2020 Spanish MotoGP : The World Cup kicks off

Four months of delayed and after countless rounds canceled by the coronavirus crisis, the Premier Class World Championship starts this weekend with the 2020 Spanish MotoGP at the Jerez-Ángel Nieto Circuit. As is known, the Championship will start without public and with other severe security measures against the threat of the pandemic.

Derived from this situation, the updated MotoGP, which was meant to be the longest in history with 20 Grand Prixes, has been cut to 13. However, there are a few more rounds to confirm.

Once again, the great favorite for the appointment in Spain, where he won in 2018 and 2019, as well as to revalidate the crown is Marc Márquez. Fully recovered from shoulder surgery, the 93 is challenged to match the seven crowns of its arch-enemy Valentino Rossi, the most successful of all time.

Meanwhile, the runner-up of 2018, 2019 and 2020, Andrea Dovizioso, does not arrive at the event in perfect shape, since two weeks ago (June 28) he underwent surgery on his clavicle.

Likewise, the Yamaha satellite of Maverick Viñales and to a lesser extent the official of Rossi hope to give much war in the event in Cádiz.

2020 Spanish MotoGP: HRC Team

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