After this weekend’s Aragón GP there will be five more rounds
MotoGP has announced that this year’s 2021 World Cup calendar is closed while it has confirmed the cancellation in Argentina GP final.
This year’s championship will thus be composed of 18 races in its total “no more events to be added”
In information provided by the MotoGP website, the International Motorcycling Federation (FIM), the IRTA (association of teams, suppliers and sponsors) and the Dorna (championship organizer) “confirms the cancellation” of the Argentine GP for reasons of “force majeure”.
“The event had previously been postponed, but the current covid-19 pandemic, logistical constraints and previous structural damage forced the cancellation.”
MotoGP plans to return to Argentina in 2022, but , for now, the present year will have five more races to be held after this weekend:
GP of San Marino (Misano), September 19;
GP of the Americas (COTA, Austin), September 3;
GP of Emilia Romagna (Misano), October 24;
GP of the Algarve (AIA, Portimão), November 7th;
GP of the Valencian Community (Ricardo Tormo), November 14th.
This current weekend of September 12th, takes place the GP of Aragon, the 13th test of this calendar.
Also confirmed were the pre-season dates for 2022 with the official tests in Jerez on November 18 and 19 of this year and the shakedown test on January 31 of next year .