The Motorcycle World Championship lowers its thumb to another Grand Prix

The coronavirus pandemic forced the cancellation of the Thai Grand Prix. The tournament organizers are looking for a replacement for him.

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El Thailand Grand Prix 2021 of Motorcycle World Championship was canceled due to the situation of coronavirus pandemic and the derived sanitary restrictions. This forces Dorna Sports, organizer of the contest, looking for a new setting to complete the championship.

"The FIM, IRTA and Dorna Sports regret to announce the cancellation of the 2021 Thai Grand Prix, which was to be held at the Chang International Circuit from October 15 to 17", they pointed out in a statement.

a MotoGPDespite the efforts of the parties involved, the pandemic of the COVID-19 and the consequent sanitary restrictions have made it impossible to confirm the viability of the event, which remains outside the 2021 calendar.

However, the organizers make it clear that the FIM MotoGP World Championship "Wait to run again" versus "Incredibly passionate" Buriram public in 2022.

A replacement event is currently being studied, on another circuit, and any updates will be posted as soon as it is available.

A month ago the Japan GP, something that motivated the admission of GP of the Americas listed as a reserve.

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