Moto GB: Italy and Catalonia Awards join the list of postponed races


Paris – The start of the new season of the Moto GB category at the MotoGP World Championship was postponed until at least 21 June, after the postponement of the Italy and Catalonia awards, due to the outbreak of the Corona virus.
The tournament was scheduled to start on the eighth of March with the Qatar Grand Prix, but Lusail Circuit only embraced the Moto 2 and Moto 3 races after the International Motorcycle Federation decided to cancel the first category race because of the “Covid-19” virus and the restrictions that he had started to impose In time, on the movement of travel.
With the outbreak of the epidemic, the races of Thailand, the United States, Argentina, Spain and France were postponed, before joining the postponement list the Italian and Catalan races that were scheduled for May 31 and the seventh of June, respectively, without specifying a new date for them.
“Dorna Sports,” the owner of Moto GB rights, said in a statement on Tuesday, “Because the situation (virus outbreak) is still in a state of continuous development, it is not possible to confirm the new dates for these two awards, and for the recently postponed France and Spain awards, so that it becomes more clear.” When are these events possible?
“A revised calendar will be published as soon as possible.”
After the postponement of the Italy and Catalonia awards, it became the initial new date for the Moto GB championship to begin on June 21 from the German circuit Sachsenring. – (AFP)


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