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MotoGP: The MotoGP Argentine GP is canceled: the World Championship has 18 races

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MotoGP: The MotoGP Argentine GP is canceled: the World Championship has 18 races

The season will finish on November 14 on the Ricardo Tormo de Cheste circuit.

Alex Rins, Spanish pilot.LLUIS GENEAFP

The MotoGP Argentine Grand Prix has been canceled, so the schedule for the 2021 season could have 18 assessmentsThe championship organizers introduced this Saturday that “they regret having to confirm the cancellation of the Argentine Grand Prix due to force majeure,” says an announcement. “This test had already been postponed, but the Covid-19 pandemic, logistical restrictions, and some damages caused in the infrastructure of the circuit force its cancellation “, provides the notice.

No date had but been set for the race in Argentina, which is normally held on the race observe. Rio Hondo sizzling springs. Nevertheless, it was included within the provisional calendar of the championship.

On this approach, the World Cup will finish on November 14 in Valencia (Spain) and there are nonetheless six races left together with that of Aragon, this Sunday additionally in Spain.

Calendar of the 2021 MotoGP world championship:

– March 28: Qatar (Losail) – Winner: Maverick Viales (ESP / Yamaha)

– April 4: Qatar (Losail) – winner: Fabio Quartararo (FRA / Yamaha)

– April 18: Portugal (Portimao) – Winner: Fabio Quartararo (FRA / Yamaha)

– Could 2: Spain (Jerez) – winner: Jack Miller (AUS / Ducati)

– Could 16: France (Le Mans) – Winner: Jack Miller (AUS / Ducati)

– Could 30: Italy (Mugello) – Winner: Fabio Quartararo (FRA / Yamaha)

– June 6: Catalua (Barcelona) – winner: Miguel Oliveira (POR / KTM)

– June 20: Germany (Sachsenring) – Winner: Marc Mrquez (ESP / Honda)

– June 27: Netherlands (Assen) – Winner: Fabio Quartararo (FRA / Yamaha)

– August 8: Stiria (Spielberg) – winner: Jorge Martn (ESP / Ducati-Pramac)

– August 15: Austria (Spielberg) – winner: Brad Binder (AFS / KTM)

– August 29: Nice Britain (Silverstone) – Winner: Fabio Quartararo (FRA / Yamaha)

– September 12: Aragn (Alcaiz)

– September 19: San Marino (Misano)

– October 3: United States (Austin)

– October 24: Emilia-Romaa (Misano)

– November 7: Algarve (Portimao, Portugal)

– November 14: Valencian Neighborhood (Ricardo Tormo circuit)