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MotoGP official website launched in Dutch and Portuguese

MotoGP official website launched in Dutch and Portuguese

MotoGP official website launched in Dutch and Portuguese

The official website of the MotoGP World Championship, www.motogp.com, is now available in seven languages thanks to the launch of Dutch and Portuguese versions on February 3rd. Adding to English, Spanish, Italian, French and Japanese, the Dutch and Portuguese versions will extend the appeal of the website to an even larger audience in 2004, building on record figures in 2003.

Users interested in receiving the Newsletter in one of these new languages can do so by selecting options on the home page. Once registered as a user you only have to click ‘Additional information' and choose the language in which you would like the daily contents of Motogp.com to be electronically delivered to your PC.

The website received more than 34 million visits in 2003, with over 10 million unique visitors. This figure is set to rise again in 2004 with the MotoGP World Championship set for another stellar year. Valentino Rossi's switch to Yamaha from Honda, the consolidation of rival factories such as Ducati and Kawasaki in their second year in the series and the arrival of World Superbike Champion Neil Hodgson has all contributed to increased expectation ahead of the new season, which fans will be able to follow like never before at www.motogp.com.

As well as the seven languages now online, a completely new-look version of the site is set to be launched during the official MotoGP tests at Catalunya in March. The new site will continue to provide extensive multimedia content complemented in the seven languages by comprehensive written features including race reports, rider interviews, statistics and profiles, expert opinion and technical data.

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MotoGP, 2003

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