Rescheduled races in Barcelona and Le Mans follow, with a return to Spain for the final four races in October and November: two rounds at Aragón and another two in Valencia.
There will be no British Grand Prix.
As it stands, seven of the races will be held in Spain and five circuits will host two races each, which has forced organisers to be creative with race names; the Styrian GP, Teruel GP and Emilia Romagna Grand Prix all feature on the schedule.
A further four international races are provisionally listed on the calendar, without any dates. MotoGP is looking to confirm America, Argentina, Thailand and Malaysia by the end of July.
Revised 2020 MotoGP calendar
|19 July||Spanish GP||Jerez|
|26 July||Andalucían GP||Jerez|
|9 August||Czech Republic GP||Brno|
|16 August||Austrian GP||Red Bull Ring|
|23 August||Styrian GP||Red Bull Ring|
|13 September||San Marino GP||Misano|
|20 September||Emilia Romagna GP||Misano|
|27 September||Catalunya GP||Barcelona|
|11 October||French GP||Le Mans|
|18 October||Aragón GP||Aragón|
|25 October||Teruel GP||Aragón|
|8 November||European GP||Valencia|
|15 November||Comunitat Valenciana GP||Valencia|
|TBC||American GP||Circuit of the Americas|
|TBC||Argentinian GP||Rio Hondo|