Temporary Schedule For MotoGP 2024: Race At Mandalika Circuit Shifted
Temporary schedule for MotoGP 2024. (Photo: Twitter/@MotoGP)

JAKARTA The temporary schedule for the 2024 MotoGP season has been released by Dorna Sport as the organizer. The series of races starts March to November.

If there are no obstacles, next year's MotoGP will hold a total of 22 series in 18 countries. This will break the record for the most racing series in one season in the history of this event.

From the newly announced schedule, the first Grand Prix will begin at the Losail Circuit, Qatar, from March 8 to 10. Meanwhile, the final series will take place at the Ricardo Tormo Circuit, Valencia, Spain, from November 15-17.

For the Indonesian MotoGP at the Mandalika Circuit, the race will be held from 27 to 29 September. This season, the race in Indonesia will be held in mid-October.

The provisional 2024 #MotoGP Calendar in all its glory! Why round are you most looking forward to? #MotoGP2024 pic.twitter.com/8N7tpBYRze

After that, there will still be five series left, starting from Japan, Australia, Thailand, Malaysia, and the final series in Valencia.

The 2024 calendar also maintains its regional nature. This means that the routes in the race series are classified geographically for cargo efficiency and mobilization of all racing crews.

There will be a total of 11 races before the summer holiday break. This pause is after the German Grand Prix, July 5-7 and there will be 11 races after that starting in the English MotoGP, August 2-4.

The following is the temporary schedule for MotoGP 2024:

Qatar MotoGP, March 8-10

MotoGP Portugal, March 22-24

MotoGP Argentina, April 5-7

American MotoGP, April 12-14

Spanish MotoGP, April 26-28

French MotoGP, May 10-12

MotoGP Catalan, May 24-26

Italian MotoGP, May 31-June

MotoGP Kazakhstan, June 14-16

Dutch MotoGP, June 28-30

German MotoGP, 5-7 July

English MotoGP, 2-4 August

Australian MotoGP, August 16-18

MotoGP Aragon, 30 August-1 September

MotoGP San Marino, September 6-8

MotoGP India, September 20-22

MotoGP Indonesia, September 27-29

Japanese MotoGP, October 4-6

Australian MotoGP, October 18-20

Thailand MotoGP, October 25-27

MotoGP Malaysia, 1-3 November

Valencia MotoGP, November 15-17

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