There are promising indicators for the return of two-wheel action to the Macau Grand Prix.
Due to knock on effects of the Covid-19 pandemic, lengthy quarantine measures on arrival for racers, teams, the Macau Motorcycle GP has been absent since 2019.
With just over two months till the latest Guia Circuit extravaganza commences, Macau Sports Bureau President Pun Weng Kun, multiple event insiders are stating with confidence that bike racing will return in November.
Pending everything working out, expect a selection of the world’s best international road racers embarking upon one of pure road racing’s ‘Majors’.
The most recent Guia Circuit race voyage for roads giants in 2019 proved challenging to say the least, with a spate of red flags after multi rider incidents.
Michael Rutter went onto be declared race winner, his ninth success at Asia’s no.1 pure road race.
World’s fastest road racer Peter Hickman, recent Classic Superbike Manx GP rostrum finisher David Johnson finalised the top three finishers.
Photo credit: ID/Sports Bureau of Macao SAR Government
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