Provisional 2020 MXGP World Championship schedule released

News 10 Jul 2019

Provisional 2020 MXGP World Championship schedule released

World championship set to include 20 rounds next year.

Image: Supplied.

Youthstream, promoter of the MXGP World Championship, has released a provisional calendar outline for the 2020 season.

The opening venue of the season is yet to be announced and it’ll be followed by one of the favourite venues of the calendar, Neuquen in Argentina. MXGP then returns to Europe to visit The Netherlands in a location to be announced, Trentino, an eagerly awaited return in Spain and then straight to Portugal.

In May MXGP continues its trips to Latvia, Russia, Germany, France and Imola before the MXGP Paddock will get prepared for three back-to-back rounds in Asia at the end of June with two rounds in Indonesia and one in China.

After a trip in Asia MXGP continues to one of the old school venues of the calendar Loket in Czech Republic, followed by the sandy circuit of Lommel and the comeback of the MXGP of Switzerland after a year break.

The 18th round of the 2020 season is held in Sweden while the 19th stop of the calendar is taking place in the brand-new and recently announced Kymi Ring circuit in Iitti, Finland.

The final round of the 2020 season is set to be held in Turkey before the whole MXGP Paddock moves to France for the milestone of the motocross season, the Monster Energy FIM Motocross of Nations, which will be back in Ernee on 27 September after the big success of its last edition back in 2015.

Provisional 2020 MXGP World Championship calendar:
Rd1 – 23 February- TBA
Rd2 – 8 March – Neuquen, Argentina
Rd3 – 22 March – TBA, The Netherlands
Rd4 – 5 April – Trentino, Italy
Rd5 – 19 April – TBA, Spain
Rd6 – 26 April – Agueda, Portugal
Rd7 – 10 May – Kegums, Latvia
Rd8 – 17 May – Orlyonok, Russia
Rd9 – 24 May – Teutschenthal, Germany
Rd10 – 7 June – Saint Jean d’Angely, France
Rd11 – 14 June – Imola, Italy
Rd12 – 28 June – TBA, Indonesia
Rd13 – 5 July – Semarang, Indonesia
Rd14 – 12 July – Shanghai, China
Rd15 – 26 July – Loket, Czech Republic
Rd16 – 2 August – Lommel, Belgium
Rd17 – 16 August – Frauenfeld, Switzerland
Rd18 – 23 August – Uddevalla, Sweden
Rd19 – 30 August – Iitti-KymiRing, Finland
Rd20 – 13 September – Afyonkarahisar, Turkey


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