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Certainty of German and Dutch MotoGP Determined April 27, 2020


Certainty of German and Dutch MotoGP Determined April 27, 2020Certainty of German and Dutch MotoGP Determined April 27, 2020 - The CEO of Dorna Sports, Carmelo Ezpeleta, will meet with organizers of the German and Dutch MotoGP 2020 on 27 April 2020.

The meeting will discuss whether the two can hold the race on schedule on June 21 and June 28, 2020.

When and where to start the MotoGP 2020, is still a mystery after the eight initial series has been postponed or canceled.

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On schedule, the closest series that could possibly be held is the German and Dutch MotoGP 2020 which coincidentally coexists.

The German government has extended the ban on mass gathering in large numbers until July 2020 due to corona.

However, it is possible that Dorna Sports will hold a spectator-free race at the Sachsenring Circuit on June 19 to June 21.

Carmelo Ezpeleta even wants to test races without spectators in Germany and the Netherlands. If success, it is not impossible that the scenario will be used in other series.

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Until now, he is still trying to hold as many races as possible, including finding a new schedule for the delayed series.

"We will talk with the German and Dutch MotoGP organizers on April 27, 2020 to see what the right scenario for the June 2020 race will be," Carmelo Ezpeleta said, Sunday April 19, 2020.

Carmelo said, after Germany and the Netherlands, shifted to Finland in July 2020, but it was still quite complicated because it had to go through a homologation process.

"Whether Germany can race without spectators or not, we will consider many things from there. The most optimistic scenario is we started this season in Germany. It's difficult, but we have to keep waiting, "he said.

Source: Legal


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