Next year's MotoE World Cup will again conclude at the Valencia MotoGP season finale, after a change to the provisional 2020 calendar.

Le Mans, dropped from this season after delays caused by the fire damage to bikes and equipment at the Jerez test, has now also been removed from next year's schedule.

Valencia takes its place and, as this season, will be a double-header event (along with Misano).

The revised 2020 calendar thus features seven races at five different circuits, with Jerez and Assen hosting their first MotoE races.

Matteo Ferrari (TRENTINO Gresini MotoE) won this year's inaugural MotoE World Cup by eleven points over Bradley Smith (One Energy Racing), with Eric Granado (Avintia Esponsorama Racing) rising to third overall after winning both races at this year's Valencia finale.

All MotoE competitors will again use identical Energica machines in 2020.

The slim MotoE calendar, combined with 50-points at the season finale means next year's championship battle is almost guaranteed to go down to the Valencia finale once again...

UPDATED 2020 MotoE Calendar

Date
Venue
Country

03 May
Circuito de Jerez – Àngel Nieto
Spain

28 June
TT Circuit Assen
Netherlands

16 August
Red Bull Ring-Spielberg
Austria

12-13 September*
Misano World Circuit Marco Simoncelli
San Marino e della Riviera di Rimini

14-15 November*
Circuit Ricardo Tormo
Spain

* Two Races.

MotoGP 2020 Provisional Calendar

Round
Date
Race
Circuit

1
8 March
Qatar
Losail International Circuit

2
22 March
Thailand
Chang International Circuit

3
5 April
Americas
Circuit of the Americas

4
19 April
Argentina
Termas de Rio Hondo

5
3 May
Jerez
Circuito de Jerez - Angel Nieto

6
17 May
France
Le Mans

7
31 May
Italy
Mugello

8
7 June
Catalunya
Circuit de Barcelona - Catalunya 

9
21 June
Germany
Sachsenring

10
28 June
Netherlands
TT Circuit Assen

11
12 July
Finland*
KymiRing

12
9 August
Czech Republic**
Brno

13
16 August
Austria
Red Bull Ring - Spielberg

14
30 August
Great Britain
Silverstone

15
13 September
San Marino
Misano

16
4 October
Aragon
MotorLand Aragon

17
18 October
Japan
Motegi

18
25 October
Australia
Phillip Island

19
1 November
Malaysia
Sepang

20
15 November
Valencia
Comunitat Valenciana - Ricardo Tormo

*Subject to circuit homologation

**Subject to contract 

 

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