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By motogp.com

Introducing a brand new Press Conference for 2020

New for the 2020 season is a totally revamped Press Conference, which will start at this weekend’s QNB Qatar Grand Prix

Tags MotoGP, 2020

Brand new for the 2020 season will be an improved Press Conference format, which will allow you to see your favourite riders from MotoGP™, Moto2™ and Moto3™ in a more relaxed environment. Every Thursday before a Grand Prix weekend, riders will come together to preview the weekend’s action.

However, this year, the table has been removed for the Thursday and in its place will be stools for the riders to sit on, with a more TV-friendly, dynamic and visually attractive Press Conference at the centre of the changes. The hope is that the shackles will come off and riders will be allowed to express their personalities a little bit more.

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In addition, a video rewinding and recapping the previous Grand Prix will kick-off proceedings, whilst this weekend a video looking back on 2019’s action will start the Press Conference. MotoGP™ commentator Steve Day will once again host it, with MotoGP™ pitlane reporter Amy Dargan taking charge of the #MotoGPSocial segment, which has also undergone some interesting changes.

So tune-in to the first brand-new and improved Press Conference this Thursday at 17:00 (GMT+3) local time in Doha where Moto2™ stars Jorge Navarro (Beta Tools Speed Up), Jorge Martin (Red Bull KTM Ajo) and Remy Gardner (ONEXOX TKKR SAG Team) will be joined by Moto3™ contenders Ai Ogura (Honda Team Asia) and Rivacold Snipers Team's Filip Salac and Tony Arbolino.

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