MotoGP, the premier class of motorcycle road racing, has been a thrilling spectacle for fans around the world since its inception in 1949. 2024 marks a significant milestone as the 75th anniversary of this international sport. Here’s a deeper dive into the 2024 MotoGP calendar and some insights:

Highlights of the 2024 MotoGP Calendar:

  1. 75th Anniversary: A platinum jubilee for MotoGP is a massive deal. Expect a lot of special events, documentaries, and content highlighting the evolution of the sport over these 75 years. This may include celebrating legendary riders, historic races, and the technological evolution of MotoGP motorcycles.
  2. Eco-Friendly Fuel Transition: MotoGP’s decision to move towards 40% non-fossil-based fuels is not just a statement about the sport’s commitment to the environment but also a demonstration to the world of motorsports about what’s possible. The transition, though not complete, is a substantial move, and it will be interesting to watch how teams adapt, how performance is affected, and what innovations come from this.
  3. Geographical Considerations: Though the calendar attempts to be more geographically coherent, the Qatar-Portugal-Argentina transition might raise eyebrows. This might be due to a myriad of reasons – contractual obligations, weather considerations, or logistical challenges.
  4. New and Returning Circuits: The Sokol International Racetrack in Almaty, Kazakhstan, is a notable addition. Being subject to contract and homologation, it represents MotoGP’s continued efforts to branch out to new regions and audiences. The Buddh International Circuit in India is also an interesting addition, further emphasizing the sport’s push into the Asian market.
  5. Reserve Event: The inclusion of a reserve event at Balaton Park Circuit in Hungary shows foresight. In case any of the scheduled races face unforeseen challenges, the reserve event can step in, ensuring that the championship remains competitive and complete.

What Fans Can Look Forward To:

  1. Technology & Innovation: With the fuel transition, expect teams and manufacturers to experiment and innovate. New technologies may emerge, and this could play a significant role in race strategies.
  2. Competition: The diverse nature of circuits, from the high-speed straights of Qatar’s Lusail International Circuit to the technical corners of Circuit de Barcelona-Catalunya, means riders and teams will need to be at their very best to adapt and compete.
  3. Celebrations: The 75th anniversary will likely bring about special events, possibly even retro liveries, classic bike exhibitions, and more.
  4. The Unknowns: With some races like the ones in Portugal and Kazakhstan “subject to contract,” there’s a touch of unpredictability. Will they go ahead? If not, how will the calendar adjust?
Calendar DateGrand Prix NameLocation
March 10, 2024 Qatar Lusail International Circuit, Doha 
March 24, 2024 Portugal (subject to contract) Autódromo Internacional do Algarve, Portimão 
April 7, 2024 Republica Argentina Termas de Río Hondo 
April 14, 2024 Americas Circuit of the Americas, Austin, Texas 
April 28, 2024 Spain Circuito de Jerez-Ángel Nieto 
May 12, 2024 France Le Mans 
May 26, 2024 Catalunya Circuit de Barcelona-Catalunya 
June 2, 2024 Italy Autodromo Internazionale del Mugello 
June 16, 2024 Kazakhstan (subject to contract and homologation) Sokol International Racetrack, Almaty 
June 30, 2024 Netherlands TT Circuit Assen 
July 7, 2024 Germany Sachsenring, Oberlungwitz 
August 4, 2024 Great Britain Silverstone Circuit, Towcester 
August 18, 2024 Austria Red Bull Ring, Spielberg 
September 1, 2024 Aragon MotorLand Aragon 
September 8, 2024 San Marino e della Riviera di Rimini Misano World Circuit Marco Simoncelli 
September 22, 2024 India (subject to contract) Buddh International Circuit, Greater Noida, Uttar Pradesh 
September 29, 2024 Indonesia Pertamina Mandalika International Circuit 
October 6, 2024 Japan Mobility Resort Motegi 
October 20, 2024 Australia Phillip Island 
October 27, 2024 Thailand Chang International Circuit, Buriram 
November 3, 2024 Malaysia Sepang International Circuit 
November 7, 2024 Comunitat Valenciana Ricardo Tormo Circuit, Cheste 


The 2024 MotoGP season promises to be one for the history books. As the sport looks to the future with its green initiatives, it also celebrates its illustrious past. Fans worldwide, whether at the track or watching remotely, are in for a treat. The countdown to March 10, 2024, begins!


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