OR Thailand MotoGP Grand Prix Returns to Buri Ram’s Chang International Circuit

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The eagerly awaited OR Thailand MotoGP Grand Prix is set to make a thrilling comeback at the renowned Chang International Circuit in Buri Ram province. From October 27 to 29, racing enthusiasts can look forward to an action-packed weekend as the event returns for its fourth edition at the circuit.

During a press conference held on July 5, Gongsak Yodmani, Governor of the Sports Authority of Thailand (SAT), and Buri Ram Governor Chaiwat Chunthiraphong expressed their excitement about hosting this prestigious event. They highlighted the continuous efforts of the organizing committee to enhance the event, drawing from their successful track record of hosting the previous three MotoGP races.

Tanaisiri Chanwittayarom, Managing Director of Chang International Circuit, also mentioned the ongoing improvements being made to the racetrack, ensuring an exhilarating experience for motorsport enthusiasts.

In the current 2023 MotoGP season, Francesco Bagnaia of Ducati leads the world championship standings with 194 points, followed by Jorge Martin of Ducati-Pramac with 159 points and Marco Bezzecchi of Ducati-VR46 with 158 points.

Organizers have announced that tickets for the event are now available for purchase at 7-Eleven stores or through www.allticket.com. Fans have a variety of seating options to choose from, including the Grand Stand, Marquez Stand, Quartararo Stand, Chantra Stand, and Side Stand.

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