- Japanese GP canceled
- Waiting on Spanish government to approve back-to-back races at Jerez
- Seven races canceled so far this year due to coronavirus
The 2020 MotoGP season lost another race on Monday when the Japanese Grand Prix was cancelled.
The first 11 races of the season have been either postponed or cancelled due to the coronavirus pandemic.
MotoGP organisers Dorna are awaiting Spanish government approval to start the truncated season with back-to-back races at the Jerez circuit on July 19 and 26.
Aside from the proposed double act at Jerez, three other races -- France, Italy and Catalonia -- are also awaiting a confirmed slot in a season that was due to have begun in Qatar in March.
July 19: Spanish Grand Prix at Jerez (to be confirmed)
July 26: Grand Prix of Andalusia at Jerez (to be confirmed)
August 9: Czech Grand Prix at Brno
August 16: Austrian Grand Prix at Spielberg's Red Bull Ring
September 13: San Marino Grand Prix at Misano
September 27: Aragon Grand Prix at Alcaniz
October 4: Thailand Grand Prix at Buriram
November 1: Malaysian Grand Prix at Sepang
November 15: Grand Prix of the Americas at Austin, Texas
November 22: Argentinian Grand Prix at Termas de Rio Hondo
November 29: Valencia Grand Prix at Ricardo Tormo circuit
Qatar Grand Prix at Losail
German Grand Prix at Sachsenring
Dutch Grand Prix at Assen
Finnish Grand Prix at KymiRing
British Grand Prix at Silverstone
Japanese Grand Prix at Motegi
Australian Grand Prix at Phillip Island