Generalitat: "Valencia deserves to be always on the calendar"

In the presentation of the official poster of the GP this year, Josep Miquel Moya, general director of Sport, has defended the presence of Cheste in the World Cup.


The General Director of Sports of the Generalitat, Jose Miquel Moya, has opted for the continuity of the Grand Prix of the Valencian Community in the World Cup calendar before the possibility of an alternation between the circuits of the Iberian Peninsula from 2022 "Valencia deserves to be always on the calendar. 2 We currently have signed until 2021, so we have two years to go talking," he explained during the presentation of the official poster of the Grand Prix this year.

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"We gathered the right conditions and we have the prestige that we have won in organizing the previous grand prizes to be able to negotiate that Valencia is always on the calendar, "Moya defended. "In that we will work, we have a prestigious trajectory, we also have other elements that differentiate us such as the Cradle of Champions, which nourishes pilots to the World Cup, which is an argument that we must put on the table," he added. 444444

On the other hand, the regional secretary of Culture and Sports, Raquel Tamarit, highlighted the Valencian tradition in the world of motorcycling. 2 In addition, he wished "the best luck to all the riders participating in the Grand Prix" and entrusted the Valencian riders with the work of "spread the importance of the Cradle of Champions, the Circuit school" .

Presentation of the official poster of the GP

The Ricardo Tormo circuit today presented the official poster of the 21st edition of the Motul Grand Prix of the Valencian Community that this year has the pilots Marc Márquez and Valentino Rossi as protagonists of a virtual competition in the style of the videogames of the nineties, d each wherein the circuit is opened. Fans have chosen this poster, the work of the Valencian agency Rodando, after a contest on the Circuit website in which more than 4,000 people participated.

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The official event was attended by the General Director of Sport of the Generalitat, Josep Miquel Moya; the regional secretary of Culture and Sports, Raquel Tamarit; the general director of the Circuit Gonzalo Gobert; as well as the pilots Aron Canet, Jorge Navarro and Héctor Garzó. Gobert brought forward the news of the 21st edition of the Grand Prix that goes through renewed accesses, improvements in the camping area and, on the sports plane, the celebration for the first time of two MotoE races. The World Cup of Electric Motorcycles, which will hold races on Saturday afternoon and Sunday morning, will decide its first champion in Cheste with the Valencian Héctor Garzó involved in the fight for the title.



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