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Wednesday, October 13, 2021

2022 MotoGP reveals provisional Calendar, 21 Rounds & 2 new circuits

MotoGP 2022 announced provisional Schedule Calendar, Dates with 21 Races & 2 new venues.






 The provisional 2022 FIM MotoGP™ World Championship calendar has been released, consisting of 21 Rounds running from March to November that include visits to two new venues in Indonesia and Finland.




 For the first time in MotoGP™ history, a 21-race calendar will take place. The most we’ve seen in years gone by is 19, but with the exciting additions of Indonesia and Finland, 2022’s tally will be a thrilling 21.



 The 2022 season begins, as usual, under the lights in Qatar at the beginning of March (6-8). Then, from the 18th to the 20th of March, we head to the brand-new Mandalika International Street Circuit for the first time. 


 before summer break, the MotoGP heads to the KymiRing for the first Finnish GP since 1982.

 The traditional final round of the season venue will be Valencia’s Circuit Ricardo Tormo, as 2022’s curtain closer takes place on the 4th to 6th of November.




MotoGP 2022 pre-season test schedule dates, venue.




- Shakedown Test: 31st January – 2nd February

- Sepang Test: 5th – 6th February

- Mandalika Test: 11th – 13th February

- Shakedown Test: 31st January – 2nd February

- Sepang Test: 5th – 6th February

- Mandalika Test: 11th – 13th February



The Moto2™ and Moto3™ classes will have one test at the Circuito de Jerez-Angel Nieto. Set up takes place on the day preceding the Moto2™ and Moto3™ test.

- Jerez Test: 22nd – 24th February




2022 MotoGP Calendar: Full Provisional Schedule, Dates, Venues, Sites for All 21 races.




Qatar GP, Losail International Circuit, March 6

Indonesia GP, Mandalika Street Circuit, March 20*

Argentina GP, Termas de Río Hondo, April 3

American GP, Circuit of the Americas, April 10

Portugal GP, Algarve, April 24

Spanish GP, Jerez, May 1

French GP, Le Mans, May 15

Italian GP, Mugello, May 29

Catalunya GP, Catalunya, June 5

German GP, Sachsenring, June 19

Dutch GP, Assen, June 26

Finnish GP, KymiRing, July 10*

British GP, Silverstone, August 7

Austrian GP, Red Bull Ring, August 21

San Marino GP, Misano, September 4

Aragon GP, MotorLand, September 18

Japanese GP, Motegi, September 25

Thailand GP, Chang International Circuit, October 2

Australian GP, Philip Island, October 16

Malaysian GP, Sepang, October 23

Valencia GP, Ricardo Tormo, November 6



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