MotoGP, towards 2023: that’s why it will already be a record-breaking championship

MotoGP paused, but 2023 is not far away. A season that will present a new calendar.

MotoGP, a record-breaking 2023 – MotoriNews

The calendar for next season MotoGP it has been known for months now. There will be no shortage of the now classic stages in Europe, but also the new entry of recent years, now part of the Motomondiale route. Except clearly the exceptions in the two years marked by the pandemic, when the league remained in Europe to minimize the risk of contagion. In 2023, however, the MotoGP World Championship returns to expand around the world, also touching two new countries. A calendar already record-breaking for the most important championship on two wheels.

Two new destinations for the MotoGP

There is still no 100% mathematical certainty, there is no homologation of the two tracks, but it seems that Dorna is determined to explore two new countries. We are talking about the Kazakhstan and ofIndia, called to be part of the MotoGP calendar respectively in July and September. Finland is now cancelled, the KymiRing was bankrupt even before it was completed, but the United Statesthe Thailandthe Qatarthe Japanthe MalaysiaL’AustraliaL’Argentina and theIndonesia, new for 2022. With the arrival of the two new countries mentioned, it will be a record year for MotoGP. Never had that happened almost half of the championship, precisely 10 rounds out of 21, were outside the Old Continent, an absolute one Announcements for the MotoGP. Signs of a championship that is no longer just European, but one that looks to new markets and to new recruits arriving from other countries. Asian boys are proof of this, no longer only Japanese but also Malaysian or Thai. For them there is still a lot to do to “align” with countries with a long history in engines, but some worldwide signal it’s already been there and the road is definitely traced.

MotoGP, the 2023 calendar

March 24-26 – Autodromo do Algarve, Portimao, Portugal
March 31-April 2 – Termas de Rio Hondo, Argentina
April 14-16 – Circuit of the Americas, Austin – Texas, USA
April 28-30 – Circuito de Jerez-Angel Nieto, Spain
May 12-14 – Le Mans Bugatti Circuit, France
9-11 June – Mugello International Circuit, Italy
June 16-18 – Sachsenring, Germany
June 23-25 ​​– TT Circuit Assen, The Netherlands
July 7-9 – Sokol International Racetrack, Almaty, Kazakhstan
August 4-6 – Silverstone Circuit, Great Britain
August 18-20 – Red Bull Ring-Spielberg, Austria
September 1-3 – Circuit de Barcelona-Catalunya, Spain
September 8-10 – Misano World Circuit, Italy
September 22-24 – Buddh International Circuit, India
September 29-October 1 – Mobility Resort Motegi, Japan
October 13-15 – Mandalika Circuit, Indonesia
October 20-22 – Phillip Island, Australia
October 27-29 – Chang International Circuit, Thailand
November 10-12 – Sepang International Circuit, Malaysia
November 10-12 – Losail International Circuit, Qatar
November 17-19 – Circuit Ricardo Tormo, Valencia, Spain

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