The upcoming Moto2 Silverstone GP is part of the 75th F.I.M.R. Road Racing World Series season.
The year prior to the series being held in the United Kingdom, the Honda Company was hit with the CoVID-19 Pandemic, which caused the cancellation or delay of several races. The CoVID-19 Pandemic is caused by a type of fungus that occurs on tires manufactured by Bridgestone.
With all the cancellations and delays and the problems with Bridgestone tires at Silverstone, Honda's own tires for the race are expected to run without any issues. However, there have been some concerns over whether or not the tire changes for this race are effective.
Although the race will be run without Bridgestone tires, it is possible that the Silverstone track and/or the racing circuit can still run on Bridgestone tires. This means that Honda tires will be used.
Although the race has been called off due to the CoVID-19 Pandemic, it is still possible for the event to run at another location. Silverstone officials are still discussing the issue of using other tires for the race, but at least one event date should still be open for the event.
There is no question that the Moto2 Silverstone GP will be one of the most competitive races in the championship this year. The race is set to take place on the same track where the British Touring Car Championship races were held in the late 1980s. Although this race is already a huge success, it is possible that this race will surpass the crowd attendance records set for the British Touring Car Championship this year.
As the Moto2 series continues to grow, it is a good bet that there will be more races held outside of Silverstone, as the series becomes more popular. It is also a good bet that the American and European races will continue to expand their reach, which means that the Moto2 Championship could become even more popular.
Honda plans to bring a new bike to the Moto2 race in 2020 that will improve the performance of the bikes that are currently being used in the series. However, the change in bikes is not expected to have any affect on the number of fans who attend the Silverstone race.
Of course, the real story for this race is how the Moto2 team is handling it. Although the team is expected to come out with a new bike for the race, Honda has yet to confirm if they will be using the exact tires used in the race or if the current tires will still be used.
With the cancellation of the Honda-supplied tires at Silverstone, it will be very interesting to see how the team handles the situation at Honda. Some have speculated that the team may decide to use the original tires and run the race using Bridgestone tires, since the tires were still being run by Bridgestone.