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How coronavirus has thrown MotoGP silly season wide open

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How coronavirus has thrown MotoGP silly season wide open
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Apr 20, 2020, 1:37 PM

While certain key players are tied down for the foreseeable future, there remain significant question marks about the 2021 MotoGP rider roster, and the indefinite pause resulting from the coronavirus pandemic has created further complications

It is impossible to make a best guess about the impact the COVID-19 outbreak will have on the professional sporting landscape in general, but the signs coming from the various disciplines are alarming to say the least.

With practically all activity currently on standby and total uncertainty regarding when and how anything can resume, the majority of experts seem to be in agreement that outside of the devastating loss of life caused by the virus, the virus' biggest impact will be on the global economy.

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Author Oriol Puigdemont