“Besides that, the difficulties of this exceptional period they did not allow us to find a new useful date. We thank all the fans for the support shown in these months, and we postpone the appointment with the MotoGP to 2021 “.
Carmelo Ezpeleta, CEO of Dorna Sports, added: “We are sorry very failed to put this event back on the new calendar. “
“For us it is a great loss, being the Mugello one of the most beautiful tracks in the worldas well as home of the Italian Grand Prix. From Dorna, thanks to everyone for the understanding and patience shown. In 2021 this will be a memorable MotoGP Grand Prix. ”
Mugello has always been included in the MotoGP programs in the past 30 years. The Tuscan track hosted its first Motogp event in 1976 and became a fixture on the calendar in 1991.
A few weeks ago the president of the Tuscan regional council Eugenio Giani during a conference he said: “Even if it will be a sacrifice to do it behind closed doors, we should mobilize the Metropolitan City of Florence, the Tuscany Region and all the sports institutions to maintain, even in a situation like this year, Mugello among the twelve Motorcycle Grand Prix to be held “.
“Problems will arise if this number of twelve Grand Prix, contracting, was limited, but this is an international issue and does not concern us, and in case we would take note of it – added Giani -. We have to do everything for the Italian GP to take place in the Mugello racetrack, I consider it essential even if this time it will involve, rather than resources, a commitment of sponsorship and assistance and therefore more costs than revenues. Prestige and meaning the Mugello circuit has its own in motorcycling makes this important Grand Prix, so we will all close organization of the Mugello GP even if you were to play behind closed doors. Woe to miss what it represents for years the emblem and symbol of motorcycling in Italy“.
SPORTAL.IT | 10-06-2020 14:13