The unofficial calendar of races of the MotoGP 2022 season has been completed, and there are as many as 21 trials on it, which means that the longest season in history awaits us. The global Covid-19 virus pandemic has led to extensive changes to the 2020 and 2021 racing calendars. will take place in new venues. The season will start on March 20 in Qatar and then the caravan will move to Indonesia where the second race of the season will take place on March 21th. This will be a special treat, as it is the first street race in the country that last hosted MotoGP in 6. The race in Argentina is also returning to the calendar on April 20, next weekend.
Formula 1 has confirmed that Portimao will host the third race of the F1 2021 Championship, thus filling the race calendar. Portugal’s Portimao last year hosted a Formula 1 emergency race dictated by the crisis with the Covid-19 virus epidemic. The race there was not planned for this year, but F1 added it to the calendar due to the postponed race in Australia and the cancellation of the Chinese Grand Prix, which will take place on 2 May. Formula 1 and the organizers opened their doors to 27.000 spectators last year, and whether the spectators will be present again this year, the authorities will decide in the coming weeks. Last year’s race was won by Lewis Hamilton, and the track configuration and conditions that offer slightly less grip provided a somewhat unusual start to the race, which was briefly led by Carlos Sainz with McLarn. https: // twitte
Local media in Thailand claim that the Thai GP at the Chang racetrack in Buriram, which should otherwise take place on October 10, will also be dropped from this year's race calendar. The Thai government has decided to postpone the MotoGP race to next year due to uncertainties related to the coronavirus pandemic, which means that there will be no races on this year's calendar. The Chang racetrack is expected to launch a new five-year contract this season, but the government, which is the main promoter of the race, has decided to postpone its implementation for one season, according to the Bangkok Post. Dorna, for whom Thailand is an important market, is also expected to take the move into account, although the news has not yet been officially confirmed or commented on. https://twitter.com/MotoGP/status/1242778046555459584 In 2019, we watched an exciting
The Mugello is expected to be the first racetrack to be added to the original eight-race calendar. According to reports, the race will be scheduled for September 13, thus ending after Spa and Monza, ending three consecutive racing weekends. The race in Sochi is also expected to be confirmed on September 27, as planned before the start of the season. The organizers of the Russian test are already expected to start promoting ticket sales, which indicates the fact that this will be one of the first races where spectators will already be present. The possibility of organizing another race in Canada immediately after this seems practically impossible due to the weather conditions. This place is supposed to be occupied by the Portuguese racetrack Portimao. China and Vietnam are expected to get their place in the second half of October. Nevertheless, implementation seems above all
Next week, Dorna will present the calendar of European MotoGP 2020 races, following the example of F1, which presented the calendar this week. The calendar will initially only contain races across Europe. The season will feature 12 or 13 races across Europe. So far, the first two races in Jerez have been confirmed, and one race each in Brno and Austria. In addition to the above, there will be races in Aragon, Misano and Valencia. Barcelona and Le Mans have not yet been confirmed. Carmelo Ezpeleta said they have developed a very good protocol by which teams must behave and a protocol of how some races will take place without spectators. The protocol was drawn up with various sports ministers. Each racer will have a medical examination before each race at which the doctor will decide whether a coronavirus test is necessary. It will be needed in the paddock
The FIA today released the official calendar of the first eight races of this year’s Formula 1 calendar. This currently includes 8 races in six European venues. England and Austria, where the season will also start on July 5, will host two consecutive races. After two races at the Red Bull Ring, the caravan will move to the Hungaroring before four more races await us in August, two in England and one each in Spain and Belgium. On September 6, there will also be a race in Monza, which, according to their mayor, should be hosted at least until the 2025 season. The leading men of Formula 1 are still striving to carry out between 15 and 18 races. A further expanded version of the calendar can be officially expected in the coming weeks. As they also announced, they will be there until the race is safe enough without spectators. M
Only a day after it was announced that the Argentine test would host the start of the season for MotoGP class racers, only this one was postponed due to the virus. The outbreak of Coronavirus and the associated travel restrictions have already led to the cancellation of the race in Qatar for racers in the elite class, and the race was postponed first to Thailand and then to Austin. However, when it already seemed that we would be able to follow the elite class of motorcycling in April in Argentina, the authorities there took a measure to cancel all sporting events. Dorna announced today that the race in Argentina will be postponed to the November date, on November 22.11.2020, 29.11.2020. According to the previous version of the calendar, the racers would have to compete in Valencia at that time. The finals of the season will be on the program on November XNUMX, XNUMX. All of this, however, means racers
Dorne CEO Carmelo Ezpeleta said in a recent interview that no more than 2022 races will be present on the MotoGP class calendar between 2026 and 22. At the same time, there remains the possibility that Spanish and potential Portuguese venues would alternately host races. After the race calendar for next season was officially confirmed, with as many as 20 races on the schedule, as the caravan was joined by the Finnish venue KymiRing, the leading men of the sport paid attention to the next, slightly longer-term preparation of the calendar. They confirmed that in the next two years there will be no more than 20 races on the calendar, and from 2022 this limit is 22. Given the fact that there are currently as many as 4 Spanish trials on the calendar, and they also want to race in Portuguese Portimao immediately denied Ezpelet
The FIA has approved the Formula 1 racing calendar for next season. All dates remain unchanged compared to the previous version published in October this year. The season will start as usual in Australia on 21.3 and end on 1.12. in Abu Dhabi, just like last season, there will be 21 races on the agenda this year, only this time we will not see three consecutive races (three races in three weeks). On April 1 in China, Formula 1 will celebrate a special jubilee as the thousandth Formula 17.3.2019 World Championship race will take place. Spain Barcelona 31.3.2019/14.4.2019/28.4.2019
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