In the latest Tank Slappers podcast, Autosport's Lewis Duncan and Motorsport.com's Oriol Puigdemont discuss Alex Rins' victory and the situation in the championship as just 15 points cover the top four, In the latest #ThinkingForward interview, Nathalie McGloin talks about helping people with disabilities make it into the world of motorsport, Speculation linking Sergio Perez with Williams next year will make for uncomfortable reading for George Russell. Speculation linking Sergio Perez with Williams next year will make for uncomfortable reading for George Russell. With MotoGP promoter Dorna Sports keen to run as many races as possible this year, it has decided the season will remain European-based until mid-November, with any flyaway races taking place after that if possible to do so. We thank you for your understanding.”. Takaaki Nakagami says the "incredible pressure" he felt from starting on pole for the first time led to his "stupid" crash on lap one of the MotoGP Teruel Grand Prix The tropical storm, the biggest of the year, is due to pass close to the Suzuka circuit. 1603642346 The FIM, IRTA and Dorna Sports regret to announce the cancellation of the Motul Grand Prix of Japan. Should MotoGP be able to take in any overseas races this season, they will be in any of Malaysia, America, Argentina and Thailand as the remaining flyaway events not cut from the 2020 schedule. © 2016 Dorna Sports SL. I very much thank Mobilityland for the support given to MotoGP. Motul Grand Prix of Japan cancelled F1, McLaughlin upbeat despite crash on IndyCar debut MotoGP, Pressure led to Nakagami's "stupid mistake" The controversial 'party modes', outlawed by the FIA this season, represent the peak of a development curve which began many years ago - but it was right to put an end to it, says PAT SYMONDS 1603646160 MotoGP, Binder penalised for Miller collision in Teruel GP Morbidelli had to go "all or nothing" in Teruel GP, Vinales: "Impossible" to close on Mir with 2020 Yamaha, Quartararo "lost everything" in Teruel GP. Experience it Live F1, How real is the Honda MotoGP threat at Aragon? F1, In his own words: The secret to Raikkonen's F1 longevity For this reason it has been decided, in consultation with Mobilityland, that the Motul Grand Prix of Japan cannot be held in 2020. Kaoru Tanaka, President, Mobilityland Corporation: “Mobilityland has been preparing for this year’s MotoGP Japanese Grand Prix, however the situations in Japan and Europe are unpredictable and the extension of the international travel ban is expected. We understand that this is a great disappointment for fans and all related parties. In the latest Tank Slappers podcast, Autosport's Lewis Duncan and Motorsport.com's Oriol Puigdemont discuss Alex Rins' victory and the situation in the championship as just 15 points cover the top four, McGloin: Kubica won't be last disabled F1 driver After earlier reports on Thursday, the sport has now confirmed that the races have been called-off due in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic. Ferrari Formula 1 team principal Mattia Binotto has rubbished any talk that Sebastian Vettel and Charles Leclerc are not getting equal machinery The Japanese Grand Prix is held at the popular Suzuka circuit, just along the south coast of the island. The home of MotoGP™ manufacturers Honda, Yamaha and Suzuki, Japan is vital to the global presence and success of MotoGP™. 2 min read Buy tickets to Formula 1 races with Autosport's preferred ticketing provider, Experience it Live The MotoGP™ family is working very hard to be able to re-start the racing season and hold as many events as possible, and in the safest way possible. Expert opinion. The ongoing Covid-19 pandemic has obliged the cancellation of the event, which was set to take place from the 16th to the 18th of October at the Twin Ring Motegi. F1, Crutchlow "felt snap" in shoulder in Teruel GP With Alex Marquez and Takaaki Nakagami finding form at the right time, can they pull off the latest MotoGP shock? Maverick Vinales says it's "impossible" to close down MotoGP championship leader Joan Mir with the current Yamaha after struggling to seventh in the Teruel Grand Prix 1603643060 Buy tickets to races with Autosport's preferred ticketing provider, McLaughlin upbeat despite crash on IndyCar debut 1603659047 by Motorcycle News. "For this reason, the FIM and Dorna, in consultation with IRTA [Teams' association] and MSMA [Manufacturers' association], have decided that, until mid-November, MotoGP will remain in Europe to do as many European MotoGP events as we are able to. Formula 1 has officially cancelled the Azerbaijan, Singapore and Japanese Grands Prix, with a range of alternative circuits set to be considered. Read or download today. 1603647506 MotoGP has announced that the 2020 Japanese Grand Prix at Motegi has been cancelled due to the coronavirus pandemic, with all overseas races on hold until mid-November. The qualifying session for the 17th race on the 2019 Formula 1 schedule, the Japanese Grand Prix, has been moved from Saturday to Sunday as a result of Typhoon Hagibis. 1603651247 Motul Grand Prix of Japan cancelled ... meaning we will not have a Japanese Grand Prix on the calendar for the first time since 1986. The COVID-19 pandemic has forced MotoGP to go on hiatus since the beginning of March, when it was only able to run the Moto2 and Moto3 races in Qatar after cancelling the MotoGP event. F1, Why a decades-old tradition had to be curtailed F1, Norris: Stroll "doesn't seem to learn" following crash Podcast: MotoGP Aragon Grand Prix review IndyCar, Dixon: Foyt's seven titles record "the goal" Since then, six further races have been cut completely for 2020, with the Japanese GP following the British, Australian, Dutch, German and Finnish GPs on the cancellation list. MotoGP has announced that the 2020 Japanese Grand Prix at Motegi has been cancelled due to the coronavirus pandemic, with all overseas races on hold until mid-November. 1603650407 The FIM, IRTA and Dorna Sports regret to announce the cancellation of the Motul Grand Prix of Japan. Toto Wolff says Mercedes was "robust" in keeping Valtteri Bottas on his planned strategy during Formula 1's Portuguese Grand Prix, despite his request for soft tyres in the final stint As a result of our discussions with Dorna, the managerial body of the series, we agreed that we have no choice but to cancel the Japanese GP in order to complete the season. The ongoing Covid-19 pandemic has obliged the cancellation of the event, which was set to take place from the 16th to the 18th of October at the Twin Ring Motegi. Continue. Kaoru Tanaka, President, Mobilityland Corporation: “Mobilityland has been preparing for this year’s MotoGP Japanese Grand Prix, however the situations in Japan and Europe are unpredictable and the extension of the international travel ban is expected. New issue out every week. 1603651117 MotoGP, Vinales: "Impossible" to close on Mir with 2020 Yamaha "We very much look forward to returning to Motegi next year.". 1603665070 Racing Point Formula 1 driver Sergio Perez has received his second reprimand of the Portuguese Grand Prix weekend after blocking Pierre Gasly towards the end of the race F1, Butcher handed reprimand for Ingram clash 1603661644 Technical insight. From a surprise struggler to victory contender, 2020 has been a rollercoaster of a campaign for Honda and its riders.
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