Brno dropped out of the Motorcycle World Championship due to the coronavirus

Those responsible for the Czech circuit give up holding the race without an audience.

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El Motorcycle World Championship has lost one of its classics due to the pandemic of coronavirus: The Czech Republic Grand Prix, which was terminated by those responsible for the circuit Brno.

Although the test was not on the tentative calendar this year, its traditional August date was fixed, something that offered hope that it would be carried out. However, the track authorities themselves definitely lowered their thumb due to the impossibility of having an audience.

Brno“We have many years of experience in organizing competitions and we know the economics of the company. No world-class sporting or cultural event is economically viable without the support of the right public ”, stated without further ado Ivana Ulmanová, CEO of the stage.

Brno will now focus on organizing local events and renting the track. In addition, it was clarified that the address of Brno Circuit "Decided not to hold world championships in the future". A shame…



Automundo is the blog about news from the automotive industry, motorsport and the culture of the region. Director: Diego Durruty.

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