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MotoGP Will Not Return to Indy in 2016 Cancellation of the Red Bull Indianapolis Grand Prix was a "mutual decision."

MotoGP Will Not Return to Indy in 2016 Cancellation of the Red Bull Indianapolis Grand Prix was a "mutual decision."

We just received some thoroughly disappointing news from the Indianapolis Motor Speedway: MotoGP will not return to race at The Brickyard in 2016. Here's the official release from IMS: Following eight years of delivering world-class motorcycle racing, the Red Bull Indianapolis Grand Prix will...

Published on September 12 2015, 19:33
Source: www.cycleworld.com
 

The Red Bull Indianapolis Grand Prix race will not return to the Indianapolis Motor Speedway in 2016. This was a mutual decision, influenced by recent MotoGP scheduling changes, geographic challenges and series economics. IMS will move forward with the addition of new sporting and entertainment... 

Rumors Rampant: Indy Back On For MotoGP? by staff Wednesday, December 16, 2015 In the two and half decades that we've been doing this motorcycle news and information gig we've seen a lot of races come and go. We watched the USGP at Laguna Seca fade away and then return something like three... 

The 2016 World Superbike calendar will have just thirteen rounds. Attempts at finding a replacement for the canceled Monza round have failed, causing the calendar to definitively lose a round. Dorna had been in talks with several other circuits to replace the races at Monza, with the Estoril...