MotoGP will make its debut in India this weekend where it will become the
31st country to host at least one GP. The Buddh International Circuit will become the 75th circuit used for at least one race in the premium class. No MotoGP rider has ever raced here and the track is unknown terrain for everyone.
According to the Brembo technicians who work closely with all 24 premium class riders, the Indian track is one of the most demanding circuits for brakes. On a scale of 1 to 6
we estimate a difficulty index of 6, equal to one of the most challenging tracks in the world championship, such as the Motegi circuit where Moto GP will race on the first Sunday in October.