We don't even have a "single" racer in the MotoGP series, WSBK series, or even AMA/BSB and you guys are talking about bringing a series home? To Pakistan... not going to happen.
This stuff needs to start from the bare minimum ground level - say maybe start a series of races on a small go kart track in Lahore/Karachi/Islamabad on small 50cc-70cc bikes like the Honda NSR50. We do have some big go kart tracks that could easily accomodate that kind of club racing.
Once the club racing takes off - the organization can maybe invest in a bigger track and get teh 250cc-600cc bikes out there and see how that goes.
We have enough money and talent in Pakistan to harness a whole club racing series - its just a matter of years and someone devoted to the sport enough to do it.
All major GP countries (Spain, Italty, USA, Britain...) have series starting with Pocket Bikes, then minis (50cc-150cc), then big bikes... once you get enough of your country's riders into major series, then you can consider bringing the GP to your home country...
Unforunately I don't see that happening in the next 10 years or so...
- Signed, "licensed" Pakistani club racer in CMRA and TMGP. (USA)