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Argentina, Malaysia and Thai MotoGP events cancelled, new European finale to be announced

MotoGP organisers Dorna have confirmed a final 15-round calendar for the 2020 schedule, with a finale at a so far undisclosed circuit confirmed to be announced soon. Dorna also confirmed that the Argentina, Thailand and Malaysian events have all been cancelled for this season, meaning all rounds will take place in Europe. All three events were previously postponed as a result of the Covid-19 global pandemic, but while Argentina was always expected to go it was thought both the Thai and Malaysian contests had a relatively realistic shot at going ahead. In better news for the Thai event though, Dorna confirmed a deal had been reached for the meeting to continue on the MotoGP calendar until...
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