The Motorcycle World Championship will return to Portugal this year

The Algarve GP will be held on November 7 to replace the canceled Australian GP.

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About us Dorna, Which organizes the World Motorcycle Championship, has already found a replacement for Australian Grand Prix, which was to be played on October 24 at the circuit of Phillip Island and that it was canceled due to the pandemic of coronavirus. Instead the pageant will return to Algarve. At Portugal, where the third race of this season has already been carried out.

Jack Miller"The current COVID-19 pandemic and the consequent travel complications and logistical restrictions have made it impossible to confirm the viability of the event at this time", announced the organization of the contest regarding the cancellation of the Australian GP.

The manager of the Australian Grand Prix, Paul little, assured that they are "Terribly disappointed" for the cancellation. "For the second year in a row, MotoGP fans will not be able to see the best riders in the world compete at the wonderful Phillip Island circuit.", he lamented.

In this circumstance, the Malaysian Grand Prix 2021 has been advanced and will take place one week ahead of schedule, from October 22 to 24, the weekend immediately after rescheduling Thailand Grand Prix.

In replacement of the date in Oceania, the Algarve Grand Prix, in Portimao, from 5 to November 7th. It will be the second presence of the World Championship on this track after having held the Portuguese GP there on April 18.

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