David Luongo – Editorial – June 2020

First of all I hope all of you and your family, beloved and friends are in good health.

It looks like that slowly we are seeing the light at the end of the tunnel. The last days have been positive in many countries especially in Europe, where the new Covid19 cases are going down drastically. Some countries have already decided to slowly re-open their industries, restaurants and public areas with some restrictions, but it is very promising for the upcoming months. We all hope that the worst is behind us now.

On top of that, the beginning of summertime will see the opening of the beaches, lakes and seaside areas, and the next step should be to allow public events to take place again. MXGP should follow the same dynamic and we are still very confident to be able to run the championship from August. For sure the most important thing is to be able to travel, organize and host safely all the MXGP family and fans at the different Grand Prix.

As you have probably read in the MX press, Infront Moto Racing and the FIM are working closely to possibly adjust some regulations exceptionally for 2020 season. One of them is related to the Grand Prix program during the weekend. For European situated Grand Prix only, the MX2 and MXGP program will be delivered only for Sunday, which means that Free Practice, Time Practice and Races will take place on 1 day. The fans coming for the weekend will not miss races on Saturday, as the whole Saturday program will be dedicated to the European classes or the WMX classes. All the races from all the categories will be live on MXGP-TV.com as usual. Those changes will help the teams, mechanics and staff to have more time to work on the bike between the GP, as we will face some back to back racing weekend for some weeks. This change is not valid for overseas GP as we don’t have European classes.

Regarding the biggest and most important event of the season, the Monster Energy Motocross of Nations in Ernée – France, the preparations are going ahead, the organizer published some beautiful pictures regarding some changes made on the track and we can be sure that everything will be done to host in the best way possible the MX fans from the world. We are in discussion with FIM to adapt the regulations for 2020 season to assure a great show! More will come in the coming weeks about the changes.

Finally, on our social media networks you can find the latest news regarding MXGP, but also a lot of nice videos about the current training programs of the riders, some archives of the past Grand Prix and our weekly MXGP Studio show from home.

We are getting closer to the new beginning and we will all be ready to start our engines!


David Luongo

CEO of Infront Moto Racing 


Infront Moto Racing



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