Articles Posted in the " Dorna Sports " Category





  • Motegi MotoGP: Japan GP Officially On

    Motegi MotoGP: Japan GP Officially On

    2011 MotoGP

    It’s official – the 2011 Japanese Grand Prix will go on as planned Oct. 2, says Dorna Sports, the governing body of MotoGP.

    The news arrived after the FIM and Dorna received the final, official report from ARPA, who was hired to investigate the radiation levels at Motegi to ensure fan/MotoGP paddock safety.


  • Motegi MotoGP: Japan Gets Green Light

    Motegi MotoGP: Japan Gets Green Light

    2011 Japan MotoGP

    After much controversy regarding the current state of Japan following the March 11 Earthquake and subsequent Tsunami that devastated the country, the FIM confirmed Monday that the Motegi MotoGP will go on as planned Oct. 2.


  • Catalunya Renews MotoGP Contract

    Catalunya Renews MotoGP Contract

    MotoGP

    One of the four Spanish circuits on the 2011 MotoGP calendar will be around for the next five years. On Wednesday, the Circuit de Catalunya renewed its contract with Dorna Sports, the promoter of MotoGP, for years 2012-2015.


  • MotoGP & Hertz Extend Partnership

    MotoGP & Hertz Extend Partnership

    2011 MotoGP

    In 2010, rental company Hertz signed a year-deal with MotoGP rights holder Dorna Sports to provide a range of services.

    On Thursday, MotoGP announced that the two had signed a year extension; Hertz will provide a range of services throughout the 2011 MotoGP Championship.


  • MotoGP: Dorna Appoints Advisor to CEO

    MotoGP: Dorna Appoints Advisor to CEO

    MotoGP News

    Hiroshi Yasukawa has been appointed by Dorna Sports as an advisor to company CEO, Carmelo Ezpeleta.

    Yasukawa will bring a wealth of motorsport experience to the MotoGP rights holder and will provide his insight on the further development of the sport.


  • iTunes: MotoGP Videos on Demand

    iTunes: MotoGP Videos on Demand

    MotoGP on iTunes

    MotoGP has been publishing content on iTunes since 2006 when it launched the free After the Flag program and Official Podcasts. Dorna Sports has increased its offerings with new programmes now available at the iTunes video store, such as Race Highlights, Documentaries and MotoGP Classics.


  • BMW M Coupe: Official MotoGP Safety Car

    BMW M Coupe: Official MotoGP Safety Car

    2011 MotoGP

    The motorcycle road racing world championship – or MotoGP – ranks among the world’s most popular and spectacular sporting events. The involvement of BMW M GmbH in motorcycle racing’s top-echelon event now enters its 13th year.


  • Bridgestone & MotoGP: 3 More Years

    Bridgestone & MotoGP: 3 More Years

    MotoGP

    Bridgestone Corporation announced today that Bridgestone and Dorna Sports have signed a new three-year deal that will see the Japanese manufacturer continue as the Official Tyre Supplier to the premier class of the Federation Internationale de Motocyclisme (FIM) MotoGP World Championship from 2012-2014.


  • MotoGP: Dorna & BMW Extend Partnership

    MotoGP: Dorna & BMW Extend Partnership

    MotoGP News

    Dorna Sports and BMW have reached an agreement to extend the German manufacturer’s position as the Official Car to MotoGP until 2016, thus prolonging what has been a highly successful and strong partnership since its beginnings in 1999.


  • MotoGP: Dorna & Tissot Prolong Partnership

    MotoGP: Dorna & Tissot Prolong Partnership

    MotoGP News

    After 10 years of successful partnership, Dorna Sports has extended its relationship with Swiss watchmaker Tissot as the Official Timekeeper and Official Watch of MotoGP.

    Tissot will continue as the official timing partner of the FIM’s flagship motorcycle racing championship, MotoGP.


  • MotoGP: Lorenzo Documentary Premiere

    MotoGP: Lorenzo Documentary Premiere

    MotoGP News

    Televisión Española and Dorna Sports presented the documentary "Jorge" in a special premiere of the 80-minute film at the Cine Capitol in Madrid on Thursday evening.

    The red carpet event in the Spanish capital was attended by 2010 MotoGP World Champion and subject Jorge Lorenzo.


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