The support of these partners is greatly appreciated and has already allowed us to realise some of our many projects.

Founded in 1988, Dorna Sports became organiser of the FIM Road Racing World Championship Grand Prix (MotoGP™) in 1991 and has been the exclusive commercial and television rights holder. Based in Madrid, Spain, with subsidiaries in Barcelona and Rome, the company is a leader in sports management, marketing and media, and has seen continued growth over the years; expanding its focus from solely MotoGP™ to include other leading motorcycle racing championships across the globe.

Those now include the MOTUL FIM Superbike World Championship (WorldSBK), the Finetwork FIM JuniorGP™, the Idemitsu Asia Talent Cup and the Honda British Talent Cup, with the new Northern Talent Cup becoming the latest path on the Road to MotoGP™ in 2020. Dorna has also been co-organiser of the Red Bull MotoGP™ Rookies Cup since its inception in 2007, and in 2019 the FIM Enel MotoE™ World Cup began, an all-new electric series racing at a number of Grands Prix throughout the season.

Warner Bros. Discovery (WBD) Sports Europe represents WBD’s portfolio of sports brands, channels, and platforms in Europe. It collectively reaches 130 million people every month, engaging fans and broad audiences in more than 200 markets and in 20 languages across all platforms where consumers are spending time: free-to-air TV, pay-tv, streaming, online and social.

WBD Sports Europe includes the much-loved consumer brands Eurosport, Global Cycling Network (GCN), Global Mountain Bike Network (GMBN), Golf Digest and TNT Sports in the UK and Ireland, as well sports programming and content on WBD’s free-to-air TV networks and streaming on discovery+ and Max from Spring 2024 in an initial 22 markets. They connect audiences with the greatest sporting events in the world. This includes being the Home of the Olympics Games in Europe; tennis’ Grand Slams; cycling’s Grand Tours, more than 600 cycling broadcasts per year, the UCI Track Champions League, the UCI Mountain Bike World Series; the PGA TOUR year-round in some markets; The Ocean Race; the Snooker World Tour; the ABB FIA Formula E World Championship; the FIM Speedway GP, Speedway of Nations and Speedway World Cup; and every major winter sports World Championship and World Cup event.

WBD Sports Europe completes a full 360° offer with its Events management and promotion division, which oversees 35+ events across four global championships each year and has achieved the ISO20121 certification for sustainability of event management practices.

Established originally in 2002 by Mr Giuseppe Luongo, the funder of modern Motocross with over 40 years of experience in the sport, and currently led by Mr David Luongo, Youthstream then became Infront Moto Racing in 2019 when it was acquired by Infront, a leading sports marketing company. Infront Moto Racing is in charge of the exclusive television, marketing, and promotional rights for a range of prestigious motorcycle racing championships worldwide: from the renowned FIM Motocross World Championship to the exhilarating FIM Motocross of Nations, FIM Women’s Motocross World Championship, FIM Snowcross World Championship and beyond, Infront Moto Racing has been at the forefront of managing these iconic events. The Infront Moto Racing sports portfolio is completed by FIM Europe Motocross and Snowcross Championships, including the FIM Europe Motocross of European Nations.

Infront Moto Racing maintained its steadfast commitment to delivering top-tier motocross experiences. With decades of experience in the industry, Infront Moto Racing has solidified its position as a driving force in motocross, drawing global attention to the thrilling FIM Motocross World Championship and organizing the prestigious FIM Motocross of Nations, a landmark event now in its 77th edition. Continuing to be at the forefront of innovations and development, Infront Moto Racing has announced the creation of an all-electric European Championship starting from 2026.