ITALIAN GRAND PRIX ON APRIL 5 IS CANCELED—RESCHEDULED TO JULY 19 BECAUSE OF THE CORONAVIRUS OUTBREAK IN ITALY

Trentino is a beautiful racetrack, but it will be empty on April 5, 2020.

Because of the virulent coronavirus outbreak in Northern, Italy, the April 5, 2020 Italian Grand Prix in Trentino, Trentino, Italy, has been canceled. A new date for Trentino has be set for July 19. Although generated in Wuhan, China, Italy is the European nation with the most virus cases—largely because of travelers who were in China or in contact with other traveler who were in China. Sporting events across Northern Italy have been cancelled and the Italian government wants all public events, especially those that draw large crowds to be suspended until April 3, 2020.  Under these circumstances the FIM, the local promoter and the authorities in Trentino agreed on the later July date. Italy has three GPs in 2020. The rest of the 2020 World Motocross Championship calendar is unchanged, but being re-examined daily and the FIM is prepared to postpone other events if necessary.

REVISED 2020 FIM MOTOCROSS WORLD CHAMPIONSHIP
Mar. 1…Great Britain
Mar. 8…Holland
Mar. 22…Neuquen, Argentina
Apr. 19…Spain
Apr. 26…Portugal
May 10…France
May 17…Italy #1
May 24…Germany
June 7…Russia
June 14…Latvia
June 28…Jakarta, Indonesia
July 5…Palembang, Indonesia
July. 19…Italy #2
July 26…Czech Republic
Aug. 2…Belgium
Aug. 16…Sweden
Aug. 23…Finland
Sept. 6.…Turkey
Sept. 13…Shanghai, China
Sept. 20…Italy #3

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