Global Series Round 3

Misano World Circuit Marco Simoncelli
Length 4.2 km
2.63 miles
Corners 6 - 10
Left - Right
Width 14 m
45.93 ft.
Longest straight 530 m
1738.85 ft.

About the circuit

The Third Round of the 2020 MotoGP™ eSport Global Series comes from the seaside setting of Misano on Italy’s sunny Riviera, where the 11 fastest gamers in the world will take on the tight, twisty layout as they bid to become the 2020 MotoGP™ eSport Champion!

Race One takes place on the famous Misano World Circuit Marco Simoncelli. Close to the city of Rimini, the Misano Adriático circuit was constructed in 1972 and has since undergone an array of modifications. A regular scene for Italian Grands Prix throughout the 80s and early 90s, Misano returned to the MotoGP calendar in 2007.

With updated facilities, track and grandstands, the Misano Adriatico holds a maximum capacity of 60,000 spectators. In accordance with MotoGP safety regulations, the 4,200m track runs clockwise for the World Championship races.

Tight, narrow and with few long straights, the Misano World Circuit Marco Simoncelli tests the gamer’s concentration skills like no other.

On Friday 11th September a special show will be broadcasted live worldwide across MotoGP™ eSport Channels (YouTube, Facebook and Twitter) plus motogp.com and key MotoGP™ Broadcasters. All races will be held on Lenovo Legion™ PC but every gamer will be able to play with their preferred gamepad.

Phillip Island
Length 4.4 km
2.76 miles
Corners 7 - 5
Left - Right
Width 13 m
42.65 ft.
Longest straight 900 m
2952.76 ft.

About the circuit

Race Three at Round Three is held on Australia’s glorious Phillip Island circuit, a well-known rider’s favourite where the world’s fastest 11 gamers have to conquer some of the most ferociously fast corners in world motorsport.

Phillip Island, the self-styled home of Australian motorsport, is steeped in motor racing tradition, with the first car races having been held there on public roads in the 1920s. The first motorcycle races took place in 1931 and a permanent track was built in 1956.

The circuit fell into disrepair during the late 70s and early 80s until it was bought in 1985 and given a AUS $5m facelift. MotoGP returned in 1989 and 1990 before becoming a regular fixture once more from 1997 onwards.

The Phillip Island circuit is blessed with breathtaking scenery and beautiful ocean views and, as one of the fastest, most fluid, tracks on the calendar, it continues to provide some of the most spectacular racing in the MotoGP season.

On Friday 11th September a special show will be broadcasted live worldwide across MotoGP™ eSport Channels (YouTube, Facebook and Twitter) plus motogp.com and key MotoGP™ Broadcasters. All races will be held on Lenovo Legion™ PC but every gamer will be able to play with their preferred gamepad.

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