As we reported earlier, it is confirmed that India would be one of the countries to host World Superbike Championship in 2013. The event will take place in the Buddh International Circuit, owned by Jaypee Group. The circuit that already proved its excellence in F1 championship this year had stolen the admiration of FÃ©dÃ©ration Internationale de Motocyclisme (FIM) to print one of its places as Delhi in 2013 World Superbike Championship calender.
"We are extremely happy to announce that besides holding the Formula 1 and FIA GT1 motor racing series, we will also hold a thrilling motorcycle race, World Superbike Championship, at BIC early next year" said Sameer Gaur, MD and CEO of JPSI (Jaypee Sports International).
As the exact date is yet to be officially announced, the choice is none other than to patiently wait. "After meeting the promoters of Jaypee Group last year, I got the feeling that I was dealing with highly professional and powerful corporate house which will guarantee the organization of a successful race in India, even though the Buddh International Circuit was under construction. This impression was indeed confirmed from the outcome of the Formula 1 race held in October 2011 last year which turned out to be the best race of the 2011 season. We are sure that the FIM Superbike World Championship will bring added value to BIC, as well as to India and vice versa . It will also deliver value to all the automobile companies supporting and following our Championship, a very important opportunity to expand their brands and business in Asia" commented Maurizio Flammini, Chairman of Infront Motor Sports(IMS). IMS is the official sponsor of 2013 World Superbike Championship in India.
Acknowledging the fact that India is the second largest automobile market after China, each and every events and world brands are focussing India. At first it was F1, now it's time up for Superbike World Championship. This would be a good time for all brands who cope up with this event as It could help them to boost their industry.
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