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MotoGP News: British and Australian MotoGP rounds cancelled for 2020

The British and Australian MotoGP races have been called off for this season, bringing the total number of race cancellations in 2020 up to five. The British MotoGP at Silverstone had been scheduled for 30 August, while the Australian MotoGP at Phillip Island was in the initial race calendar for 25 October. But with the United Kingdom set to impose a mandatory two-week quarantine for anyone arriving from outside of Great Britain and Ireland from 8 June, the feasibility of arranging a race which would likely to have been held behind closed doors at Silverstone has meant the race has been cancelled. It follows the recent cancellation of the 2017 British MotoGP when bad weather combined with...
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