MotoGP Calendar 2023
MotoGP 2023 (provisional) calendar, announced, with more races and more countries than ever before.
The competition kicks off in Portugal at the stunning Autodromo Internacional do Algarve in March before the Championship advances to Termas de Rio Hondo and Austin, TX, for the Americas GP.
From there, it returns to Jerez as the European leg begins, with the classics coming dense and fast: Le Mans will host the 1000th Grand Prix before the circuit returns to Mugello, Sachsenring and Assen.
Kazakhstan will make its debut in July before its second mid-season break, with the Central Asian nation becoming the 30th country to host a motor Grand Prix since 1949 – and the Sokol International Circuit as the 74th venue. organize a top race.
From there, the kicking ground heads west for the British and Austrian GPs, ahead of a new day for the Catalan GP at Circuit de Barcelona-Catalunya as the event moves into September.
The ship will then bid farewell to Europe in Misano before another flight, which begins in another new country in 2023: India. The launch of the Buddh International Circuit will make it the 75th venue at which the top class has raced and India the 31st country to host a motor Grand Prix.
From India, the lawn heads further east to classic Japan and Motegi before being idle for the weekend in preparation for a triple header.
India and Motegi mark the beginning of a longer period in Asia – significantly reducing the potential distance of the shoal. The first trio of titles in Asia is Mandalika – Phillip Island – Buriram, before another free weekend to recharge before the final three.
The season ended with a terrifying header: from Malaysia the journey back west began, with Qatar hosting the penultimate race of the season under the spotlight in Lusail as the venue welcomed the sport. This goes back to the Middle East.
Then, to end the season with the classic final of the year, Circuit Ricardo Tormo brought the tournament to a close in Europe.
MotoGP Calendar 2023
- March 26 – Portugal, Portimao
- April 2 – Argentina, Termos de Rio Honda
- April 16 – Americas, COTA
- April 30 – Spain, Jerez
- May 14 – France, Le Mans
- June 11 – Italy, Mugello
- June 18 – Germany, Saxonyring
- June 25 – Netherlands, Assen
- July 9 – Kazakhstan, Sokol (Similar Audience)
- August 6 – Great Britain, Silverstone
- August 20 – Austria, Red Bull Ring
- September 3 – Catalunya, Catalunya
- September 10 – San Marino, Misano
- September 24 – India, Buddh (Similar Audience)
- October 1 – Japan, Motegi
- October 15 – Indonesia, Mandalika
- October 22 – Australia, Phillip Island
- October 29 – Thailand, Chang
- November 12 – Malaysia, Sepang
- November 19 – Qatar, Lusail
- November 26 – Valenciana, Valencia