MotoGP is back on the 2020 schedule after a hiatus break due to Covid-19. The MotoGP 2020 revised schedule will consist of 17 rounds, which will be played between July and December. The four races will take place outside Europe which will be officially confirmed at the end of July. See the full schedule below:
|Spanish Grand Prix||Jerez||19 July 2020|
|Andalucian Grand Prix||Jerez||26 July 2020|
|Czech Republic Grand Prix||Brno||9 August 2020|
|Austrian Grand Prix||Red Bull Ring||16 August 2020|
|Styrian Grand Prix||Red Bull Ring||23 August 2020|
|San Marino Grand Prix||Misano||13 September 2020|
|Emilia Romagna Grand Prix||Misano||20 September 2020|
|Catalunya Grand Prix||Barcelona||27 September 2020|
|French Grand Prix||Le Mans||11 October 2020|
|Aragon Grand Prix||Aragon||18 October 2020|
|Teruel Grand Prix||Aragon||25 October 2020|
|European Grand Prix||Valencia||8 November 2020|
|Comunitat Valenciana Grand Prix||Valencia||15 November 2020|
|American Grand Prix||Circuit of the Americas||TBA|
|Argentinian Grand Prix||Rio Hondo||TBA|
|Thai Grand Prix||Chang||TBA|
|Malaysian Grand Prix||Sepang||TBA|
The MotoGP season-opening race Red Bull Grand Prix of Spain will be held in Spain at the Circuito de Jerez – Angel Nieto on 19 July 2020 and on 26 July 2020 Andalusian Red Bull Grand Prix will happen at the same track. After a weekend we will start the Monster Energy Grand Prix of the Czech Republic at Brno in the Czech Republic, ahead of the myWorld Motorbike Grand Prix of Austria and the Grand Prix of Styria will be held at the Red Bull Ring in Austria.
Misano World Circuit Marco Simoncelli will host the MotoGP round 6 and 7 three weeks later such as San Marino Grand Prix and the Grand Prix of Emilia Romagna. The newly scheduled Monster Energy Grand Prix of Catalonia will be held at Circuit de Barcelona after one week.
The SHARK Helmets French Grand Prix 2020 rescheduled for 11 October 2020 will be held at Le Mans in France. The 4th double-header season racing will happen after one week in Aragon such as the Gran Premio Michelin® de Aragon and the Gran Premio de Teruel. The two European events will take place after the two weeks at the Circuit Ricardo Tormo includes European Grand Prix start on 8 November and the Motul Grand Prix of the Valencian Community on 15 November 2020.