This year's truncated race calendar was officially presented at Dorna today. As expected, the first race of the season will be hosted by the Jerez racetrack on July 19th. There will be another race here only a week later, before the racers will have three consecutive races in August. The first on August 9 in Brno and then two in Austria. After a fourteen-day break, the racers will have one of the most strenuous periods, as there will be as many as 8 races in ten weeks.
In September, there will be three consecutive races, first two at the Misano racetrack and at the end a race in Barcelona. In October, Le Mans races first, followed by two races in Aragon. The end of the European season will follow in November with two races in Valencia.
MotoGP racers will have at least 13 races and a maximum of 17, as only four non-European races are in question (America, Argentina, Malaysia and Thailand). The final decision on these races will be confirmed by Dorna by the end of July. At the same time, it is already clear that the season, if these races are included, will end on 13 December at the latest.
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