GoPro to take top billing at Aragon GP

The Official Action Camera of MotoGP™ will title sponsor the race weekend at MotorLand in 2024

GoPro, Inc. can now be confirmed as the title sponsor of the 2024 Aragon GP! When MotoGP™ returns to MotorLand from the 30th of August to the 1st of September, the event will be officially named the Gran Premio GoPro de Aragon.

Thanks to the Official Action Camera of MotoGP™, on-site fans and customers will have opportunities to interact with GoPro products and staff throughout the race weekend. Broadcast and online viewers will get new, incredibly high-resolution perspectives, including a multi-angle HERO12 Black camera on-board lap preview of the Aragon circuit and some of the world’s most exciting racing action.

“We’re excited to welcome GoPro as title sponsor for Aragon,” said Marc Saurina, Head of Global Commercial Partnerships at Dorna Sports. “Our partnership with GoPro underscores our commitment to bringing fans closer to the action and delivering all that the 75th anniversary season of MotoGP has to offer, from thrilling races and intense competition to astonishing and unforgettable moments.”


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“We’re excited to be back at MotoGP and are counting the days until the riders line up on the starting grid for the Gran Premio GoPro de Aragon,” said GoPro Vice President of Global Marketing and Communications, Rick Loughery. “We look forward to showcasing MotoGP in new and exciting ways – from delivering thrilling on-board POV to sharing GoPro camera tips and tricks trackside at events – it’s all about engaging with fans and enhancing their MotoGP experience.”

In August 2023, GoPro was named the official action camera of MotoGP™ in an exclusive, multi-year contract ensuring that GoPro content will be shared across MotoGP™’s social media and digital channels, including a GoPro on-board lap preview of each track. The GoPro brand will also be featured trackside throughout the entire 2024 season and beyond, reaching a digital audience of more than 140 million across MotoGP’s digital ecosystem and nearly half a billion homes thanks to the sport’s global television coverage.

GoPro is the ultimate motorsports camera, with the mounting versatility and ruggedness to capture unique perspectives and impossible angles. GoPro's award-winning HyperSmooth video stabilization and durable, waterproof design deliver immersive motorcycle racing footage, even in the most challenging conditions. And recently, GoPro acquired Sydney, Australia-based Forcite Helmet Systems, a pioneer in embedding technology into helmets, and plans to bring enhanced performance and safety to various types of helmets, starting with motorcycle helmets.

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