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Dorna Sports is an international sports management, marketing and media company, founded in 1988. The organisation has its headquarters in Madrid, with further branch-offices and/or subsidiaries in Barcelona, Rome, Amsterdam and Tokyo. The company’s main shareholders are funds managed by Bridgepoint Capital and The Canadian Pension Plan Investment Board.

Dorna has been the exclusive commercial and television rights holder for the FIM Road Racing World Championship Grand Prix (MotoGP™) since 1992. With 64 years of history, MotoGP™ is the pinnacle of motorcycle racing and is Dorna’s main focus.

The company expanded in September 2012, with the acquisition of the eni FIM Superbike World Championship (SBK™), bringing the world’s two class-leading motorcycle racing series under one roof. Dorna also oversees the FIM CEV Repsol International Championship and the Red Bull MotoGP Rookies Cup, which promotes the development of the next generation of riding talent.

In 2013 Dorna announced another important feeder series to the world of motorcycle racing in the form of the Shell Advance Asia Talent Cup. With the motorcycle culture developing rapidly in countries such as Malaysia, Indonesia, Vietnam, Thailand, India, The Philippines and China, alongside Japan’s already rich and historic involvement in the sport, this latest project aims to give riders from the Asian region a strong stepping stone into on-track competition. Racing in the new series will commence in 2014.

The company also markets Ad-Time, a rotating and LED advertising board system, mainly in Japan and Spain - using it in volleyball, baseball, basketball and football (soccer).