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MotoGP Sepang test cancelled due to surge in COVID-19 cases

MotoGP's opening pre-season test of 2021 due to take place in Malaysia next month has been cancelled due to the COVID-19 pandemic. MotoGP had been due to hold its now traditional two three-day pre-season tests in Malaysia at the Sepang International Circuit on 19-21 February and in Qatar at the Losail International Circuit on 10-12 March. Autosport reported earlier this month MotoGP had been working with Malaysian authorities to ease COVID restrictions on the paddock entering the country for the test. Despite an escalation in the pandemic again in Europe, all looked good for the Sepang test and the preceding shakedown for test riders going ahead. However, this was plunged into doubt on...
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