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MotoGP postpones the Argentine Grand Prix and moves the Valencia Grand Prix back to date

MotoGP continues to move the calendar due to the coronavirus. The organization of the Motorcycle World Championship has announced that


MotoGP continues to move the calendar due to the coronavirus. The organization of the Motorcycle World Championship has announced that they are postponing the Argentine Motul Grand Prix, which was to be held on the weekend of April 17-19. The race will be held on November 22 and forces the Valencia race to be postponed one more week.

This change has caused a domino effect on the calendar, since the date of the United States GP has also been changed, which will finally be held on November 15, a week after the one in Argentina. It will also affect the last race of the season, which will be held at the Ricardo Tormo Circuit in Valencia, from 20 to 22 November.

The season, which started on March 8 in Qatar, could only be played in Moto3 and Moto2. The premier category of motorcycling, following the changes in the calendar, will begin with the Red Bull Grand Prix of Spain at the Jerez-Angel Nieto Circuit from May 1 to 3, and will end, on November 29, with the GP of the Valencian Community.