Global Series Round 4

The Circuit of the Americas
Length 5.5 km
3.43 miles
Corners 11 - 9
Left - Right
Width 15 m
49.21 ft.
Longest straight 1200 m
3937.01 ft.

About the circuit

Fittingly the final Round of the 2021 MotoGP™ eSport Global Series Race one will be held at the glorious Circuit of the Americas, located in Austin (TX).

The Circuit of the Americas is the first purpose-built Grand Prix facility in the U.S. near Austin, Texas, with a 5.513km track and a capacity for 120,000 fans. Construction of the impressive 1000-acre facility was completed late in 2012, with MotoGP lining up at the track for the first time in 2013. One of its more distinctive features is near 41m-elevation change with an impressive incline at the end of the home-straight followed by a sharp left. The circuit is one of the most varied on the GP circuit, with a mix of fast straights and tight hairpins, with most sections mirroring at least some part of a famous track around the world.

It was designed by well-known German architect and circuit designer Hermann Tilke. The driving direction is counter clockwise and has a total of 20 corners with 9 right turns and 11 left turns.

Tune in on Friday 12th of November. Fans can watch on motogp.com and esport.motogp.com, on selected TV broadcasters, and across social media platforms including YouTube (via the MotoGP™ and MotoGP™ eSport channels), MotoGP™ eSport Twitter, Instagram, Facebook (via MotoGP™ and MotoGP™ eSport pages) and Twitch via MotoGP™ and MotoGP™ eSport.

Circuit Ricardo Tormo
Length 4 km
2.49 miles
Corners 9 - 5
Left - Right
Width 12 m
39.37 ft.
Longest straight 876 m
2874.02 ft.

About the circuit

Fittingly the final Round of the 2021 MotoGP™ eSport Global Series is held at the Circuit Ricardo Tormo just outside in Valencia, where the world’s 11 fastest gamers have one final chance to prove they are worthy of the title eSport World Champion.

The Circuito de la Comunitat Valenciana was completed in 1999 and held rounds of the MotoGP and Spanish Motorcycle Championships in the same year. The Cheste track has several layouts, running anti-clockwise with varying lengths.

MotoGP events are held on a 4km track comprising of five right handed corners, nine left handers and a 876m straight. Although the track is regarded as quite small, the pit complex contains 48 garages whilst the stadium style grandstands can seat up to 150,000 spectators.

The circuit layout which allows all parts of the circuit to be seen from any stand helps to create a unique atmosphere enjoyed by Spanish and international riders alike and as the last race of the season there is always a party feeling to the Grand Prix, which was voted best GP of 2005 by IRTA.

Tune in on Friday 12th of November. Fans can watch on motogp.com and esport.motogp.com, on selected TV broadcasters, and across social media platforms including YouTube (via the MotoGP™ and MotoGP™ eSport channels), MotoGP™ eSport Twitter, Instagram, Facebook (via MotoGP™ and MotoGP™ eSport pages) and Twitch via MotoGP™ and MotoGP™ eSport.