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One of the most well-known and spectacular venue for motor bike races, Indianapolis is place that has history dating way back to the year 1909. It was then that the first motorbike race was held and the hype was created. The event that took place around a century ago could not be completed due to certain restraints at the time. But this did not let down the bike racing lovers of the area which is why in the year 2008 it was truly recognized due to Red Bull Indianapolis Moto GP.
The popular Brickyard is the place where races would take place long before Red Bull Indianapolis Moto GP arrived to create some high adrenaline action in the very same historical place. The layout meant for bikes to carry out their races on is reminiscent to the layout of the tracks that are meant for the F1 US Grand Prix. This includes features such as an anticlockwise run on a sixteen turn and a road circuit of 2.621 miles that also houses the very famous oval which is a portion of the Speedway. There is also an area that arises between turn one and two of the oval area that happens before moving way through the never ending insides of the very famous IMS.
The race involves a total of twenty seven laps to be covered by the bikers. When calculated, the total distance sums up to around a hundred and fourteen kilometers.
The racers are almost daredevils who never fail to thrill their fans eagerly monitoring every split second without the blink of an eye. Some outstanding riders include Nicky Hayden, Valentino Rossi and Collin Edwards. Thrilling moves with their bikes during races always make the Red Bull Indianapolis Moto GP tickets in great demand. The electrifying moves that excite spectators include historical stunts such as the riders’ knees skimming against the very tip of the track while tilting their bikes up to sixty degrees in most edgiest of turns and riskiest of areas along the racing track.
To top it all, the rider Alex De Angelis is a record holder who wrote Moto GP history. He was the only biker who managed to complete two hundred miles per hour in the middle of a race on the front straightaway.
Even though the Red Bull Indianapolis Moto GP is a later addition to the three IMS events that take place, fans have instantly shown interest in the occasion by always searching for Indiana tickets.
Winners that have made it big during races in the past decade are Dani Pedrosa, Nicolas Terol, Toni Elias, Marcos Marquez, Pol Espargaro, Marco Simoncelli, Luis Salom, Casey Stoner and Jorge Lorenzo.
The legendary Indy track is one that should not be missed. All sports fans should know that the Red Bull Indianapolis Moto GP is a racing event not to let go or even watch alone within the comfort of your home on television. The races are always fun to attend with great friends who are as excited as you are.