Brno will not feature on the 2021 MotoGP calendar.
MotoGP will not be going to the Czech circuit of Brno for 2021, MotoGP have raced here every year since 1987 and the track is owned by Karel Abraham Senior, father of Karel Abraham Jr, ex-MotoGP and WorldSBK rider.
In the 2020 MotoGP season, many of the riders complained about the track conditions with the general consensus being that a resurface was required. The FIM and Dorna have demanded a track resurfacing if they are to host another race, however these repairs do not come cheap, clocking in at around €4m (£3.6m), to make matters worse, neither Dorna nor the Czech Government were willing to help with this.
This is not forgetting the €9m hosting fee Dorna require for the race to go ahead at the track. Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the money generated by the circuit is not enough to cover these costs mean
We may never see another race at the track, the Brno city have said that it would only host the contracted 2022-2026 Grand Prix’s if Dorna was to reduce the hosting fee and the Czech government “increases its financial participation in the races”.