Indonesia denies cancellation of 2022 MotoGP stage: “The show must go on”

Indonesia denies cancellation of 2022 MotoGP stage: "The show must go on"

Mandalika hopes to host MotoGP for the first time in 2022

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In 2022, there will be some news in the MotoGP calendar including the entry of the Indonesian GP in Mandalika on 20 March. The debut was supposed to take place last year, but the Covid-19 pandemic halted the race on the Asian continent.

For 2022, Indonesia’s rulers are confident of holding the event, despite new high cases around the world. Currently, the country is blocking the entry of travelers from 14 countries who have had multiple cases of the micron variant, such as France, the United Kingdom and South Africa. However, the situation can be reviewed up to the stage of the Motorcycle World Championship. ,

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The Mandalika Circuit opened in November 2021 (Photo: WSBK)

“The show must go on. We are going to be very strict with the sanitary protocol. We understand the needs of the people and we are going to adopt rules that allow us to say that the show will go on as long as we are, at the same time, careful”, said the Asian country’s tourism minister, Sandiaga Uno.

The Mandalika circuit was opened in November 2021, for stage one of the Superbike World Championship. With organizers expecting around 100,000 people for the MotoGP weekend, the hotel section is practically full for the event.

Indonesia is currently facing a good situation to control the epidemic. According to the World Health Organization (WHO), only 793 new cases and 5 deaths related to Kovid-19 have been reported in the country in the last 24 hours.

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