Americas MotoGP rescheduled for November

News 11 Mar 2020

Americas MotoGP rescheduled for November

Valencia moved back one week to make way for the US round.

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The Circuit of the Americas grand prix has been rescheduled to take place in November amid the ongoing coronavirus outbreak, the venue becoming the third change in the calendar.

The American round, which would’ve marked round one for the premier MotoGP category on 3-5 April, will be staged on 13-15 November.

The season-finale at Valencia in Spain has now been moved to 20-22 November to make way for the rescheduled COTA stop.

Round one in Qatar saw the cancellation of the MotoGP class due to travel restrictions, while the Thai grand prix has be postponed with a new date of 4 October.

Revised 2020 MotoGP calendar:
Rd1 – 8 March – Losail International Circuit, Qatar (Moto2 and Moto3 only)
Rd2 – 19 April – Termas de Rio Hondo, Argentina
Rd3 – 3 May – Circuito de Jerez – Ángel Nieto, Spain
Rd4 – 17 May – Le Mans, France
Rd5 – 31 May – Autodromo del Mugello, Italy
Rd6 – 7 June – Barcelona, Spain
Rd7 – 21 June – Sachsenring, Germany
Rd8 – 28 June -TT Circuit Assen, The Netherlands
Rd9 – 12 July – KymiRing, Finland
Rd10 – 9 August – Automotodrom Brno, Czech Republic
Rd11 – 16 August – Red Bull Ring, Austria
Rd12 – 30 August – Silverstone, Great Britain
Rd13 – 13 September – Misano World Circuit Marco Simoncelli, San Marino
Rd14 – 27 September – MotorLand Aragón, Spain
Rd15 – 4 October – Chang International Circuit, Thailand
Rd16 – 18 October – Twin Ring Motegi, Japan
Rd17 – 25 October – Philip Island, Australia
Rd18 – 1 November – Sepang International Circuit, Malaysia
Rd19 – 15 November – Circuit of the Americas, USA
Rd20 – 22 November – Valencia, Spain

Source: CycleOnline.com.au

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