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Lorenzo misses out on '20 MotoGP wildcard as raft of rule changes announced due to Covid-19

Jorge Lorenzo will not compete with Yamaha in 2020 due to newly-announced changes to wildcard entries-as well as concessions- by the Grand Prix Commission this morning. The raft of changes were announced as a result of the ongoing Covid-19 pandemic and the need to limit the number of employees at each event to an absolute minimum, forcing any scheduled wildcard entries-across all classes- in this year’s championship to be scrapped. Lorenzo-who retired from full-time MotoGP competition following a horror year with Honda last season- signed up as Yamaha’s test rider earlier this year, and was due to make his first race start with the marque since the end of ’16 at the Catalan GP....
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