A new three-year contract will see the Autódromo
Termas de Rio Hondo, in the province of Santiago del Estero,
Argentina continue to host MotoGP in 2023, 2024 and 2025.
Termas de Rio Hondo first hosted MotoGP in 2014,
creating a new home for the worlds fastest motorcycle racing
Championship in Latin America.
The new agreement between Dorna Sports, the
Argentinean Ministry of Sport and Tourism, the National Institute
of Tourism Promotion in Argentina (Inprotur), and the Government
of Santiago del Estero province, as well as the OSD Group as local
promoter, confirms the future of one of the most vibrant
race weekends on the MotoGP calendar and extends the
collaboration beyond the milestone of a decade.
Lammens, Tourism and Sports Minister, "Few provinces reflect the
synergy between tourism and sport as Santiago del Estero does.
Thats why it fills us with pride to continue hosting MotoGP, an
event with international prestige that will also play an important
role in the economic redevelopment of the region. I want to
congratulate the governor for making tourism and sport key
policies. The national government reaffirms our commitment to accompany this venture that generates both employment and local
Carmelo Ezpeleta, CEO of Dorna
Sports, added, "The three-year contract renewal for the Grand Prix of
Argentina is fantastic news for MotoGP, showing once again the
incredible level of interest in our sport across the territory.
The impressive crowds who flock to the event, and from many
different countries, added to the great feedback from the riders,
proves how vital our presence in Argentina and Latin America truly
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