The 2020 MotoGP Championship will finally go ahead with between 13 and 17 races from July 19 in Spain, at the Jerez – Ángel Nieto Circuit.
The official calendar has now been released by FIM and Dorna Sports.
The first event on March 8 in Qatar for the MotoGP class was cancelled and subsequently all other events were postponed due to the Covid-19 pandemic.
MotoGP events will be squeezed into a four-month period with several events run twice at the same circuit.
There are 13 events in Europe confirmed with four more events outside the continent still to be confirmed.
Australia is not included in the calendar.
The first MotoGP race of the 2020 season will be held on Sunday 19 July on the Circuito de Jerez- Ángel Nieto, which will also host a second GP on the following weekend, on 26 July. Subsequently, the calendar will become very demanding on riders and teams with races almost every weekend.
The championship could also see the Grand Prix of the United States (Austin), Argentina (Termas de Rio Hondo), Thailand (Buriram) and Malaysia (Sepang), which have not yet been confirmed and which could bring the season up to the deadline of December 13.