Championship. There will be 21 races taking place this season.

This number remains the highest even though the third series in Argentina was cancelled, beating the 2023 edition which featured 20 series. This condition makes manufacturers and racers overwhelmed. Especially with the presence of the sprint race.

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Even so, participants did not always complain about it. Aprilia CEO Massimo Rivola actually advised operators to add races outside Europe.

This policy means increasing operational costs and physical drain. However, there is also a positive value, namely the development of the MotoGP market.

“I'm Italian, but maybe we should reduce racing in Italy and Spain. From there then we go where the money is,” said Rivola as reported Crashes.

“We need big sponsors in this business. To attract attention, we need to go to them. So it's good for us to go to Indonesia or India. Let's go to a place where we can market motorbikes,” he continued.

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