Saturday, April 23, 2011

will Japan lose chance to hold MotoGP this session?

TOKYO-Series GP-3 is supposed to take place this week in Japan, carried off by the quake and tsunami disaster. Schedule of races was postponed to October, "And there is no substitute for longer if the local committee can not do it," stated by Dorna boss Carmelo Ezpelata.

MotoGP in Japan, is continued by Ezpelata rely heavily on committee decisions. "So, we waited for the local promoter. In any case, they must decide to give up the race this year and there will be no replacement."

In fact, by July there is a national championship and the schedule could be used to MotoGP. "The delegation will be the way to the Japanese MotoGP if there is no guarantee and no worries about radiation. If they let the race to the road, then we are 1,000 percent sure it would be safe,"said Ezpelata.

Vice President of Honda Shuhei Nakamoto revealed the damage caused to the race track caused by the earthquake have been fixed. testing with the motor racing has been done without any problems.

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