Chang International Circuit Set to Host High-Stakes MotoGP Championship Round
Buriram, Thailand – Motorcycle racing enthusiasts and adrenaline junkies around the world are gearing up for an action-packed weekend as the “OR Thailand Grand Prix 2023” kicks off at the Chang International Circuit in Buriram. Running from October 27 to 29, this highly anticipated event marks the seventeenth round of the 2023 MotoGP World Championship.
The event’s time schedule reveals a series of exciting activities that will keep fans and participants on the edge of their seats throughout the weekend. The Chang International Circuit is no stranger to high-speed thrills and, with the championship’s title race heating up, expectations are through the roof.
Thursday: Press Conferences Set the Stage
Thursday’s pre-race excitement begins with riders fulfilling their media obligations. At 17:00 local time (GMT +7), the first press conference will feature the top three contenders in the championship: Francesco Bagnaia (Ducati Lenovo Team), Jorge Martin (Prima Pramac Racing), and Marco Bezzecchi (Mooney VR46 Racing Team). They’ll provide a sneak peek into what lies ahead for fans.
Following the rider press conference, at 17:35, the team managers will take center stage. Davide Tardozzi (Ducati Lenovo Team), Gino Borsoi (Prima Pramac Racing), and Pablo Nieto (Mooney VR46 Racing Team) will share their insights on the upcoming action, offering a unique perspective on the world of MotoGP.
The focus then shifts to the Moto2 category at 18:00, where Pedro Acosta (Red Bull KTM Ajo), Tony Arbolino (Elf Marc VDS Racing Team), and local hero Somkiat Chantra (Honda Team Asia) will discuss their expectations and strategies for the race.
All of these press conferences will be available for viewers to watch as part of the MotoGP™ GearUP show, hosted by Jack Appleyard and Simon Crafar, who will delve into the biggest stories in the world of MotoGP.
Friday: Track Action Begins
On Friday, the action moves from the press room to the track as Moto3™ takes to the circuit at 09:00 local time. This is where the rubber meets the road, and fans can witness the rising stars of the sport as they compete for glory.
For fans watching from around the world, it’s essential to note that the clocks change on Sunday, which may affect the event’s schedule. Be sure to adjust your viewing times accordingly to avoid missing any of the high-speed action.
The “OR Thailand Grand Prix 2023” promises to be a thrilling weekend of motorcycle racing, with riders battling for championship points and glory on the iconic Chang International Circuit. Whether you’re a dedicated fan or a newcomer to the world of MotoGP, this event is not to be missed. Stay tuned for more updates and enjoy the thrilling spectacle that is MotoGP in Buriram!