WorldSBK 2020: Lauretana Water Qatar Round to be rescheduled due to Coronavirus concerns

External go back and forth restrictions which have been established international because of the outbreak of Coronavirus has pressured the postponement of Round 2 of the MOTUL FIM Superbike World Championship 2020 (WorldSBK 2020).

The reputable announcement made through the FIM and Dorna WSBK Organization reads thus:

“The FIM and Dorna WSBK Organization regret to announce that the Lauretana Water Qatar Round of the MOTUL FIM Superbike World Championship is to be postponed until further notice.”

“As the global coronavirus outbreak continues, travel restrictions to Qatar have been enforced, primarily affecting passengers from Italy, amongst others. People arriving directly from the country or who have been in Italy in the past two weeks will be taken directly to quarantine for a minimum of 14 days.”

“Italian participation in WorldSBK – both on track and off – is vital, thus the decision has been taken to postpone the Lauretana Water Qatar Round until further notice.”

“Further updates will be published in due course.”

The WorldSBK 2020 is, in reality now not the one wearing match raveled through the outbreak of Coronavirus.

News stories had claimed that consistent with more than a few resources from Italy, all wearing occasions within the nation might be suspended for a a minimum of month, whilst the likes of UEFA Euro Cup 2020 in soccer and the Tokyo Olympics 2020 are all going through the specter of getting cancelled.