MotoGP announces provisional 2024 calendar


MotoGP’s provisional calendar for 2024 reveals plans for a record-breaking 22 Grands Prix.

The 2023 season may still ongoing, but planning is already well underway for 2024.

The full provisional calendar has been revealed this week for the 75th anniversary of motorcycle Grand Prix racing.

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The 22 Grand Prix will be spread across 18 countries. It will all kick off in Qatar in March, the first Grand Prix of eleven taking place before the summer break. After a short time away, things get started again at Silverstone on August 4, and finally conclude in Valencia next November.

Without further ado, here’s the full provisional calendar:

10 MarchQatarLusail International Circuit
24 MarchPortugal*Autódromo Internacional do Algarve
07 AprilRepublica ArgentinaTermas de Río Hondo
14 AprilAmericasCircuit of The Americas
28 AprilSpainCircuito de Jerez-Ángel Nieto
12 MayFranceLe Mans
26 MayCatalunyaCircuit de Barcelona-Catalunya
02 JuneItalyAutodromo Internazionale delMugello
16 JuneKazakhstan**Sokol International Racetrack
30 JuneNetherlandsTT Circuit Assen
07 JulyGermanySachsenring
04 AugustGreat BritainSilverstone Circuit
18 AugustAustriaRed Bull Ring-Spielberg
01 SeptemberAragonMotorLand
08 SeptemberSan Marino e della Riviera diRiminiMisano World Circuit MarcoSimoncelli
22 SeptemberIndia*Buddh International Circuit
29 SeptemberIndonesiaPertamina Mandalika InternationalCircuit
06 OctoberJapanMobility Resort Motegi
20 OctoberAustraliaPhillip Island
27 OctoberThailandChang International Circuit
03 NovemberMalaysiaSepang International Circuit
17 NovemberComunitat ValencianaRicardo Tormo Circuit
Reserve Event: Hungary-Balaton Park Circuit**
*Subject to contract
** Subject to contract and homologation

Note that these dates are only provisional, and there’s still plenty of time for things to change.

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MotoGP have taken environmental factors into account when working out the schedule, with races grouped geographically and along routes that allow increased efficiency as freight and personnel traverse the world where possible.

In an effort to transition towards 100% sustainable fuel, fuel must be a minimum of 40% of non-fossil origin in 2024. The aim is for this to rise to 100% by 2027.

Some venues are already taking bookings, or you can sign up to be contacted when the rest go on sale here.

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