Crash.net has been covering the MotoGP World Championship since before the name even existed!

When Crash.net started in 1999 the premier-class was still known as 500cc, supported by the 250 and 125cc World Championships.

That was the year that saw Mick Doohan's title run ended by injury and Repsol Honda team-mate Alex Criville step-up to claim Spain's very first premier-class title, over Suzuki's Kenny Roberts Jr.

Meanwhile, a certain rising star by the name of Valentino Rossi took glory in the 250cc class, with Emilio Alzamora lifting the 125GP crown.

A lot has changed since then - but whether it's 500cc or MotoGP, 250 or Moto2, 125 or Moto3, two-stroke or four-stroke, there's still nothing quite like motorcycle grand prix.

With that in mind, Crash.net has created a new MotoGP-only Instagram account: @crashnet_motogp

Until now, Instagram content from the countless championships we cover has all been merged under @crashnet_ .

But this new account is just for MotoGP fans and adds to our well-known Crash.net MotoGP Facebook and Twitter social media accounts.

So check-out @crashnet_motogp on Instagram, where we'll be keeping the pictures and videos flowing while we wait for racing to begin...

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

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Latest 2020 MotoGP Calendar (including free weekends)

Round

Date

Race

Circuit

1

8 March

Qatar (no MotoGP class)

Losail

2

3 May

Spain (postponed)

Jerez

3

17 May

France

Le Mans

 

24 May

 

 

4

31 May

Italy

Mugello

5

7 June

Catalunya

Barcelona

 

14 June

 

 

6

21 June

Germany

Sachsenring

7

28 June

Netherlands

Assen

 

5 July

 

 

8

12 July

Finland

KymiRing (Subject to circuit homologation)

 

19 July

 

 

 

26 July

 

 

 

2 August

 

 

9

9 August

Czech Republic

Brno

10

16 August

Austria

Red Bull Ring

 

23 August

 

 

11

30 August

Great Britain

Silverstone

 

6 September

 

 

12

13 September

San Marino

Misano

 

20 September

 

 

13

27 September

Aragon

Aragon

14

4 October

Thailand

Buriram

 

11 October

 

 

15

18 October

Japan

Motegi

16

25 October

Australia

Phillip Island

17

1 November

Malaysia

Sepang

 

8 November

 

 

18

15 November

Americas

Circuit of the Americas

19

22 November

Argentina

Termas de Rio Hondo

20

29 November

Valencia

Ricardo Tormo

 

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