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Clearly, Reigning world champion Marc Marquez has already been ruled out of action for Repsol Honda having undergone a second surgery on his broken right arm
And but the fight at the front remains just as competitive, with Jerez double winner Fabio Quartararo looking to make history
by becoming the first Yamaha rider to win the opening three races of a season since Kenny Roberts in 1980.
Ducati will be looking to strike back in Brno, with Andrea Dovizioso claiming victory at the Czech Republic track in 2018
which hosts the first in a triple-header of races which on paper appear favourable to the Italian manufacturer.
The 2020 MotoGP race calendar is sticking in Europe with its confirmed dates
and after the Czech Republic GP the paddock heads to the Red Bull Ring (double-header), Misano (double-header)
The Argentina, Thailand and Malaysia rounds have all been cancelled for 2020, but a Portuguese round at the Algarve circuit looks set to bolster the calendar.
MotoGP will run its traditional schedule of two free practice sessions lasting 45 minutes each on Friday
with another 45-minute practice session on Saturday morning. The top 10 on the combined FP1-2-3 timesheet will automatically enter into Q2 of qualifying.
A final 30-minute FP4 session is held on Saturday afternoon ahead of qualifying.
Q1 of qualifying sees all riders who did not finish in the top 10 of the combined practice times take part with the top two finishers
And of course definitely progressing into Q2 alongside the top 10 who gained an automatic spot via their practice times.
Q2 is the pole position shootout which decides the order of the front four rows
with the rest of the grid organised on Q1 times, for the 20-lap Czech Republic GP on Sunday.
Quartararo is likely to face stiff competition from fellow Yamaha riders Maverick Vinales Valentino Rossi and Petronas SRT team-mate Franco Morbidelli
However, but concerns over Yamaha’s engine reliability remain after suffering failures across the two Jerez races.