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Who gives a stuff where the races are held, as long as the track is awesome.
Ask the F1 boys, how the race at Korea has fared, that one is on borrowed time. Singapore is probably not workable for bikes either. China didn't work out well for MotoGP.
Argentina is allready on the books for a return. South Africa would be a welcome return however but I heard both major tracks are in bad condition now.
Italy and Spain have so many races because they attract fans, have great tracks, and the paddock is domininated by racers of those nationalities.
And ultimatley fans matter, not where you want to sell your bikes (which we do without MotoGP anyway in those areas).