Everything is set for the start of the Aragon Grand Prix of the 2010 MotoGP World Championship to be held from September 17th to 19th in a new circuit for all drivers, Motorland, which makes Spain the country with the most world tests with ...
Everything is set for the start of the Aragon Grand Prix of the 2010 MotoGP World Championship to be held from September 17th to 19th in a new circuit for all drivers, Motorland, which makes Spain the country with the most world tests with four.
This will be the 13th round of the 2010 season and the Spanish motorcycle racer, Jorge Lorenzo, has emerged as the favorite in the sports betting sites to achieve the MotoGP Championship 2010. Lorenzo ranks first in the overall standings with a 63-point advantage over Dani Pedrosa.
The new circuit of Aragon has had the presence of some motorcycle racers these days, as Andrea Dovizioso, Hiroshi Aoyama, and Valentino Rossi have raced there.
For his part, Rossi tested at Motorland in a private practice on Wednesday afternoon to familiarize himself with the circuit, and described it as a fast circuit with some complicated but fun turns.
Dovizioso practiced earlier, driving a Honda, and said he was impressed by the amount of overtaking opportunities.
On the other hand, the CEO of Motorland Aragon, Antonio Gasión, has reported that 44,000 tickets are already sold and said that the circuit has a team of 16 doctors and eight intensive care units (ICU).
Gasión also states that everything is going as planned for the race. "The works are being implemented as planned and smoothly and we are very satisfied, and in total security, we are ready to face the Grand Prix of next September 17th."
In addition, it has been told that medical services of Alcañiz and Caspe will be strengthened and that the Aragon Health Service will coordinate the emergencies care outside the circuit.
Finally, the Aragon Circuit replaces the twice-postponed the Hungarian round of MotoGP. It has been cancelled for two consecutive years due to bank troubles.