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Dorna prioritising MotoGP spectacle over post-COVID calendars

MotoGP promoter Dorna Sports' CEO Carmelo Ezpeleta says preserving the series current competitiveness is more important than swelling the calendar again in light of the coronavirus crisis. The COVID-19 outbreak has forced MotoGP to field a revised 13-race schedule at just eight circuits in 2020 instead of the original 20 planned events, marking the shortest calendar since 1995. The planned race at the Circuit of the Americas scheduled for 13-15 November was the latest to be cancelled this week. Over the next two years, MotoGP was set to return to Indonesia and Brazil, with Portugal also touted for a return as part of a rotating set of races on the Iberian Peninsula that would include the...
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