FIM MOTOGP WORLD CHAMPIONSHIP
The season consists of 19 rounds across a total of 16 countries along four continents, showcasing the world's fastest riders in three different categories that include Moto3, Moto2 and MotoGP-the premier class of motorcycling.
Breathtaking races, charismatic and daring riders, an unrivaled history and global television coverage generate an unparalleled global reach for the MotoGP championship. This international exposure attracts advertising and sponsorship from numerous globally recognized brands.
MotoGP advertising and sponsorship offer significant exposure and return on investment, which can contribute significantly to achieving specific business objectives, as demonstrated by the many long-term partners associated with the World Championship.
The premier class, MotoGP, enjoys a large following now between live TV broadcasts, streaming, web videos and photos , lots of photos. On the web, the visibility of the brand is endless. Instagram, Facebook, Youtube and Twitter, just to give examples, are the most used social networks by teams and riders and often take on incredible dimensions.
Entering MotoGP with the premier class, MotoGP, means associating your brand with international entities such as Petronas, Michelin, Monster Energy, Red Bull, Repsol, Pramac and Lenovo just to name a few.
Significant investment to be associated with the prestigious MotoGP. Sponsorship must be studied, activated and monitored constantly.
MotoGP teams have majestic hospitalityfacilities inside the MotoGP paddock fostering excellent B2B opportunities and unique experiencesfortheir partners and customers.
MotoGP is great for companies targeting international market segments. With pre-established sponsorship programs, great results can be achieved.
Many activities can be activated such as photo shooting, meet&greet, corporate events with showbikes and riders, rider interviews, promotional videos.
A total of 2017 countries and territories received live or delayed programming on the same day as the 19 Grand Prix in 2018, with a total of 31,525 broadcast hours.
There were 9,454 accredited media representatives from 66 countries; an average of 498 professionals attended each event.
These ever-increasing figures underscore the success and continued interest in growth in MotoGP around the world.