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No fans at Jerez for MotoGP season-openers

No fans will be present during MotoGP's season-opening races at Jerez on July 19 and 26. Jerez City Council recently announced they would seek a meeting with Dorna and the Andalusian Government to explore the possibility of having a limited number of spectators at the back-to-back MotoGP rounds, plus the following WorldSBK event. That meeting has now taken place, where the three parties "unanimously agreed" to keep the races behind closed doors. A press release by the local government added: "Different factors have been analysed to make the decision, including [crowd] capacity limitations, which would be reduced to a third to comply with the [social distancing] requirements...
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