Valencia will be hosting MotoGP season finale till 2021 as it signs a fresh deal to extend the contract. The Spanish circuit has been the part of MotoGP ever since it opened in 1999.
The new deal was announced by the local government on Tuesday in an event with the CEO of MotoGP promoter Dorna, Carmelo Ezpeleta. Ezpeleta said that they are thrilled that MotoGP will return To Valencia for the next five years.
He added that the new deal is a great development for MotoGP, Comunitat Valenciana and for both the fans of regional and around the globe. The Circuit Ricardo Tormo has always provided some memorable moments at the end of the season.
New contracts have also been signed for Argentina (2019), Australia (‘26), Germany (‘21), Czech Republic (‘20), San Marino (‘20) and Dutch TT (‘26) races. MotoGP's final race, the Valencia GP is held on November 11 to 13, the last race of the current deal. The winter testing will begin from Tuesday after the race at Valencia race track.