The International Motorcycling Federation (FIM) and Dorna Sports , the organizing company of the competition, have announced the new calendar of the MotoGP world championship , which will have a maximum of 17 races, counting on the one already held for Moto2 and Moto3 in Qatar. .
The return to the circuits will be on July 19 in Jerez and will conclude at the latest on December 13, depending on how the coronavirus pandemic evolves.
All dates and the eventual attendance of spectators will be subject to the evolution of the pandemic and the regulations of the respective governments.
The possibility of contesting qualifying tests of the championship is still maintained, which for now has been awarded a total of fourteen dates, including the one of Qatar on March 8, in the United States (Austin), Argentina (Termas de Río Hondo), Thailand ( Buriram) and Malaysia (Sepang), whose confirmation or cancellation will be known no later than July 31.
The new MotoGP calendar, after all cancellations and cancellations as a consequence of the world pandemic due to the coronavirus, will have seven races in Spain , two at Ángel Nieto in Jerez de la Frontera, two at Motorland Aragón , two at Ricardo Tormo de Valencia and one in Barcelona ; two in Austria (Red Bull Ring of Spielberg), two in Italy (Marco Simoncelli of Misano Adriatico) and one in France (Le Mans) and the Czech Republic (Brno).
The calendar, as of June 11, is as follows:
July 19. GP Spain, Ángel Nieto Jerez
July 26. Andalusia GP, Ángel Nieto Jerez
August 9. GP Czech Republic, Brno
August 16. GP Austria, Spielberg
August 23. GP Styria, Spielberg
September 13. GP San Marino and Riviera Rimini, Misano
September 20. GP Emilia Romagna, Misano
September 27. GP of Catalonia, Barcelona
October 11. French GP, Le Mans
October 18. GP Aragon, MotorLand
October 25. GP Teruel, MotorLand
November 8. GP Europe, Ricardo Tormo
November 15. Valencian Community GP, Ricardo Tormo
To be confirmed before July 31
GP Americas, Circuit of The Americas
GP Argentina, Termas de Río Hondo
GP Thailand, Chang International Circuit Buriram
Malaysian GP, Sepang.
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