The MotoGP Argentine Grand Prix was canceled

The date at Termas de Río Hondo was “to be confirmed” in this year's competition schedule.

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The few chances that he had Argentine Grand Prix de a MotoGP disputed this year officially vanished after confirmation by the organizers of the Motorcycle World Championship of the last dates of the 2021 calendar.

Career in Rio Hondo hot springs was on the calendar "to confirm", but the recent modifications to the presentation schedule concluded the possibility of its realization by the end of the year.

Moto GP Hot Springs“The final calendar for the 2021 FIM MotoGP World Championship can now be confirmed. The 2021 season will comprise a total of 18 Grands Prix, with no further events being added. The FIM, IRTA and Dorna Sports regret, therefore, confirming the cancellation of the Grand Prix of the Argentine Republic for reasons of force majeure ", explained those responsible for the tournament.

"The event was previously postponed, but the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, logistical restrictions, and previous infrastructure damage have forced cancellation," The promoter explained, recalling the fire that the Santiago track suffered last February.

"The MotoGP hopes to return to Termas de Río Hondo in April 2022 to greet the incredible fans who flock to the venue from all over South America, and all parties are working to extend the collaboration for more years." was added.

After the Aragón GP this weekend, the World Championship will continue as follows: 19/9, San Marino GP (Misano, Italy); 3/10, GP of the Americas (Austin, United States); 24/10, Emilia Romagna GP (Misano); 7/11, Algarve GP (Portimao, Portugal); and 14/11, Valencia GP (Valencia Spain).

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