Motogp Case Study

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1. What Is Motogp ? The History Of Motorcycle Racing And Different Class Of Racing

The MotoGP Championship is the pinnacle class of world championship road racing that developed primarily in Europe for the first time in 1949.The race consist of an eighteen-race series visiting 13 countries, 4 continents and almost entire world television coverage. MotoGP now entering the 65th year celebration and is oldest motorsport championship of three different class.At the moment MotoGP has three classes, 125 cc, Moto2, and MotoGP. The riders came from over the world including Australia, Austria, Colombia, Portugal, Japan, Italy and also our country Malaysia.

Nita Korhonen, 2011 stated that MotoGP competition is quite similar to the Motocross but the
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Ltd. (Singapore) and UEM Land Berhad (Malaysia) to build a RM 3.5 bil. Motorsport City in Johor’s Iskandar region creates a better prospect for the young talent and motorsports devotees in Malaysia.According to Syarizal Abdul Rahim (2013) ,motorsport industries contributes in several area for example tourism revenue via foreign and local fans. During Malaysian GP in 2011, a total of RM 200 million generated through economic activities. With the collaboration FASTrack Autosports Pte. Ltd. And UEM Land, it provides greater prospect for the nation to experience specialties from formal school and the racing track. Although it seem good opportunities ahead, there are still a some issues to be tackled both of government and private sectors in order to raise the level of the sports. Motorsport simply occupy niche area in Malaysia instead being an independent industry ( Syarizal Abdul Rahim & Norailis Ab. Wahab, 2013) …show more content…
Wahab, and Syarizal Abdul Rahim (2014), the future of motorcycle racing championship is developing in steady rate which could be improve especially through the research and development. The approach of this sport by the government is the reflection of the Malaysian youth development policy which serve as the platform to nurture talent skill and professionalism.

In order to succeed in motorcycle sport the training possibilities are vital (Nita Korhonen, 2011). Statistics clearly show that training possibilities study affect the outcome of producing young talents and world champions. Italy with a lot of circuits and training club or academy produce many road racing champions. All the six most successful countries in motorcycle sports offer good practising space for their talents. With Mugello that already hosting road racing championship in the early 1920’s, its showing that Italy has provide complete training facilities and competition long through the

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