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Catalunya signs up for shared MotoGP rounds from 2023-2026

The Circuit de Barcelona-Catalunya has joined Valencia in signing a new MotoGP contract extension which does not guarantee an event every year. The new agreement gives the Catalan round a place on the 2022 calendar and a minimum of two more events between 2023 and 2026, when the circuit will 'alternate with other venues on the Iberian peninsula'. That mirrors the deal signed by Valencia in 2020. The rotation of the future Spanish (Jerez, Catalunya, Aragon, Valencia) and Portuguese (Portimao) rounds is being done as a compromise to make room for new countries to join the MotoGP calendar, while the existing Iberian circuits at least get to host MotoGP every 2-3 seasons. All five...
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