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MotoGP set for Portugal return as flyaway rounds cancelled

MotoGP has cancelled the remaining flyaway races in Argentina, Thailand and Malaysia for 2020, but is set to add Portugal to the calendar as the 14th race. The original 2020 season was set to be the longest in MotoGP's history, with 20 rounds beginning in Qatar and ending in Valencia, with stops off in the Americas and Asia bookending the campaign. However, the coronavirus pandemic forced the opening round in Qatar to be cancelled for the premier class (Moto2 and Moto3 still raced as all teams were already in Doha when travel restrictions kicked in) and a major reshuffle of the schedule. A provisional 13-round campaign was announced in June, beginning in July with two rounds at Jerez and...
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