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MotoGP News: Japanese GP cancelled as overseas races on hold until mid-November

MotoGP has announced that the 2020 Japanese Grand Prix at Motegi has been cancelled due to the coronavirus pandemic, with all overseas races on hold until mid-November. The COVID-19 pandemic has forced MotoGP to go on hiatus since the beginning of March, when it was only able to run the Moto2 and Moto3 races in Qatar after cancelling the MotoGP event. Since then, six further races have been cut completely for 2020, with the Japanese GP following the British, Australian, Dutch, German and Finnish GPs on the cancellation list. MotoGP has put plans in place to begin its delayed season with back-to-back races at Jerez on 19 and 26 July pending Spanish government approval. With MotoGP promoter...
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