MotoGP – Formula 1 | This will be the circuit that Madrid wants to have


It is a dream that can come true. This Thursday an extraordinary plenary session will be held in Morata de Tajuña (Madrid) to approve the start of negotiations for the town to host a Formula 1 and MotoGP event, classifying it as an initiative of public and social interest.

According to the newspaper ABC, the project was born from a group of businessmen who want to return the engine tests to the southeast of Madrid. If it succeeds, it would be the first to be done in the region since the Jarama was built in 1967 and will mean an investment of 12 million euros for a town of just 7,000 inhabitants.

Sources close to the project assure that they have been creating this idea for more than five years and see with good eyes that it can be fulfilled. The Morata de Tajuña City Council supports them in this initiative.

Both from the Community of Madrid and from the City Council of the capital as well they are optimistic with the project, two Grand Prizes that would bring with it various investments.

The MotoGP riders are in full preseason with their sights set on the next tests and the start of the World Championship on the Qatari night on March 28. It will be a championship where Joan Mir defends the title and Marc Márquez – already recovered from his shoulder injury – tries to regain the champion’s crown.

The final calendar has been approved just a few days ago and – if the coronavirus does not make further changes – it will be established as follows:

28 Marzo: Qatar: Losail International Circuit

4 Abril: Doha: Losail International Circuit

18 Abril: Portugal: Algarve International Circuit

May 2: Spain: Jerez Circuit

May 16: France: Le Mans

30 Mayo: Italy: Mugello circuit

June 6: Catalonia: Barcelona – Catalonia

June 20: Germany: Sachsenring

June 27: The Netherlands: TT Circuit Assen

July 11: Finland: KymiRing

15 Agosto: Austria: Red Bull Ring – Spielberg

August 29: Great Britain: Silverstone Circuit

September 12: Aragon: MotorLand Aragon

19 September: San Marino and the Rimini Riviera: Misano World Circuit

October 3: Japan: Twin Ring Motegi

October 10: Thailand: International Circuit

24 Octubre: Australia: Phillip Island

October 31: Malaysia: Sepang International Circuit

November 14: Valencian Community: Ricardo Tormo Circuit


Source: Cuatro – Noticias de última hora, deportes, programas y series by www.cuatro.com.

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