The Riders’Land from Romagna returns to the racetrack, on 13 and 20 September, with two MotoGP Grand Prix races

Published on: 15 June 2020

The engines are roaring again in the heart of Romagna, the Riders' Land does not stop. It doubles with two races of the 2020 World Championship, both held at the Misano World Circuit named after the unforgettable Marco Simoncelli, the 'Sic'.

The first race, the Grand Prix of San Marino and the Riviera of Rimini, is scheduled on the weekend of 11-13 September. The second race, (big news of 2020), will be the Grand Prix of Emilia-Romagna and the Riviera of Rimini, on the weekend of 18-20 September.

Two Grands Prix that will take place in compliance with all safety regulations, and therefore - at the moment - without a live audience, but with the hope that the stands of the Misano World Circuit will be able to welcome at least some audience in September. An international television coverage is already guaranteed (over 600 journalists from 33 countries and a worldwide audience of one billion fans last year).

Info: Misano World Circuit