2021 MotoGP Calendar

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Provisional 2021 MotoGP Calendar

Testing

14-16 February - Shakedown Test
19-21 February - Sepang Test
10-12 March - Qatar Test

Racing
28 March - Qatar
11 April - Argentina
18 April - America
2 May - Spain
16 May - France
30 May - Italy
6 June - Catalunya
20 June - Germany
27 June - Netherlands
11 July - Finland

TBD - TBC
15 August - Austria
29 August - Britain
12 September - Aragon
19 September - Misano
3 October - Japan
10 October - Thailand
24 October - Australia
31 October - Malaysia
14 November - Valencia

Tracks in Reserve
Portugal - Algarve International Circuits.
Indonesia - Mandalika International Street Circuit.
Russia - Igora Driver Circuit/

Notes
The schedule is provisional, with 3 race tracks on reserve.
Portuguese GP venue Algarve is one, while the under-construction Mandalika International Street Circuit in Indonesia is another, and Igora Drive in Russia is the third.
Should the Czech GP not happen, one of these three circuits will then be used instead - though the Indonesian venue still needs to be homologated by the FIM.
It appears Igora Drive does have approval to host MotoGP, with Ezpeleta confirming FIM safety officer Franco Uncini has inspected the venue.
 
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2021 MotoGP Calendar update

No testing in Sepang Malaysia. Now two rounds of testing at Losail, Qatar.
The Argentina PP is out. Portugal’s Portimao’s circuit is back in place.

Testing
6-7 March - Qatar
10-12 March - Qatar Test

Racing
28 March - Losail
4 April - Losail
18 April - Portugal Algarve
2 May - Jerez
16 May - Le Mans
30 May - Mugello
6 June - Barcelona
20 June - Sachsenring
27 June - Assen
11 July - KymiRing
15 August - Red Bull Ring
29 August - Silverstone
12 September - Aragon
19 September - Misano
3 October - Motegi
10 October - Buriram
24 October - Phillip Island
31 October - Sepang
14 November - Valencia

No doubt there will be more changes throughout the year.
 

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Update 3 February 2021

The Thailand MotoGP at Buriram is now off the calendar for 2021, with Thailand's 5-year MotoGP contract that was to run from 2021 - 2025 being postponed a year, such that it will now run from 2022 - 2026.

The calendar should now read like this
Racing
28 March - Losail
4 April - Losail
18 April - Portugal Algarve
2 May - Jerez
16 May - Le Mans
30 May - Mugello
6 June - Barcelona
20 June - Sachsenring
27 June - Assen
11 July - KymiRing
15 August - Red Bull Ring
29 August - Silverstone
12 September - Aragon
19 September - Misano
3 October - Motegi
10 October - ???
24 October - Phillip Island
31 October - Sepang
14 November - Valencia
 

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Update 3 February 2021

The Thailand MotoGP at Buriram is now off the calendar for 2021, with Thailand's 5-year MotoGP contract that was to run from 2021 - 2025 being postponed a year, such that it will now run from 2022 - 2026.

The calendar should now read like this
Racing
28 March - Losail
4 April - Losail
18 April - Portugal Algarve
2 May - Jerez
16 May - Le Mans
30 May - Mugello
6 June - Barcelona
20 June - Sachsenring
27 June - Assen
11 July - KymiRing
15 August - Red Bull Ring
29 August - Silverstone
12 September - Aragon
19 September - Misano
3 October - Motegi
10 October - ???
24 October - Phillip Island
31 October - Sepang
14 November - Valencia
Bugger that no Burriram. I guess that wont be the last change. Singha wouldnt be happy if they are major sponsors but no home race.
 

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It's all a misunderstanding.......the 2021 Thailand MotoGP is back on again????


Feb 3, 2021, 9:08 PM
Reports the 2021 MotoGP Thailand Grand Prix has been shelved by the government were a “misunderstanding”, according to a spokesperson from the Buriram circuit.

On Tuesday reports surfaced in the Bangkok Press that the local Thai government had taken the decision to postpone the beginning of its new MotoGP contract with Dorna Sports to 2022 owing to continued uncertainty surrounding the COVID-19 pandemic.

A brief statement from the circuit clarified the situation, which read: “There was a misunderstanding. Actually, the government was announcing the postponement of 2020's race and to host in 2021 instead.

“We still carry on and look forward to hosting the Thai GP at our circuit this coming October.”

Source: Thailand MotoGP cancellation reports “a misunderstanding”
 
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