Provisional 2023 MotoGP calendar

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The next season will feature 21 races and two new circuits.

Provisional 2023 MotoGP calendar

The 2023 MotoGP World Championship already has dates and locations, and the sprint races will not be the only novelty. There will be 21 Grands Prix and two new venues will be added to the calendar: Kazakhstan and India. The Spanish races will start rotating, with MotorLand Aragón being the first track to be absent. The circuit that will also not be present next season will be KimiRing (Finland), a destination that was planned for the current year and that ended up being dropped from the calendar. In addition, for the first time in 16 years, Qatar will not be the opening race of the Championship. In its place, Portugal will start the competition on March 26 and the closing Grand Prix will be the same as we are used to: Valencia, on November 26.

This is the provisional calendar for the 2023 season:

  • March 26th: Portuguese Grand Prix.
  • April 2nd: Argentinian Grand Prix.
  • April 16th: Americas Grand Prix.
  • April 30th: Spanish Grand Prix (Jerez).
  • May 14th: French Grand Prix.
  • June 11th: Italian Grand Prix.
  • June 18th: German Grand Prix.
  • June 25th: Dutch Grand Prix.
  • July 9th: Kazakhstan Grand Prix.
  • August 6th: British Grand Prix.
  • August 20th: Austrian Grand Prix.
  • September 3rd: Catalan Grand Prix.
  • September 10th: San Marino Grand Prix.
  • September 24th: Indian Grand Prix.
  • October 1st: Japanese Grand Prix.
  • October 15th: Indonesian Grand Prix.
  • October 22nd: Australian Grand Prix.
  • October 29th: Thailand Grand Prix.
  • November 12th: Malaysian Grand Prix.
  • November 19th: Qatar Grand Prix.
  • November 26th: Valencian Grand Prix.

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