MotoGP significantly increases triple-headers: Eight Grands Prix in ten weeks

22-03-2020 08:42
by Matt Gretton
F1 News
MotoGP significantly increases triple-headers: Eight Grands Prix in ten weeks

As well as Formula 1, MotoGP have been forced to cancel their races due to the coronavirus. On the provisional calendar for MotoGP, eight races are scheduled in just ten weeks. 

That means a huge logistical challenge for MotoGP. The races are spread over no less than five continents; only Africa is not affected. In ten weeks time, MotoGP will pass Spain, Thailand, Japan, Australia, Malaysia, the United States, Argentina and Spain again.

The busy closing period starts on September 27 in Aragon, Spain. On November 29, the championship will end in Valencia according to current schedule. In Europe, Spain is also the hardest hit by the coronavirus after Italy.

No new F1 calendar yet

Where the MotoGP organization has already released a provisional new calendar, this is not yet the case with Formula 1. The FOM, the FIA ​​and Liberty Media as owners of Formula 1 are busy discussing new data. The only thing that is certain is that we will not see the Monaco Grand Prix in 2020. 

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