The never-before-seen schedule suggests that Italy will go ahead with one of its most renowned sporting events in 2020.

However, it comes at the loss of the Mugello Grand Prix which was officially cancelled last week.

Each year, Italy hosts two MotoGP events at different circuits.

The Mugello Grand Prix, which is located at Tuscany falls mid-season and is often scheduled at the end of May.

The event was previously postponed due to the ongoing outbreak of coronavirus, but MotoGP calendar changes ultimately saw its cancellation.

It marks the first time Mugello has not hosted a Grand Prix in almost 30 years, after becoming a permanent fixture on the MotoGP calendar in 1991.

Instead, Italy’s San Marino Grand Prix – which traditionally takes place in September – is one of a handful of races that has maintained its original date in the 2020 calendar.

San Marino will host two races one week after another in order to reduce the movement of teams and maintain protocol during this uncertain period.

Four other circuits will host back-to-back MotoGP races to hurry along the calendar, which has not seen one MotoGP event take place in 2020.

The original calendar for 2020 included 20 circuits located in 17 countries.

Australia is among several other countries that have cancelled their MotoGP event. 

The revised calendar aims to complete 13 MotoGP races in five countries which does not include four races pending outside of Europe to take place by December 13.

“We need to decide which of the races to do, if all of them are possible, and we will decide which races we will have outside Europe,” Dorna CEO Carmelo Ezpeleta said of the revised calendar.

If all goes well, the 2020 MotoGP season is set to take off on July 19.

Revised 2020 MotoGP Calendar

July 19 – Spain (Circuito de Jerez-Angel Nieto)

July 26 – Spain (Circuito de Jerez-Angel Nieto)

August 9 – Czech Republic (Automotodrom Brno)

August 16 – Austria (Red Bull Ring-Spielberg)

August 23 – Austria (Red Bull Ring-Spielberg)

September 13 – Italy, San Marino (Misano World Circuit Marco Simoncelli)

September 20 – Italy, San Marino (Misano World Circuit Marco Simoncelli)

September 27 – Spain, Barcelona (Circuit de Barcelona-Catalunya)

October 11 – France (Le Mans)

October 18 – Spain, Aragon (MotorLand Aragon)

October 25 – Spain, Aragon (MotorLand Aragon)

November 8 – Spain, Valencia (Circuit Ricardo Tromo)

November 15 – Spain, Valencia (Circuit Ricardo Tromo)

Pending Races (to be confirmed by July 31)

Americas GP

Argentina GP

Thailand GP

Malaysia GP

Cancelled MotoGP Races for 2020

Qatar GP 

Italy GP (Mugello)

German GP 

Netherlands GP

Finland GP

Great Britain GP

Japanese GP

Australian GP