In Marketing Sportivo, MotoGP, MotoGP

Barcelona, October 7th 2021 – Dorna has released the provisional Calendar for the 2022 MotoGP World Championship. The Calendar features 21 rounds and sees the paddock take to the track at brand-new venues like the Finnish Kymiring and the Mandalika Street Circuit in Indonesia.

As usual, Qatar will play host to the opening night of the Championship, with the Losail Round set to pull the curtains on the title quest on March 6, 2022. Then an exciting triple-header follows, with an Indonesia-Argentina-Texas mouthwatering combination.

The European leg of the season will start in Algarve, Portugal on april 24th, while Jerez keeps its spot on the first weekend of May, before the traditional Le Mans, Mugello, Barcelona, Sachsenring and Assen rounds.

Valencia will host the final round of the 2022 MotoGP Calendar on November 6th, for the 21st and final race.

The 2022 MotoGP Calendar (Provisional)

1 March 6 Qatar Losail International Circuit
2 March 20 Indonesia Mandalika International Street Circuit
3 April 3 Republica Argentina Termas de rio Hondo
4 April 10 Americas Circuit of the Americas
5 April 24 Portugal Algarve International Circuit
6 May 1 Spain Circuito de Jerez Angel Nieto
7 May 15 France Le Mans
8 May 29 Italy Autodromo del Mugello
9 June 5 Catalunya Circuit de Barcelona Catalunya
10 June 19 Germany Sachsenring
11 Jun 26 Netherlands TT Circuit Assen
12 July 10 Finland Kymiring
13 August 7 Great Britain Silverstone Circuit
14 August 21 Austria Red Bull Spielberg Ring
15 September 4 San Marino Misano World Circuit Marco Simoncelli
16 September 18 Aragon motorland Aragon
17 September 25 Japan Twin Ring Motegi
18 October 2 Thailand Chang International Circuit
19 October 16 Australia Philip Island
20 October 23 Malaysia Sepang International Circuit
21 November 6 Comunitat Circuito Ricardo Tormo

2022 MotoGP Test Dates

The MotoGP paddock will salute the new year in style with three events in the Asian SouthEast:

Sepang Shakedown Test: 31st January – 2nd February
 Sepang Test: 5th – 6th February
 Mandalika Test: 11th – 13th February

The Moto2 and Moto3 classes will enjoy just one session of testing at the Circuit of Jerez from February 22nd to February 24th

Can we help you sign your best sponsorship deal?

Emanuele Venturoli
Emanuele Venturoli
A graduate in Public, Social and Political Communication from the University of Bologna, he has always been passionate about marketing, design and sport.
Recent Posts

Leave a Comment

Sponsorship activation in motorsport