Introduced MotoGP 2020 Seasonal CalendarAugust 27, 2019
During the days of the Silverstone race weekend, MotoGP teams received a preliminary version of the calendar for the 2020 season, which will be the longest in history and will have 20 stages.
The championship according to the tradition that has developed over the past 12 years will start in Qatar – the opening race will be held on March 8. The second phase will be held March 22 in Thailand, which will move from the end of the calendar to the beginning. This will be followed by stages in the USA and Argentina with a weekly interval.
The European part of the season starts on May 3 in Jerez, followed by races in France, Italy and Catalonia. The race in Germany, which usually took place in July, will change places with Holland and will take place on June 21. A new stage will finish the first half of the season on the Finnish highway Cumiring on July 12.
The second half of the championship will begin with two stages in a row, in the Czech Republic and Austria. After the UK, San Marino and Aragon will be followed by a long away series of three races, in Japan, Australia and Malaysia, in three weeks. Well, the 2020 season will end in mid-November in Valencia.
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