Goodbye to Rossi twice

A year and a half ago, the World Cup plans began to change, especially in an Asian continent that is once again the great victim of the coronavirus. MotoGP runs out of a treble for the second year in a row after the cancellation of the Malaysian GP, Something does not take the World Cup caravan by surprise since the cancellation of the Thai GP left the ideal setting for it. After the loss of Japan, the Buriram appointment was also missed and the visit to Sepang represented an unsustainable effort both for Dorna and for the factories, which has finally ended up defeating the grand prize: “The current pandemic of the COVID-19 and the consequent travel complications and logistical restrictions have meant that it has not been possible to confirm the viability of the event at this time, and therefore it will not appear in the 2021 calendar“.

The Malaysian date, scheduled for October 22-24 on the calendar, hopes to return to action in 2022. But until then, the most viable solution the organizer has found is to visit Misano twice… and with Austin in between. There will be a double in San Mario, with the date of the first grand prize intact (it will be held from September 17 to 19) and Valentino Rossi will have the opportunity to say goodbye to his audience for a double part. The Italian will hang up his helmet at the end of the season and will have a very emotional goodbye in which he will not miss his audience.

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