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It stands for Grand Prix motorcycle road racing. It is sanctioned by the Federation Internationale de motorcycles. MotoGP events have been since the early 20th century. Typically, there are around 19 races all around the world with a season. That goes from March until November.


MotoGP is the oldest motorsport world championship. Its 1st annual competition was held in 1949. The first formal championship was held in 1949. In 2002, the world championships were rebranded as MotoGP. It also brought the introduction to 990cc racing. It is the type of engine that allowed the bike to travel much faster.

MotoGP Track Surface

The surface is made of smooth pavement that will allow the riders to go at a fast pace hopefully without losing control. During creating the surface, it is most important to make sure that it can prevent water from staying on the track. If the track is soaking wet and contains a lot of standing water after showers. Then that could force a cancellation of the event to protect the safety of the riders.

MotoGP Gameplay

Each MotoGP race is a sprint from start to finish for about 45 minutes. Points for the Grand Prix motorcycle race are rewarded to the top 15 riders. The distance ranges from 13 to 100 kilometers. The winner of the MotoGP race will get 25 points while the 2nd and place finishers will get 20 and 15 points. The 15th finisher will get one point.

During a race, the rider may have to make pit stops for his team to do repairs on things like fuel or tires.


MotoGP Equipment

Equipment for Moto GP riders has numerous protective elements. This sport brings on a lot of risks. Therefore safety is the 1st priority. Rain is an additional element of risk that requires each device to be adjusted for the safety of the riders.

MotoGP riders can’t compete or train without

we at ZARROON are a manufacturer and supplier of MotoGP ACCESSORIES LIKE

  • Helmet
  • Airbag
  • Elbow Pads
  • Body Armour
  • Knee Pads
  • Gloves
  • Boots
  • Race suit

We are providing all these types of equipment. Our all safety types of equipment are internationally proven. Our some types of equipment specifications.

MotoGP Gloves

  • Moto GP racer gloves feature full-grain leather construction for abrasion and tear resistance.
  • Carbon Knuckle protection
  • It contains reinforcement between the left glove thumb and pointer finger
  • Dual compound carbon protector with air intakes and also exhaust port for cooling performance.
  • Moto GP racer glove palm, thumb and finger TPU sliders are mounted on play foam. It is strategically positioned for superior impact and abrasion resistance.
  • Pre-curved palm&fingers for form-fitting comfort.
  • Velcro strap wrist closures prevent undesired removal in case of a fall.
  • MotoGP gloves are safely stitched with high-strength nylon thread.

MotoGP Boots

  • Moto GP boots are extremely technical.
  • It is developed over a generation of MotoGP racing.
  • Designed for maximum performance
  • Its construction is protective and lightweight.
  • The FCS pivot system brings lateral stability and ankle control.
  • A special compound race sale offers the necessaryfeel&feedback for total control.
  • Comfortable like traditional Forma bloodlines.
  • CE level protection.
  • FCS Pivot design.
  • Air intake system for cooling.
  • Rear buckle and ratchet closure.
  • Air-mesh lining, memory foam, front fastening system, external heel reinforcement
  • Technical race insole
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