Bengaluru, Feb. 20: MotoGP Bharat is coming to India this September and is being held in Greater Noida. Fairstreet Sports in association with Dorna are bringing this mega event to India for the first time and this racing bonanza will continue to take place in India for the next 7 years.
India is the world’s second largest 2-wheeler market in the World. Despite this and our billion+ population, India has never produced a world champion in this sport. We strongly feel that it is not for lack of talent but for the lack of focus.
MotoGP is the world’s 2nd most popular sport after F1, with 3.5 billion video streams, 432 million households reached via TV and a worldwide reach in ~195 countries.
Introducing to you, 12 year old Shreyas Hareesh who is already the 2022 Indian miniGP Champion. Shreyas Hareesh is also the youngest racer in the country to win a National Championship race at age 11 in the TVS Apache Rookies Cup.Shreyas Hareesh also stood first in his first ever Group D Race on a full size Yamahah R15 and earned the respect of his senior co-racers.Even in the Drag Format, he set a new record in his first ever outing.
At such a young age Shreyas has set his goalof hoisting Indian National Flag to the tune of Indian National Anthem at MotoGP.
Shreyas Hareesh was invited by team Fairstreet Sports to the Uttar Pradesh Global Investor Summit (UPGIS), held in Lucknow on the 10th, 11th and 12th of February. MotoGP Bharat participated in theUPGIS where Senor Carlos Ezpeleta, the Chief Strategy officer of Dorna was a keynote speaker and the event was graced by the Honourable Chief Minister of Uttar Pradesh, Shri Yogi Adityanath, Union Minister of Road Transport& Highways, Shri Nitin Gadkari and Union Minister of Youth Affairs & Sports, Shri Anurag Thakur.
Theministers also visited the MotoGP Bharat experience zone hosted by Fairstreet sports at the summit and blessed Shreyas Hareesh.