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Update to 2010 provisional calendar

The 2010 Czech Republic Grand Prix will take place a week earlier than originally planned
The FIM have revealed a further tweak to the 2010 MotoGP calendar, with the Czech Republic Grand Prix being moved for a second time in just a week.

The round, held at Brno, was originally switched to the date of 22nd August, but will now take place a week earlier on 15th August.

The decision means the summer break will now be little more than three weeks, while it also leaves a week's gap between that and the next overseas event at Indianapolis.

The latest provisional calendar is as follows…

2010 MotoGP calendar:

April 11th* Qatar Losail
April 25th Japan Motegi
May 2nd Spain Jerez
May 23rd France Le Mans
June 6th Italy Mugello
June 20th Great Britain Silverstone
June 26th** Netherlands Assen
July 4th Catalunya Catalunya
July 18th Germany Sachsenring
July 25th*** United States Laguna Seca
August 15th Czech Republic Brno
August 29th Indianapolis Indianapolis
September 5th San Marino & Riviera di Rimini Misano
September 19th Hungary Balatonring
October 10th Malaysia Sepang
October 17th Australia Phillip Island
October 31st Portugal Estoril
November 7th Valencia Ricardo Tormo - Valencia

Reserve Circuit: Motorland Aragon Circuit

* Evening race
** Saturday race
*** Only MotoGP class

Tagged as: calendar , Brno , Czech Republic

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pp916 - Unregistered

November 17, 2009 2:06 PM

So, if Dorna are so desperate to save money can somebody explain why the Czech race isn't switched with one of the US races so that they become consecutive races and the whole shebang isn't carted across the Atlantic twice in a month? The saving could pay for another VIP dinner, what can they be thinking about!

Robin Goodwin

November 17, 2009 10:13 PM

Could someone also try and persuade the yanks that they should be running 125 and moto2 as well as the big class? The 'not relevant' argument doesn't work with the new 600cc. Why should the rest of the world miss out on a 125 race, where some of the best racing this year has been? If they make us endure circuits like Indianapolis they should at least compromise a little bit!

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