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MotoGP Grand Prix of the Americas becomes latest 2020 race cancelled amid COVID

MotoGP will not have a grand prix in the United States this season due to coronavirus, after the Circuit of the Americas announced its next event will be in April. The COVID-19 pandemic has wrought havoc on the scheduled 2020 season, with all races through June on the original calendar either cancelled or postponed. Last month, MotoGP unveiled a revised 13-round calendar beginning with back-to-back races at Jerez on 19 and 26 July. The postponed Americas Grand Prix was due to run on November 13-15 as part of a triple-header with Argentina and Valencia, though a surge in COVID-19 cases in the state of Texas cast an Austin race in doubt. MotoGP had left space on the calendar in November and...
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