MotoGP is one of the best-known and most-watched racing series for motorcycles in the world. Since 2018, the Thai MotoGP race has been held every year in Buriram (outside the pandemic). The circuit is a great place to watch a race because of its tricky turns and fast straightaways.
This year, the MotoGP Grand Prix will be held in Thailand at the Chang International Circuit in Buri Ram province from September 27 to October 2. The events of the past year have shown how much the Thais love motorsports. Because 5 months before the Grand Prix, all of the tickets and hotels within 50 km of the course were already sold out.
About 100,000 people will go to MotoGP Thailand Buriram 2023 and the many varied events that go along with it. Buriram is usually a bit sleepy and quiet, but for about 10 days, the bear tap dances around the event. Fans can see and try out the newest bikes and accessories, meet other fans, and find out what’s happening in the world of motorsport.
Race & Program
There is no other place where so many people who like motorsports get together. The race on the Chang International Circuit is known for having a lot of action, a great supporting program, and many parties that people will remember for a long time. Most of the events happen near the track, but things are also happening in town.
The event in eastern Thailand is open to tens of thousands of motorcycle-loving Thais and people from all over the world. When the Honda, Yamaha, Ducati, Suzuki, KTM, and Aprilla teams give it their all at the modern and popular Chang International Circuit, there will be a great atmosphere and loud cheering from the stands, just like at the first MotoGP in Thailand last year.
During the MotoGP weekend, there are concerts by well-known artists, parties, fireworks, and street festivals in Buriram. Near the track, there are also a number of food stands and bars where fans can try Thai dishes and drinks and enjoy the local food.
Buriram, as a city, also has a lot to offer. Temples, museums, parks, and markets that date back to the past can be seen by tourists. Fans can also check out the city’s nightlife, which includes bars, clubs, and discos that are open until late.
The Grand Prix of Thailand has been held in Buriram since last year. It is about 400 km northeast of the capital, Bangkok. The huge facility, which was paid for by the beer company Chang, is 470 hectares big and can hold more than 50,000 people.
The Chang Racing Circuit is brilliant because almost every seat has a 180° view of the 4.5 km course. One of the best parts of the route is the 1 km straight stretch, where cars can go as fast as 330 km/h.
The Buriram International Circuit was built in 2014 and was designed by the German architect Hermann Tilke. This season will be the first time that MotoGPTM will be held there. The city of Buriram is in the province of Buriram. It is about 410 kilometers northeast of Bangkok, which is the country’s capital. Southeast Asia is known for having weather that is usually hot and humid.
Since 2015, the MOTUL FIM Superbike World Championship has been held on the 4.554 km track, which has 12 turns. The state-of-the-art facilities can hold a total of 100,000 people, and there are grandstands all around the track that give spectators amazing views.
Also, Miguel Oliveira won the Thai Grand Prix in 2022. The KTM rider from Portugal won the MotoGP race in Buriram with a total time of 41:44:503. In the very exciting race, Australia’s Jack Miller of the Ducati team came in second, 0.73 seconds behind. Francesco Bagnaia from Team Ducati in Italy made up the third member of the winning team (+1,968).
MotoGP Thailand on TV
All races can be watched live in Germany and Austria on ServusTV or the ServusTV On website. But they haven’t said yet when the exact times will be. When that’s done, we’ll put the times and direct links on this page (set a bookmark).
For our friends in Switzerland, the game will be shown on SRF Sports Live.
In Thailand, the broadcast will be taken over by PPTV HD 36.
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