COVID-19 hits race schedules Magny Cours and Jerez are postponed

 COVID-19 hits race schedules Magny Cours and Jerez are postponed

The spread of the virus called COVID-19 and the restrictive decisions decided by some Nations .

FIM Superbike World Championships and Supersport 2020

Especially concerning both land and air transport, have forced the FIM. The circuit representatives and.

The Dorna WSBK Organization to further changes to the calendar of the FIM Superbike World Championships and Supersport 2020.

The next round that should have been held in Jerez de la Frontera in Spain from 27 to March 29th was moved to the Andalusian racetrack over the weekend of 23 – 25 October.

Change in Calendars is expected

The round of Magny Cours that was supposed to be the penultimate of the season and. Initially scheduled for September 25-27 is moved from October 2nd to 4th.

It is not known at the moment when the Qatar races will be recovered.

The next scheduled round is scheduled for Assen in the Netherlands from April 17th to 19th.

There are no restrictions at the moment of the Dutch government towards Italian citizens. And flights to and from Italy are confirmed.

The spread of the COVID-19 virus and decisions taken by individual countries .Concerning land and air transportation has obliged the FIM .

Circuit managers, and the Dorna WSBK Organization to make further changes to .The 2020 FIM Superbike and Supersport World Championship calendars.

The next round, which should have taken place at Jerez de la Frontera in Spain from 27-29 March .

Has been moved to the weekend of 23-25 ​​October, at the same Andalusian track.

The Magny-Cours round, which should have been the penultimate event of the season.

And was initially scheduled for 25-27 September, is postponed until 2-4 October.

It is not yet known when the previously postponed Qatar races will be held.
The next round on the calendar is set to take place at Assen in The Netherlands from 17 to April 19th.

The Dutch government has not yet introduced any. Restrictions regarding travel by Italian citizens, and flights to and from Italy continue to operate at present.

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