Abu Dhabi's luxurious Circuit, Yas Marina, will crawl into the competitive arena of MotoGP motorcycle racing competition. It is predicted that the circuit will join the MotoGP calendar from 2012 or 2013 season.
'We are neccessary a little extra time to develop it and then in 2013, we were able to enter the MotoGP calendar, which would be an ideal situation"
- Richard Cregan
"Huge decision for us is whether we will participate (the first time in the MotoGP event) in 2012 or 2013 season," revealed from the statement of brilliant Yas Marina Circuit boss Richard Cregan, to The National ae
"We look forward in 2013 to become the organizer of MotoGP. So, there is some breathing room for us to develop what we have started, such as schools (racing) as well as drag racing and NHRA license (National Hot Rod Association).
"We need a little extra time to develop it and then in 2013 we were able to enter the MotoGP calendar, which would be an ideal situation."
Yas Marina Circuit is built to Formula One racing cars and tracks for the first time to host the grand prix of four wheels in 2009.
Yas Marina still be the only race in the F1 calendar, which begins before sunset, so that still use natural lighting and ended with a race under the lights at night alias.
The amazing circuit has many different configurations, but it still need some changes to safety in MotoGP. However, a track that could incorporate modifications can be complicated by changes to help increase the chance of overtaking in F1.
To date, Qatar became the only circuit in the Middle East who entered the MotoGP calendar. Also, the race at the Losail Circuit is the only one who performed at night. Losail Circuit has also revealed the interest to host F1.