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MotoGP 2023: Provisional race calendar released, two countries making their MotoGP debuts, India and Kazakhstan


It will be a busy racing season for MotoGP 2023 riders and teams when the provisional calendar is released. Next year, Sokol International Racecourse in Kazakhstan and Buddh International Circuit in India will make their MotoGP debuts.

That makes a total of 21 races for MotoGP next year, starting with the Portuguese GP in the Algarve on the weekend of March 24-26 before crossing the Atlantic for rounds of the Argentina and Americas GP. in April.

Returning to Europe at the end of April for the Spanish GP in Jerez, MotoGP follows with the French GP from May 12-14, followed by the Italian, German and Dutch GPs in June. ahead of the MotoGP summer break the first week of July.

The action picks up from the British and Austrian GPs in August, followed by the Catalunya and San Marino GPs in September. MotoGP then embarks on its longest Asia-Pacific tour starting with the Indian GP from September 22-24, before moving on to Japan, Indonesia and Australia in October.

Southeast Asia sees the Thai round of MotoGP take place from November 27-29, with action taking place in Sepang, Malaysia for the Petronas Malaysian Grand Prix from November 10-12. Next is the Qatar GP from November 17-19, which means Malaysia loses its place as MotoGP’s penultimate annual round and championship decider, before the racing action ends at the GP of Valencia from 245 to 26 November.

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