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Crash.net has put together a series of MotoGP quizzes to help pass the time while awaiting the start of the 2020 season, click on the title below to play the others:

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Quiz: Can you name these MotoGP circuits?

Quiz: Guess the MotoGP bike

Quiz: How well do you know the Argentina MotoGP?

Quiz: Name the riders with the most MotoGP wins

Quiz: Connect the MotoGP track to the country

Quiz: Which MotoGP rider are you?

Quiz: Name each of the MotoGP riders from the clues

After a series of postponements and cancellations, a proposal will be made to the Spanish Government to start the 2020 MotoGP season with two races at Jerez, in July.

The sport is then aiming for around 12 races in Europe, again with two consecutive races likely at most venues, with any overseas rounds seen as a bonus...

Latest 2020 MotoGP Calendar (including free weekends)

Round

Date

Race

Circuit

 

8 March

Qatar (MotoGP cancelled)

Losail

 

17 May

France (postponed)

Le Mans

 

31 May

Italy (postponed)

Mugello

 

7 June

Catalunya (postponed)

Barcelona

 

21 June

Germany (cancelled)

Sachsenring

 

28 June

Netherlands (cancelled)

Assen

 

12 July

Finland (cancelled)

KymiRing

 

30 August

Great Britain (cancelled)

Silverstone

 

25 October

Australia (cancelled)

Phillip Island

 

18 October

Japan (cancelled)

Motegi

 

15 July

Official Test (proposed)

Jerez

1

19 July

Spain (proposed)

Jerez (rescheduled)

2

26 July

Andalusia (proposed)

Jerez

 

2 August

 

 

3

9 August

Czech Republic

Brno

4

16 August

Austria

Red Bull Ring

 

23 August

  
 

30 August

  
 

6 September

  

5

13 September

San Marino

Misano

 

20 September

  

6

27 September

Aragon

Aragon (rescheduled)

7

4 October

Thailand

Buriram (rescheduled)

 

11 October

  
 

18 October

  
 

25 October

  

8

1 November

Malaysia

Sepang

 

8 November

  

9

15 November

Americas

COTA (rescheduled)

10

22 November

Argentina

Termas de Rio Hondo (rescheduled)

11

29 November

Valencia

Ricardo Tormo (rescheduled)

 

6 December

 

 

 

13 December

 

Mid-December cut-off for races outside Europe

 

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