Jakarta, EN runganSport — MotoGP is the most racing two wheel racing scene in the eyes of the world community, even far beat a similar competition, World Superbike.
For the Asian region, MotoGP is even able to match the popularity of car racing, Formula 1.
MotoGP is very popular in the Asian region, especially in Southeast Asia with Indonesia being the majority of the most enthusiastic fans.
Another only with in Europe, F1 is far superior to MotoGP in terms of audience interest.
Indonesia is the biggest contributor to the number of MotoGP world viewers, even the Spaniard Jorge Lorenzo admits that he is more famous in Indonesia than in his home country.
There are many riders who visit Indonesia for the promotion of their manufacturers and sponsors, most of them are shocked and touched by the fan friendliness in Indonesia.
All the drivers who came to Indonesia were amazed by the support of the fans, they felt like the meaning of the top world if already in Indonesia, which is in fact always invaded by fans.
Here are ten cities in the world with the biggest MotoGP fans collected from Google Trends data in the last 12 months.
1. Makassar, Indonesia / 100
Makassar City is the capital of South Sulawesi province. Makassar is the largest metropolitan city in eastern Indonesia and has in the past been the capital of the State of East Indonesia and the province of Sulawesi.
2. Medan, Indonesia / 85
Medan City is the capital of North Sumatra province, Indonesia. The city is the third largest city in Indonesia after Jakarta and Surabaya, as well as the largest city outside of Java Island.
3. Bologna, Italy / 77
Bologna is the capital of Regione Emilia-Romagna located in the central part of Italy. The population numbered 367,000 inhabitants
4. Surabaya, Indonesia / 77
The city of Surabaya is the capital of East Java Province, Indonesia, as well as the largest metropolitan city in the province. Surabaya is the second largest city in Indonesia after Jakarta.
5. Florence, Italy / 68
Florence or Firenze is the capital of the province of Florence, the Tuscany region of Central Italy. Split by the Arno River, at the foot of the Apennine hills, the city has a population of 400,000 people.
6. Milan, Italy / 68
Milan is a major city to the north of Italy, and is located on a stretch of Lombardy, the most developed region of Italy.
7. Palembang, Indonesia / 64
Palembang is the capital of South Sumatra province. Palembang is the second largest city in Sumatra after Medan.
8. Jakarta, Indonesia / 56
The Special Capital Region of Jakarta is the capital city of the country and largest city in Indonesia. Jakarta is the only city in Indonesia that has a provincial level status. Jakarta is located on the northwest coast of Java Island.
9. Turin,Italy / 55
Torino is an industrial city, including a business and cultural center in the north-west of Italy, the capital of the Piemonte region and situated on the western bank of the Po River.
10. Bandung, Indonesia / 51
Bandung is the largest metropolitan city in West Java province, as well as being the capital of the province. (DN/eV)