Twenty stages and the dream of Kazakhstan

It’s not official yet, but the MotoGP 2023 calendar is taking shape more and more. A season with many changes compared to the current season is looming on the horizon. Europe immediately shone, starting from the start in Portimão on the penultimate weekend of March, and the Qatar Grand Prix moving to the end of the championship. The stage in Indonesia is also very advanced, debuting this year as the second event of the year but has moved almost to the end of the year. The Kazakhstan hypothesis holds, but given the current situation it seems unlikely… Let’s see better how the next World Cup should be.

As colleagues Motosan, begins specifically in the Autodromo do Algarve, in Portugal, and then immediately moves to America, from Argentina in the south to Texas in the north. Then and for many months it would only be Europe, with Mugello for now, despite the rumors that followed. A sharp drop in the number of spectators. MotoGP has been in Asia since the end of September, starting with Malaysia and Japan. Then we will move to Oceania, specifically to Australia to stop on Phillip Island, which will be followed by flights to Thailand and Indonesia. Then there is Qatar, which is no longer at the beginning of the year but as the penultimate event of the tournament, after which it will have a “traditional” Grand Final in Valencia.

MotoGP 2023, the temporary calendar

March 24-26 – Autodromo de Algarve, Portimão, Portugal
March 31 – April 2 – Termas de Rio Hondo, Argentina
April 14-16 – Circuit of the Americas, Texas, USA
28-30 April – Circuit Jerez Angel Nieto, Spain
May 12-14 – Bugatti Circuit in Le Mans, France
May 26-28 – Motorland Aragon, Spain
June 2-4 – Mugello International Circuit, Italy
June 16-18 – Sachsenring, Germany
June 23-25 ​​- TT Circuit Assen, Netherlands
[7-9 luglio – Kazakhstan]
August 4-6 – Silverstone Circuit, Great Britain
18-20 Agosto – Red Bull Ring, Austria
September 1-3 – Circuit de Barcelona – Catalunya, Montmelo, Spain
September 8-10 – Misano World Circuit, Italy
September 22-24 – Sepang International Circuit, Malaysia
September 29 – October 1 – Twin Ring Motegi, Japan
October 7-9 – Phillip Island, Australia
October 20-22 – Changi International Circuit, Thailand
27-29 Otobury – Mandalika Circuit, Indonesia
November 10-12 – Losail International Circuit, Qatar
November 17-19 – Circuit Ricardo Tormo, Valencia, Spain

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