Italian MotoGP followed seven other races, which had to be canceled. Here are the remaining races in the 2020 MotoGP provisional schedule.
The coronavirus pandemic has disrupted international sports tournaments, including MotoGP. The Italian series became the last series to be announced on Wednesday (6/10/2020).
Italy 2020 MotoGP was originally scheduled for May 31 but was later postponed while looking for a new schedule. However, in the end, the solution was not found so FIM, IRTA, and Dorna Sports announced the cancellation of the race at Mugello.
Thus, the 2020 MotoGP mat only leaves a maximum of 12 races, with three of them still in a postponed status.
Dorna Sports CEO Carmelo Ezpeleta said that the new calendar will release in the middle of this week. All races to be held are ensured in private or without spectators.
Here is the provisional calendar for MotoGP 2020
9 August – Czech Republic
16 August – Austria
13 September – San Marino
27 September – Aragon
4 October – Thailand
1 November – Malaysia
15 November – United States
22 November – Argentina
29 November – Valencia
Canceled MotoGP races
Qatar MotoGP (only displays Moto2 and Moto3 classes)
Japanese MotoGP – Italian MotoGP
MotoGP racing with postponed status
Spain (Jerez), canceled on May – 3
France canceled on May – 17
Catalunya canceled on June – 7
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