Indonesia rules out canceling 2022 MotoGP stage: ‘The show must go on’

Indonesia rules out canceling 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, the MotoGP calendar will have some news, including the entry of the Indonesian Grand Prix, in Mandalika, on March 20. It was due to debut last year, but the Covid-19 pandemic has prevented the races from happening on the Asian continent.

For 2022, Indonesia’s rulers are confident that the event will be held, despite the new rise in cases around the world. The country is currently barring entry to travelers from 14 countries that have several cases of the Ômicron variant, such as France, the United Kingdom and South Africa. However, the situation can be revised up to the MotoGP stage.

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Mandalika Circuit opened in November 2021 (Photo: WSBK)

“The show must go on. We will be very strict with health protocols. We understand people’s needs and will adopt rules that allow us to say the show will go on while we, at the same time, said Sandiaga Ono, Minister of Tourism for Asian Countries,”

The Mandalika Circuit opened in November 2021, for the stage of the World Superbike Championship. Organizers expect about 100,000 people to attend the motorbike weekend, with the hotel section practically filled with the event.

Indonesia is currently in a good position in controlling the epidemic. According to the World Health Organization (WHO), the country recorded only 793 new cases and 5 deaths related to Covid-19 in the past 24 hours.

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