MXGP of China, Shanghai – Presented to National Media

The 5th stop of the 2019 FIM Motocross World Championship will be held in suburban Fenxian District of Shanghai, China on May 1st, marking it the first time that Shanghai will host an off-road racing event. The event, that will be broadcasted LIVE, was presented to both local and national media who together reach a massive audience.

Bing Li, a famous TV host, presented the conference alongside guests, Bill Ni (President of H&H Sports), Frank Zhu (Vice president of H&H Sports), Ming Ni (Vice president of H&H Sports) among other MXGP of China partners in attendance who had the chance to share their commitment to the event and the pride of hosting the first ever MXGP event in China.

“Compared to Formula 1, it is not just about the speed, but also the performance and interest. People will see riders jumping with speed and there are many things to see, and they are unpredictable.” Said by Frank Zhu (Vice President)

“The Motocross World Championship was already popular in other countries back in the 1990s. Even though the name of the championship has changed, the essence of it has not. I am very glad that people in Shanghai will get the chance to see a live race, to feel the sound, speed, and competitiveness of motocross.” Said by Li Bing (The famous Host)

Currently the organizer H&H Sports is focused on creating the best international off-road circuit in Shanghai, as well as in China. Meanwhile, all the facilities around the circuit will be supported by the local Government. Furthermore, representatives from Youthstream have already made their inspections underlining the great cooperation with the local organizer, which is the key of the success.

Copyright: Photo: H&H Sports Protection

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