And Formula 1, and MotoGP continue to cancel and move stage by stage, and the situation with coronavirus in the world, most likely, will not allow the two racing series to conduct the current season.
However, as a contingency plan, both series have already considered the holding of multiple races on one track to gain at least some number of Grand Prix.
Previously, the Silverstone circuit has offered the f-1 conduct at least 2 stages on the legendary track – clockwise and against.
Similar thoughts have MotoGP.
“I see no possibility to find at least 10 countries to spend 10 stages in a more or less normal conditions. But looks quite realistic option with races in 5 countries, but on each track to spend 2 Grand Prix”.
“Just for example, take the Sepang or any other track. You can arrange to stay in a particular country for 10 days and spend 2 of the race,” said sports Director of team Ducati.