After the announcement of Catalan GP at Catalunya being postponed, we all were only waiting for the same kind of statement by Mugello Circuit, with the Italy Grand Prix that was set for 31st May to be the first race of 2020 MotoGP Season.
We will have to wait once again, because there are not the conditions to have a Grand Prix for that date due to ongoing Coronavirus crisis, with Italy being one of the most affected country in the World. In a statement release by MotoGP’s governing body the FIM, it confirmed Mugello and Catalunya have been officially been postponed.
A new calendar has not been released yet as Dorna Sports and FIM both want to see how the current situation will evolve across the World. The new changes forced the season to start on 21st June in Germany, but it is pretty much impossible to say if there is any chance to have a race there.
Dorna CEO Carmelo Ezpeleta said that he would be good a 10 race season at this point, but at the same time he did not miss the chance of having a total cancellation of 2020 season. We strongly hope this to do not happen, all we can do is wait crossing our fingers and see how the situation will evolve during the time.