Motogp 2020 The Calendar & Line Up


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Jan 16, 2003
Chiang Khong
2020 MotoGP Calendar
  1. 8 March 2020 Qatar GP Losail International Circuit
  2. 22 March 2020 Thai GP Chang International Circuit
  3. 5 April 2020 Americas GP Circuit of the Americas
  4. 19 April 2020 Argentina GP Termas de Rio Hondo
  5. 3 May 2020 Spanish GP Circuito de Jerez-Angel Nieto
  6. 17 May 2020 French GP Le Mans
  7. 31 May 2020 Italian GP Autodromo di Mugello
  8. 7 June 2020 Catalan GP Circuit de Barcelona-Catalunya
  9. 21 June 2020 German GP Sachsenring
  10. 28 June 2020 Dutch GP TT Circuit Assen
  11. 12 July 2020 Finnish GP Kymi Ring
  12. 9 August 2020 Czech GP Automotodrom Brno
  13. 16 August 2020 Austrian GP Red Bull Ring
  14. 30 August 2020 British GP Silverstone Circuit
  15. 13 September 2020 San Marino GP Misano World Circuit Marco Simoncelli
  16. 4 October 2020 Aragon GP MotorLand Aragon
  17. 18 October 2020 Japanese GP Twin Ring Motegi
  18. 25 October 2020 Australian GP Phillip Island Grand Prix Circuit
  19. 1 November 2020 Malaysian GP Sepang International Circuit
  20. 15 November 2020 Valencia GP Circuit Ricardo Tormo

The Riders
With Moto2 world champion Alex Marquez replacing the retiring Jorge Lorenzo at Repsol Honda and Johann Zarco heading to Avintai Ducati, the final 2020 MotoGP grid has been confirmed.

Alex Marquez replaces Lorenzo at Repsol Honda following his dramatic decision to retire at the end of the 2019 season with Johann Zarco staying on the MotoGP grid by replacing Karel Abraham at Avintia Ducati.

With Brad Binder moving from Tech3 to the factory KTM team, it fills a void left by Zarco alongside Espargaro. As a result, fellow rookie Iker Lecuona has now been signed to take over the South African's planned place at Tech3, alongside Oliveira.

Despite missing out on the Repsol Honda spot to Marquez, Zarco stays on the MotoGP grid after leaving KTM midway through this year with a move to Avintia Ducati to replace the axed Abraham. The French rider has signed a one-year deal directly with Ducati and will compete with a GP19 package.
Syahrin is switching back to Moto2 next year, riding for the Angel Nieto Team.

Rabat is currently the only rider to have a deal in place beyond the end of 2020.

Repsol Honda:
Marc Marquez (End of 2020)
Alex Marquez (End of 2020)
Jorge Lorenzo retired at the end of 2019

Monster Yamaha:
Maverick Vinales (End of 2020)
Valentino Rossi (End of 2020)

Ducati Team:
Andrea Dovizioso (End of 2020)
Danilo Petrucci (End of 2020)

Alex Rins (End of 2020)
Joan Mir (End of 2020)

Red Bull KTM:
Pol Espargaro (End of 2020)
Brad Binder (End of 2020)
Johann Zarco (End of 2020)

Aprilia Gresini:
Aleix Espargaro (End of 2020)
Andrea Iannone (End of 2020)

Tech3 KTM:
Miguel Oliveira (KTM contract, end of 2020)
Iker Lecuona (KTM contract, End of 2020)
Hafizh Syahrin (Tech3 contract, ended 2019)

LCR Honda:
Cal Crutchlow (HRC contract, end of 2020)
Takaaki Nakagami (HRC contract, end of 2020)

Pramac Ducati:
Francesco Bagnaia (Ducati contract, end of 2020)
Jack Miller (Ducati contract, end of 2020)

Avintia Racing
Johann Zarco (Ducati contract, end of 2020)
Tito Rabat (End of 2021)
Karel Abraham (Retired at the end of 2019)

Petronas Yamaha Sepang Team:
Franco Morbidelli (End of 2020)
Fabio Quartararo (End of 2020)