FIM, IRTA and Dorna Sports announced Argentinian, Malaysian and Thailand GPs for the 2020 MotoGP season. That races were postponed during coronavirus outbreak but cannot be rescheduled as the pandemic did not stop his journey.
At the same time, Dorna announced a new agreement with Buriram which will extend Thailand GP until 2026 and that they are talking with Sepang and Termas to organize the 2021 event hoping that everything will be fine.
2020 MotoGP Calendar will have a new Grand Prix on the line after Valencia, which will be an European one. Rumors talk about Portimao, but there nothing sure yet and Dorna will announce the new Grand Prix on 10th August.
This means that MotoGP will not have any extra-European race this year, except Qatar, but in that occasion only Moto2 and Moto3 raced there. The number of Grands Prix is not set to 15, with 14 MotoGP races for 2020 and a new finale.
It will be the first time since 2002 that Valencia will not host the last round of the season, according to what we know now, but everything could chance in blink of an eye. We just have to wait and see what will happen next, but it is pretty much sure that we will have a new circuit that will end the season.