MotoGP presents calendar for 2020 with eleven European races

11-06-2020 11:28
by GPblog.com
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MotoGP presents calendar for 2020 with eleven European races

After the schedule presented by Formula 1, MotoGP now has a new calendar ready for 2020. MotoGP will start two weeks later than Formula 1, but has already fixed 11 races.

For the time being, the Formula 1 calendar consists of eight races in Europe and the organisation wants to come to fifteen more races with races outside Europe. For MotoGP this is a bit different. From July to November there is a schedule ready with eleven races in Europe and before the end of November and December there are still four races planned outside Europe.

European calendar

Those four races are for now in America, Thailand, Argentina and Malaysia, but these are still subject to reservations and it will be decided later on where and when the race will take place. Nevertheless, MotoGP already has a busy schedule with eleven races and, just like Formula 1, chooses for double races on circuits.

MotoGP kicks off with a double-header at Jerez, but there are also double races in San Marino, Aragon and Valencia. So many races in Spain, because besides Aragón and Valencia Barcelona also holds a single race. The other races take place in the Czech Republic (Brno) and France (Le Mans). The MotoGP season starts on July 18 in Jerez and the last race on the European calendar is on November 15 in Valencia.

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