MXGP updated 2020 Calendar

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7/4/2020 2:25 AM

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7/4/2020 2:36 AM

cant wait to see MXGP again , dont care how or where ..its racing

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7/4/2020 3:10 AM

Week in Latvia, two weeks in Italy with a quick trip to UK, and week in Belgium. Seems like a nice holiday schedule with a 10 GPs to attend

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7/4/2020 4:27 AM

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7/4/2020 6:13 AM

No Finland. Boo. Well, I guess is Latvia trip for me.

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7/4/2020 6:15 AM

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I always had cooper pegged as a menthol guy but ok

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7/4/2020 6:52 AM

sende wrote:

No Finland. Boo. Well, I guess is Latvia trip for me.

Keep an eye on how many people will be allowed to spectate. At the moment it`s 1000.

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7/6/2020 2:11 PM

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How the hell could ANYBODY down vote that cute as a button little blond?!?!?! Sometimes Vitards amaze me.

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7/6/2020 2:38 PM

Wow, 3 Latvian and 3 Lommel rounds? The No 84 is sitting somewhere smiling.

Curious how tracks will recoup sanction fees with 1,000 spectators. Guessing the economics of the series are going to be different this year.

Hope this happens either way!

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7/6/2020 5:25 PM

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sorry for you rup......not catching that much !!!!
take another swing, you are supposed to do better than this !!!!! :-)

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7/7/2020 10:48 AM

Netherlands will host 2 pré-season international races, as warmup for the GP's. In Arnhem and Axel.
And Arnhem will probably host another GP during september.

So this won't be the last update to the calender smile

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7/7/2020 11:49 AM

LVB107 wrote:

Netherlands will host 2 pré-season international races, as warmup for the GP's. In Arnhem and Axel.
And Arnhem will probably host another GP during september.

So this won't be the last update to the calender smile

Most likely Turkey is also not going to happen.

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7/7/2020 4:41 PM

LVB107 wrote:

Netherlands will host 2 pré-season international races, as warmup for the GP's. In Arnhem and Axel.
And Arnhem will probably host another GP during september.

So this won't be the last update to the calender smile

Thanks for the info,do you have a link for theses two races?

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7/7/2020 4:48 PM

NorCal1975 wrote:

Wow, 3 Latvian and 3 Lommel rounds? The No 84 is sitting somewhere smiling.

Curious how tracks will recoup sanction fees with 1,000 spectators. Guessing the economics of the series are going to be different this year.

Hope this happens either way!

yes, it will be Herlings championship given the tracks suit him

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7/8/2020 4:52 AM

NorCal1975 wrote:

Wow, 3 Latvian and 3 Lommel rounds? The No 84 is sitting somewhere smiling.

Curious how tracks will recoup sanction fees with 1,000 spectators. Guessing the economics of the series are going to be different this year.

Hope this happens either way!

kiwifan wrote:

yes, it will be Herlings championship given the tracks suit him

He smokes the field in hard pack also. Latvia track is not as sandy and many riders go good there.

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7/9/2020 12:50 AM

LVB107 wrote:

Netherlands will host 2 pré-season international races, as warmup for the GP's. In Arnhem and Axel.
And Arnhem will probably host another GP during september.

So this won't be the last update to the calender smile

Are you doing the pre-season races and some GP's?

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7/9/2020 1:51 AM

LVB107 wrote:

Netherlands will host 2 pré-season international races, as warmup for the GP's. In Arnhem and Axel.
And Arnhem will probably host another GP during september.

So this won't be the last update to the calender smile

Bonanza69 wrote:

Thanks for the info,do you have a link for theses two races?

https://www.mxlarge.com/news/dutch-internationals-july-26-and-august-2

But Lelystad is Arnhem now

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7/9/2020 2:55 AM

Why not skip the single races and make it 2 or 3 gp's in 9 days at one track (or one region). And do that in 4 or 5 countries and call it a season?


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7/9/2020 4:20 AM

LVB107 wrote:

Netherlands will host 2 pré-season international races, as warmup for the GP's. In Arnhem and Axel.
And Arnhem will probably host another GP during september.

So this won't be the last update to the calender smile

Bonanza69 wrote:

Thanks for the info,do you have a link for theses two races?

https://www.motocrossplanet.com/2020/07/09/two-international-races-in-arnhem-and-axel/

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7/9/2020 12:15 PM

Thanks a lot guys!smile

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