Hungary will organize a world speed race on the track next to Hajdúnánás from 2023 for a period of 10 years.
Carmelo Ezpeleta, CEO of MotoGP rights holder Dorna Sports, and József Pacza, managing director of Kelet-Magyarországi Versenypálya Kft of the Innovation Technology Department (ITM), signed the agreement on Thursday.
At the press conference after the signing, Lajos Kósa, Member of the Eastern Region of Hungary, stated that the design competition for the new track is already underway and is expected to be held from March 18th to 19th.
From the perspective of national image, organizing this competition is a better investment than anything else, because with this, we can attract the attention of the whole world to a region in eastern Hungary. “ -Lajos Kósa added, emphasizing that MotoGP is one of the most popular and most popular sports in the world, with 1 to 150,000 spectators at the venue.
“The construction of the track has also brought about economic development. Because of the existence of such facilities, which are needed for the development of motorsport and motorcycle technology, so will the travel industry. “The politician said, adding that they also hope to promote motorcycles as a means of urban transportation.
Carmelo Ezpeleta (Carmelo Ezpeleta) reminded that Dorna Sports had the right to win the world championship for 30 consecutive years. Although the Hungaroringen competition was held in 1992, due to the Mogyoród competition. Tao’s recognition is no longer possible.
We will do our best to make this game a success in sports, economy and regional development. “ -Ezpeleta emphasized: “Today is also very important for MotoGP. We are happy and proud to be able to compete in Hungary from 2023.”
From the perspective of domestic motorsports, this is what Gábor Talmácsi, the world champion in the 125 cubic centimeter category of the 2007 season, said, the agreement can be regarded as a milestone.
“As a racing driver, I have represented Hungary for 10 years. Now I can help Hungary develop motorsports in a different position. I am very happy that we will soon be able to have a new track every year.” Talma Said West.