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HJC switches MotoGP title rights from France to Germany

Korean motorcycle helmet brand HJC has signed as title sponsor of the German MotoGP in 2019 and 2020 – extending its title presence in MotoGP to five years.

HJC was previously title partner of the 2016 Czech MotoGP, and the 2017 and 2018 French MotoGPs.

It currently sponsors three racers on the MotoGP grid – Andrea Iannone (Factory Suzuki) Jonas Folger (Monster Tech 3 Yamaha) and Mika Kallio (Red Bull KTM) –  along with four riders in Moto2 and three in Moto3.

The first HJC Helmets Motorrad Grand Prix Deutschland will take place at Sachsenring on July 7, 2019.

HJC is the first helmet company to title sponsor a MotoGP calendar race event.

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