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Eurosport India from the house of Warner Bros. Discovery has retained the broadcasting rights to MotoGP for the next three years, from 2024 to 2026. This comes as a continuation of their initial rights which they secured in the year 2020 which was up until 2022.

The Honourable Union Minister of Information and Broadcast, Mr Anurag Singh Thakur has stated that he is excited that MotoGP will continue to broadcast in India. He also stated that this is a testament to a good appreciation of international motorsports in India.

A further addition was made by the general manager of South Asia Warner Bros. Discovery, Mr. Arjun Nowhar who stated that they are eager in anticipation for the second MotoGP Bharat race later this year.

Eurosport India also has broadcasting rights over several other motorsports including NASCAR, Bennetts British SuperBikes, DTm and W-series.

MotoGP Bharat Grand Prix 2023 was held at the Buddh International Circuit in Greater Noida during the third week of September last year, featuring 82 riders from 41 teams, the event took place over three days for MotoGP, Moto 2 and Moto 3.