America’s GP – Cancelled

COVID-19 strikes again and deals a death blow to the 2020 U.S. round of GP.

Hope springs eternal… The sentiment resonated throughout the U.S. when the Circuit of the Americas in Austin, Texas announced that the U.S. round of the 2020 MotoGP season was postponed until November 13 through 15, another victim of the COVID-19 pandemic and state-mandated guidelines.

As the moto-community shuffled to grapple with the reality that the 2020 GP season was not going to proceed in the manner that we all have come to know it, we’ve been dealt another blow… And this one stings deeper as the 2020 GP season is staged to finally commence the weekend of July 17 through 19, at Jerez in Spain.

This morning, the Circuit of Americas announced that the 2020 U.S. round of MotoGP has officially been cancelled.

No further information is available at this time other than COTA announcing the dates for next year’s U.S. GP round as April 16 through 18, 2021 and ticket holders for this year’s event will receive an email with further instructions.

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