Local media in Thailand claim it will be dropped from this year’s race calendar as well GP of Thailand on the racetrack Chang v Buriram, which should otherwise take place October 10. The Thai government has decided to race MotoGP due to uncertainty associated with the pandemic coronavirus, postponed to next year, which means that there will be no races on this year 's calendar.
The Chang racetrack is set to launch a new one this season five-year contract, but the government, which is otherwise the main promoter of the race, reportedly Bangkok Post decided to implement only these postpone for one season. She should also consider the move Dorna, for which Thailand is an important market, although the news is not yet officially confirmed or commented.
Cancellation of this year's race could reshape it a bit more MotoGP race calendar of the 2021 season, as the Thai race was originally scheduled to follow the Japanese Grand Prix, scheduled for early October, followed by a one-week break before the race in Australia. The Japanese race is likely to be delayed by one week, so we will once again see the traditional schedule of three non-European races in three weeks.
The Thai Grand Prix is the third race to be canceled this year, and rumors are growing that in question also introductory races season in Qatar, scheduled for March 28 and April 4.
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