Did You Know? Circuit Of The Americas MotoGP Pre Race Fast Facts

There was once a time when MotoGP visited three separate tracks in the United States: Austin’s Circuit of the Americas (COTA), Indianapolis’s IMS, and Monterey’s Laguna Seca. That final year for the American triple was in 2013.

Indianapolis continued on the MotoGP schedule through 2015. Since, unfortunately, there’s been only one US round: the Grand Prix of the Americas at COTA. This track is well respected by the MotoGP grid, and fan participation has grown every year since the track joined the World Championship in 2013.

Did You Know? Circuit of the Americas MotoGP Pre-Race Fast Facts
Circuit of the Americas MotoGP: Track

Ahead of this weekend’s Austin MotoGP, where Repsol Honda’s Marc Marquez seeks to redeem his flawless record of wining every MotoGP held there from pole, here are some fast facts about the circuit courtesy of Repsol Honda and the Ducati Team.

For more on round three of 18, read our 2017 Austin MotoGP Preview: Can Marquez Go 5 For 5?

Source : https://ultimatemotorcycling.com/2017/04/21/know-circuit-americas-motogp-pre-race-fast-facts/

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