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Andrea Iannone: Italian MotoGP rider has doping ban increased after appeal (2020)

Aprilia had backed Iannone during the Cas proceedings



Italian MotoGP rider Andrea Iannone, who had appealed against an 18-month doping ban, has had his suspension increased to four years.

The 30-year-old was provisionally suspended last December after testing positive for a banned anabolic steroid at the Malaysia Grand Prix.

Read more: Andrea Iannone: Italian MotoGP rider has doping ban increased after appeal (2020)

Vietnamese Grand Prix dropped from 2021 F1 schedule (2020)

The Hanoi track that was to have staged the Vietnamese Grand Prix



The Vietnamese Grand Prix has been dropped from the 2021 Formula 1 calendar, BBC Sport has learned.

It raises doubts that the race, due to make its debut in April before it was called off because of the coronavirus pandemic, will ever take place.

Read more: Vietnamese Grand Prix dropped from 2021 F1 schedule (2020)

Bahrain GP: Spectators to be limited to frontline health workers (2020)

Lewis Hamilton won the 2019 Bahrain Grand Prix



Bahrain's two Grands Prix this season will be held "predominantly without spectators" as a result of coronavirus.

The Bahrain International Circuit (BIC) said there would be "a limited number" of seats for "families of frontline health workers and first responders".

Read more: Bahrain GP: Spectators to be limited to frontline health workers (2020)

European MotoGP: Championship leader Joan Mir wins in Valencia (2020)

Suzuki's Joan Mir won his first race since 2017 as team-mate Alex Rins came second



Joan Mir has extended his Championship lead after winning his first race since 2017 at the European MotoGP.

Spaniard Mir, who began the race in Valencia in fifth place, looked supreme as he became the ninth different race winner of the season.

Read more: European MotoGP: Championship leader Joan Mir wins in Valencia (2020)

Formula 1: Saudi Arabia rejects criticism as debut race in 2021 confirmed (2020)

Sports Minister HRH Prince Abdulaziz bin Turki Al Faisal



Saudi Arabia has rejected criticism after it was confirmed it would host its first Formula 1 race in 2021.

The Arab kingdom will make its debut on the grand prix calendar next year with a night-time street race in Jeddah as part of a "long-term partnership" announced by the sport.

Read more: Formula 1: Saudi Arabia rejects criticism as debut race in 2021 confirmed (2020)


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