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Ezpeleta: No Asian MotoGP races unless fans allowed

MotoGP will only hold races in Asia this year if fans are allowed to attend, Dorna's Carmelo Ezpeleta has stated. While the bulk of the coronavirus-disrupted championship is set to be held behind closed-doors in Europe, with some circuits hosting two back-to-back race weekends, MotoGP has not yet ruled out tacking-on some overseas rounds at the end of the season. But for cost reasons, the planned Asian events such at Buriram (Thailand), Motegi (Japan) and Sepang (Malaysia) will only go ahead if coronavirus restrictions have eased enough to allow spectators to be present. "We are now in 'scenario one' for the calendar and think it will be possible to start in the middle of July in...
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