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For now, the Argentine GP out of the MotoGP calendar

Those responsible for the Motorcycle World Championship announced the last dates of the year without the race in Termas de Río Hondo.

For the second consecutive year, Argentina could stay with the desire to be the scene of a date of Motorcycle World Championship. At least that is clear from the revised calendar that was released today Dorna Sports, organizer of the tournament; and that it is approved by the International Motorcycle Federation (FIM) and the World Cup Teams Association (IRTA).

The main novelty of the new calendar is the cancellation of the Japanese Grand Prix as a consequence of the restrictions in that country due to the pandemic of coronavirus.

MotoGP Hot SpringsInstead of the Japanese test, he entered the Grand Prix of the Americas in Austin (Texas), which was listed as a reserve, and the Grand Prix of Thailand.

All these modifications have not benefited the Argentine GP, which was originally going to be held in sometime in the last quarter of 2021. The only chance could be that one of the year-end dates is canceled well in advance and forces another reorganization of the race schedule.

The Argentine GP is set on the Termas de Río Hondo International Circuit, that last February suffered a big fire. Those in charge of the stage have worked in this time to recover it and repeatedly stated that it would be fit for an eventual MotoGP visit at the end of the year.

THE MODIFIED MOTOGP CALENDAR

June 27: Netherlands GP (TT Assen)
August 08: Styrian GP (Spielberg)
August 15: Austrian GP (Spielberg)
August 29: British GP (Silverstone)
September 12: Aragón GP (MotorLand Aragón)
September 19: San Marino GP (Marco Simoncelli Misano)
October 03: GP of the Americas (COTA Austin)
October 17: Thai GP (Chang International)
October 24: Australian GP (Phillip Island)
October 31: Malaysian GP (Sepang)
November 14: Valencian Community GP (Ricardo Tormo Cheste).

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