Finally we could have the 2020 MotoGP calendar. Dorna Sports CEO Carmelo Ezpeleta confirmed to AS that it could officially be announced Wednesday or Thursday and that means we could see when MotoGP races will be done.
Few days ago, Ezpeleta talked about a 12-13 races calendar, maximum 15-16 if there will be the possibility to travel over Europe, with every Grand Prix set to be done with closed doors at the moment. Anyway, the situation could change if any country will allow public gatherings, meaning that also MotoGP could have spectators.
“At the moment, we are not considering running with public; then, as things evolve, it will be seen. It depends on the situation of each country and their regulations. If we go to a place where we can have the public, then we will race with spectators, if not, we will race without the public”, said Dorna Sports CEO.
Ezpeleta confirmed then that written press is not allowed: “We will allow only TV Press, not written one. If things change later, we will change anything, but at the moment we will race without the press. Conference room will not be opened press”
The provisional Calendar should include only Europe race, with some optimistic feelings about Le Mans, while the decision about Austin, Termas, Thailand and Sepang will be done until 31th July: “We have a July 31 limit to say if we also run outside Europe, while on Le Mans I can say that there are good chances to race in France”