MotoGP 2020 calendar: The dates, the circuits and how to watch on TV with BT Sport

The fastest show on two wheels finally returns and here are the dates for your diary with every MotoGP race exclusively live on BT Sport.

Published: 23 July 2020 - 5.35pm
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MotoGP is back! The fastest show on two wheels returns in July and as ever, every race is live and exclusive on BT Sport.

A revised calendar of 13 European rounds has been confirmed, with four flyaways potentially being added at the end of the year.

Every session from all three classes will be available to watch on TV or to live stream via the BT Sport app and on bt.com/sport, with our expert team keeping you across it all.

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Racing finally resumes on Sunday 19 July, with Jerez hosting two races over two weekends to begin the 2020 season.

After a week off we head to Brno, before back-to-back races at the Austrian Red Bull Ring in August.

Three weeks later, the Misano World Circuit Marco Simoncelli will host consecutive races in San Marino with the Catalunya GP a week later.

On Sunday 11 October we head to Le Mans before the circus moves back to Spain, in Aragon and Valencia, for four successive meets to end the European swing.

Four more races could take place outside of Europe between Sunday 22 November and Sunday 13 December, subject to extenuating circumstances.

America, Argentina, Thailand and Malaysia are standing by to host races this season, with confirmation expected before Friday 31 July.

We'll build up to every race with full and uninterrupted coverage of every Free Practice and Warm Up session. We’ll also, of course, be showing every Moto2 and Moto3 session - including the races - in full .

And after you catch your breath, Chequered Flag will round up the weekend's talking points with the very best analysis from our pundits and high-profile guests.

Strap yourselves in because MotoGP is back on BT Sport – and we cannot wait for the full throttle action to return.