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The 2020 DTM season will kick off at the Spa-Francorchamps circuit after the cancellation of the Norisring rounds was made official on Friday.
The planned DTM season opener at Norisring is set to be cancelled after the city of Nuremberg denied permission for the race to go ahead as planned next month.
The DTM has announced a revised 2020 calendar amid the coronavirus pandemic, with Spa-Francorchamps becoming a surprise late addition to the schedule.
Rally Finland has become the latest major motorsport event to be cancelled due to the coronavirus pandemic, delaying the resumption of the 2020 WRC season even further.
The DTM is in a race against time to ensure its survival beyond the current year, but it cannot expect a bailout from SUPER GT's manufacturers, despite the two series agreeing to share a common ruleset.
Renault Formula 1 junior Christian Lundgaard will make a wildcard appearance in the Supercars All Stars Eseries on Wednesday, driving a Ford Mustang for Kelly Racing.
The World Rally Championship has pledged to wait until the last minute before cancelling any of its remaining rallies, and remains confident of hosting at least four more events before the end of the year.
The World Superbike Championship has issued an update on the 2020 calendar amid the coronavirus crisis, with the first round since the Phillip Island season opener now locked in for early August.
The MotoGP races at Silverstone and Phillip Island have been called off, bringing the total number of race cancellations in 2020 up to five.
The WTCR has issued an updated calendar for the 2020 season, featuring a condensed run of six rounds in Europe.
James Courtney will return to the Supercars All Stars Eseries as a wildcard later today, driving a Boost Mobile-backed Ford Mustang.
Jorge Martin and Enea Bastianini have emerged as leading candidates to earn a MotoGP graduation with Pramac Ducati in 2021, should Jack Miller move up to the factory team next year.
Honda has rubbished allegations made by Ducati test rider Michele Pirro that it was responsible for the ban on wildcard entries in MotoGP this season.
The chances of DTM’s survival beyond 2020 are “dwindling day-by-day” following the successive exits of R-Motorsport Aston Martin and Audi from the series, according to five-time race winner Timo Glock.