Bei der Organisation und Durchführung der MotoGP Weltmeisterschaft sind die folgenden Verbände, Unternehmen und Interessengruppen die Wichtigsten:


Die FIM (Fédération Internationale de Motorcyclisme) ist der Dachverband aller Motorradsportarten der Welt und damit auch der Dachverband für die MotoGP Weltmeisterschaft. Die FIM steht über den 112 ihr angeschlossenen Nationalen Motorsport Verbänden in sechs kontinentalen Vereinigungen.


IRTA (International Road-Racing Teams Association) was formed in 1986 and is the association of all the Grand Prix teams, representing their collective voice in the decision-making process. The organisation works alongside the FIM and Dorna to maintain high standards within MotoGP™, and improve the sport overall.


Dorna Sports is the company at the heart of MotoGP™ that administrates and organises all Grands Prix. The company manages all commercial aspects of the sport and organises each event, with responsibilities ranging from marketing, media services, security, time-keeping and sponsorship co-ordination to TV production and promotion.


Die MSMA (Motorcycle Sports Manufacturers’ Association) ist der Zusammenschluss und die Interessenvertretung aller im Motorradrennsport involvierten Hersteller.


Representatives from three of the bodies mentioned above form the Race Direction team at each Grand Prix, with this group of people having responsibility for such decisions as declaring race conditions dry or wet. Race Direction is comprised of a representative from the FIM, Dorna, and IRTA.

Grand Prix Commission

The Grand Prix Commission - composed of Carmelo Ezpeleta (Dorna, Chairman), Ignacio Verneda (FIM Executive Director, Sport), Hervé Poncharal (IRTA) and Takanao Tsubouchi (MSMA) - has the authority to make changes to the Road Racing World Championship Grand Prix Regulations (the rules of MotoGP™).