Now, a 2021 MotoGP calendar dated 2022 has been leaked. The document suggests a 21-race season for the new season. If you keep track of current events, you will see the pattern in the circuit layouts.
The MotoGP schedule is changing again in 2022 and the provisional calendar, as we see.
There will be 21 races making it the biggest season for the series to date. Does this mean we get more racing? Yes! Just like last year, I’ll take any race I can get.
The series will start on March 6, 2022, at the Losail / Qatar
before heading to Mandalika / Indonesia on March 20, 2022.
Followed by Argentine GP on April 3, 2022, and then moving to Texas on April 10, 2022.
We will see the last race on November 12, 2022, in Valencia / Spain.
MotoGP Provisional Calendar 2022:
- March 6: Losail / Qatar
- March 20: Mandalika / Indonesia
- April 3: Termas de Río Hondo / Argentina
- April 10: Circuit of the Americas / Texas
- April 24: Portimão / Portugal
- May 1: Jerez / Spain
- May 15: Le Mans / France
- May 29: Mugello / Italy
- June 5: Barcelona / Spain
- June 19: Sachsenring / Germany
- June 26: Assen / Netherlands
- July 10: KymiRing / Finland
- August 7: Silverstone / GB
- August 21: Red Bull Ring / Austria
- September 11: Aragón / Spain
- September 18: Misano / San Marino
- October 2: Motegi / Japan
- October 9: Buriram / Thailand
- October 23: Phillip Island / Australia
- October 30: Sepang / Malaysia
- November 13: Valencia / Spain
The provisional calendar was leaked recently and confirmed that MotoGP would run its most extended season since the year 2019 that had 19 rounds.
The extra round is crucial for keeping TV ratings and growing viewership in Asia and Oceania, which will help offset the loss of free-to-air broadcasts in some European markets.