By Amlan Chakraborty NEW DELHI, India, Nov 23 (Reuters) - The promoters of India's inaugural Formula One Grand Prix in 2011 are in talks with MotoGP bosses to bring the world motorcycling championship to the country, a company spokesman said on Tuesday. "We are negotiating with Dorna Sports (MotoGP commercial rightholders) to bring MotoGP to India but it's quite an early stage and we have not reached a deal yet," a Jaypee Sports International spokesman told Reuters. The 5.14 km track ...
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