Ten MotoGP races ‘enough for a world championship’ says Ducati boss

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Ducati MotoGP boss Paolo Ciabbati thinks the world championship can survive on as little as eight to ten races in 2020 and that it won’t get going before August.

Ciabatti has been studying the coronavirus infection data and thinks that no racing can take place before the end of July but that all the teams have to be flexible and pay attention to what it going on.

“As soon as we see the green light on the horizon, we will get ready to march. We have to prepare for every scenario and have to deal with exceptional circumstances,” said Ciabatti.

“Therefore you will have to make exceptions, also from the world association. Eight, nine or ten races are certainly enough to call it the World Cup.”