MotoGP bosses have this afternoon announced that the 2020 Mugello round has been cancelled.
The spectacular track never fails to deliver some incredible races, and always in front of one of the most passionate and vibrant crowds of the season.
Mugello The track hosted its first MotoGP event in 1976 and became a permanent fixture on the calendar in 1991, making 2020 the first time in nearly 30 years that the Tuscan track will not host a Grand Prix.
“Despite the communal effort made to find a practical solution, the impossibility of staging an event that is open to spectators, as well as the difficulties that have arisen from this exceptional situation, have not allowed us to find a new date for the Italian Grand Prix,” said Paolo Poli, CEO of Mugello Circuit.
“I would like to thank all of our fans who have supported and encouraged us during these months, and invite them back to Mugello in 2021 for what will be, as always, one of the most iconic events of the season.”