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2020 Americas MotoGP set to be cancelled amid US COVID-19 crisis

The 2020 Grand Prix of the Americas appears to have been cancelled as the United States continues to grapple with the effects of the COVID-19 crisis. The event was originally scheduled at the top end of the 2020 MotoGP calendar just the virus was beginning to impact sporting schedules around the world, but Dorna was still hopeful the Circuit of The Americas round could be rescheduled for the latter end of the year. However, it is understood this won’t go ahead now as the United States continues to feel the effects of the virus, with daily infection rates still rising and a number of nations putting a block on US citizens entering their borders. Moreover, a check on the Circuit of The...
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