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Sunday, August 9, 2015
MotoGP World Championship: Indianapolis
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The first motorsport race which took place at Indy was a motorcycle one on August 14th 1909, on the 2.5 mile oval circuit, and despite its 100-year history it was not until 2008 that MotoGP arrived at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway.
To celebrate the event an intense modification of the layout was undertaken, but without affecting the legendary oval. The layout of the track, which is 4.170km in length and has 16 turns, incorporates the main straight of the famous oval circuit including the Brickyard and an area between turns 1 and 2 of the oval, before meandering through the vast interior of the IMS.

Movistar Yamaha’s Valentino Rossi leads the MotoGP™ standings by 13 points from his teammate Jorge Lorenzo, with the Italian having amassed a total of 179 points so far this year. Rossi is bidding for his tenth World Championship title this season, and will take confidence from the fact that he has never lost out on a premier class championship when he was leading the standings after nine races. Unfortunately for Rossi, Indianapolis is not such a happy hunting ground. Apart from his victory at the inaugural race in 2008, he has only managed to finish on the podium once since, his third placed finish last year. Traditionally the track has been a Honda stronghold, with them having won at the circuit for the last 5 years in a row, but with Yamaha having made big strides with the M1 this season, could we see Rossi back on the top step at Indianapolis?