CONFIRMED: No bikes at this year’s Macau Grand Prix

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MACAU Grand Prix chiefs have confirmed that this year’s motorcycle race will not go ahead.

For the second year on the bounce, bikes will miss out as a packed programme of car racing is set to roll into the Far East next month.

Sport Bureau Macao bosses today released the 2021 schedule of events, set to run from November 19-21, which includes six races for the four-wheelers and none for motorcycles.

Had last year’s race gone ahead, this season would have marked the 55th running of the Motorcycle Grand Prix.

It is believed that ongoing travel restrictions and quarantine requirements for the majority of invited riders would have cut the grid to just a handful of bikes.

At the last running in 2019, it was Michael Rutter who took victory in a red-flagged and shortened race.

The provisional race programme for 2021 includes: the SJM Formula 4 Macau Grand Prix, Sands China Macau GT Cup, Galaxy Entertainment Macau Guia Race, Melco Macau Touring Car Cup, MGM Greater Bay Area GT Cup and Wynn Porsche Carrera Cup Challenge. 

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