A new racing facility in Singapore could host a MotoGP round next year.
Carmelo Ezpeleta, the boss of MotoGP, has met with officials in Singapore to look at safety matters and says things are going “smoothly” with the track at Changi Motorsports Hub.
The four-km track at Changi Motorsports Hub is new and is Singapore’s first permanent race track. It will be ready to host events in the spring.
Ezpeleta says he’ll be ready to discuss terms with Singapore officials, including how soon a MotoGP race can be held there, after the FIM gives its approval.
FIM’s road racing chief is expected to go there at the end of the year to give final approval.