miércoles, 21 de diciembre de 2011

Termas De Rio Hondo Circuit Signs Three-Year Deal To Host Argentinian MotoGP Round

Motorcycle racing is spreading its wings. After the World Superbike series announced its first incursion into Russia for 2012, MotoGP's return to South America was cemented today, with the contract signed between Dorna and the Termas de Rio Hondo circuit in Argentina. The Argentinian circuit has signed up to host a MotoGP race for three years starting in 2013, the series returning to the continent of South America after an absence of 8 years. The last time MotoGP raced on the continent was in 2004, when Makoto Tamada won the Brazilian GP at the Nelson Piquet circuit near Rio de Janeiro in Brazil.

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