The provisional calendar for the MotoGP 2023 season has been released.
The provisional MotoGP calendar for 2023 is finally here. The season will start in Portugal at the Autodromo Internacional do Algarve, followed by Termas de Rio Hondo in Argentina, and then on to Austin, Texas for Americas GP.
Jerez will kick off the European leg of the 2023 season, highlighted by the classics: Le Mans will stage the 1000th GP before the paddock shifts to Mugello, while Sachsenring and Assen await in the wings.
In July, Kazakhstan will become the 30th country to host MotoGP since 1949, and the Sokol International Racetrack will be the 74th venue to stage a premier class race.
After the British and Austrian GPs, the next race will be in September at the Circuit de Barcelona-Catalunya and Misano before the MotoGP season continues to India, a new country on the calendar for 2023, at the Buddh International Circuit.
The Buddh International Circuit will be the 75th venue to host a GP. India also now becomes the 31st country to host a Grand Prix. The paddock then heads further east to Motegi for the Japanese GP.
The season ends with a triple-header: Malaysia, Qatar and the final round of the 2023 MotoGP season of the year, the Valencia GP at the Circuit Ricardo Tormo.