Although it is an estimate, waiting for the COVID-19 situation to be normalised, the 2021 MotoGP calendar will have 20 events and will have three reserve GPs, Portimao, Indonesia, and Russia, which would be held in the Igora circuit.
As in previous years, the Motorcycling World Championship will begin in Qatar, later travelling to the American content with the GPs in Argentina and the Americas.
After these, the European stage will begin, with the Spain GP first, then on to France, Italy, Catalonia, Germany, and Holland.
After these and with prior final homologation, the first GP of the new KymiRing circuit in Finland will be held.
There is a GP that is still to be decided in summer right before the holiday hiatus.
After the break, the Motorcycling World Championship will return to the tracks with the GP in Austria, followed by Great Britain, Aragón, and San Marino.
Once the European tour is over and after its absence in 2020, the MotoGP riders will return to Asian territories, disputing the GP in Japan, Thailand, Australia, and Malaysia right before returning to Spain to finish the World Championship in the classic event in Valencia.
We are waiting for you next year to enjoy the MotoGP races.