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100,000 fans respond to Global MotoGP Fan Survey

100,000 fans respond to Global MotoGP Fan Survey
July 14, 2022

Launched by Dorna Sports and Motorsport Network on the 16th of June, the 2022 Global MotoGP™ Fan Survey has now drawn to a close, attracting an incredible response from fans across the world.

After nearly four weeks, 100,000 fans have responded to the world’s largest MotoGP™ survey.

The fan survey was available in 15 languages across Motorsport Network’s flagship website and motorcycle platforms – gaining truly global reach.

Fans sent in their thoughts on a wide range of topics, including viewing habits, onsite experience and content consumption; opinions about future changes to improve the sport and insights into key issues beyond the racetrack. There were also questions on fan engagement and the growth of gaming and eSports, as well as favourite riders, teams and racetracks.

Dorna and Motorsport Network would like to thank all those who took part in the survey and made it such a success. The key findings are set to be announced in September, with data analysis from Nielsen Sports.

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