Finally we could see MotoGP, Moto2, Moto3, MotoE and WorldSBK back in action, maybe. Dorna Sportsa alongside Andalusia’s Regional Government and City Council of Jerez de la Frontera will make a proposal to Spanish Government to see bikes on track on 19th July.
That means we could have a new date set for the beginning of 2020 MotoGP World Championship if it is going to be approved. Carmelo Ezpeleta said a few days ago that MotoGP could have started at the end of July and it seems to be a real possibility at the moment.
The plan is to have MotoGP on 19th July for the Spanish Grand Prix, followed by the Grand Prix of Andalusia one week later; two different Grands Prix but same circuit, with the riders who should race at Jerez de la Frontera for two times in arrow.
At the same time, Dorna Sports worked to have a WorldSBK event, as explained from his CEO, in August. Ezpeleta said that there was the possibility to see Superbike again in action just one week later MotoGP events in every circuit that hosts both categories. That is why Dorna will propose to have a WorldSBK round on 2nd August as well.
Now it is just about waiting for Spanish Government response: if positive, we will finally have MotoGP, Moto2, Moto3, MotoE and WorldSBK back on track and we could talk about racing.