Collection promoter Dorna took the choice at round 12.30pm native time on Sunday, half an hour earlier than the 13-lap race was attributable to start.
It adopted a chaotic Moto2 race which was red-flagged after simply 9 of 23 laps accomplished within the moist and windy situations, which had been forecast from the start of the weekend.
Organisers took the choice on Friday to maneuver the primary race of the weekend to Saturday, and this race duly came about with out incident, with Johann Zarco rising as a first-time premier class winner.
MotoGP warm-up was held safely on Sunday morning at 9am, with Maverick Vinales setting the tempo on his Aprilia, whereas the Moto3 race was additionally run in its entirety, albeit in heavy rain.
Nonetheless, the wind elevated in pace and adjusted route forward of the Moto2 race, making for a treacherous contest that resulted in 10 of the 30 riders crashing out earlier than the race was referred to as off and half factors awarded.
A gathering was then held between Dorna and staff representatives to determine the destiny of the dash race, and with the climate displaying few indicators of enchancment, it was determined to desert the competition.
Pramac Ducati rider Zarco took the victory in Saturday’s 27-lap major occasion forward of championship chief Francesco Bagnaia, as Jorge Martin suffered a dramatic first-to-fifth droop on the ultimate lap.
It means Bagnaia will head to subsequent weekend’s Thai Grand Prix at Buriram with a 27-point benefit over Martin, with 4 weekends left to determine the future of the championship.