The Circuit of the Americas has confirmed that there will be no MotoGP racing at the circuit in 2020.
MotoGP: The GP of the Americas has been cancelled. Racing to return to COTA in 2021.

In the last official calendar issued by MotoGP, there was a gap at the end of the season which opened up the possibility of GP racing outside Europe. There were four options; America, Argentina, Malaysia and Thailand. Now there’s one less. The Circuit of the Americas, outside Austin, Texas has confirmed it will not be hosting the MotoGP World Championship during the 2020 race season.

Posts by Circuit of The Americas on its social media feeds, read: “Big news! The fastest bikes in the world will return next year for an even bigger and better MotoGP Red Bull Grand Prix of the Americas on April 16-18, 2021! This year’s event on November 13-15, 2020 has been canceled. Ticket holders will receive an email with further information. #AmericasGP

Instead, we’ll have to wait another year for racing will return to Texas – across April 16-18, 2021. There’s still been no news about the other three non-European rounds – but when the current calendar was released, it was suggested that a final decision would be made by July 31.

For more information on all things MotoGP, ahead of the season getting back underway at Jerez next weekend, click HERE.

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