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Japan's MotoGP round cancelled, cites travel worries

MotoGP’s Japanese Grand Prix has been cancelled, due to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic, citing continued uncertainty regarding travel arrangements, and an inability to reschedule in the winter months. The event was due to be held on October 16 to 18 at the Honda-owned Motegi Circuit. The President of event promoter Mobilityland Corporation, Kaoru Tanaka, cited the “unpredictable situations in Japan and Europe” and “the expected extension of the international travel ban.” ADVERTISEMENT “As a result of our discussions with [MotoGP Promoter] Dorna Sports we agreed that we have no choice but to cancel the Japanese GP in order to complete the season.” Related Posts Lorenzo...
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