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Misano MotoGP rounds to be first with fans in 2020

The San Marino and Emilia Romagna MotoGP rounds at Misano in September has been granted approval to allow fans to attend for the first time this season. The coronavirus crisis has forced MotoGP promoters Dorna Sports to enact numerous protocols in the interest of paddock safety, chief amongst which has been the staging of races behind closed doors. So far, the first three MotoGP rounds and four Moto2/Moto3 events have been held without fans in attendance, with the Austrian double-header at Red Bull Ring this week and next week also being run in front of empty grandstands. Though social distancing guidelines across Europe still largely prohibit large gatherings, the region of Emilia Romagna...
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