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The Exciting Start of a New Era

We are thrilled to unveil the provisional calendar for the 2024 MotoGP™ World Championship. Set against the historic backdrop of MotoGP’s 75th anniversary, the upcoming year promises to be nothing short of groundbreaking. The action ignites under the mesmerizing floodlights of Lusail in Qatar on March 10th and draws to a magnificent close with the Valencia Grand Prix at the legendary Circuit Ricardo Tormo on November 17th.

Evolving Toward a Greener Future

The future of racing is sustainable, and MotoGP™ is taking a pioneering step in this direction. Beginning in 2024, the championship embarks on an ambitious journey by transitioning to a fuel that consists of a minimum of 40% non-fossil origin. This significant move sets the stage for the ultimate goal: to race on 100% sustainable fuel by 2027.


The 2024 MotoGP Calendar: 20 races in 9 Months

  1. Qatar GP – Lusail International Circuit – 8th March – 10th March
  2. Portuguese GP – Autodromo Internacional Do Algarve – 22nd March – 24th March
  3. Americas GP – Circuit of the Americas – 12th April – 14th April
  4. Spanish GP – Circuito de Jerez – 26th April – 28th April
  5. French GP – Le Mans – 10th May – 12th May
  6. Catalan GP – Circuit de Barcelona Catalunya – 24th May – 26th May
  7. Italian GP – Autodromo internazionale del Mugello – 31st May – 2nd June
  8. Dutch GP – TT Circuit Assen – 28th June – 30th June
  9. German GP – Sachsenring – 5th July – 7th July
  10. British GP – Silverstone Circuit – 2nd August – 4th August
  11. Austrian GP – Red Bull Ring – 16th august – 18th august
  12. Aragon GP – Motorland Aragon – 30th August – 1st September
  13. San Marino GP – Misano World Circuit Marco Simoncelli – 6th September – 8th September
  14. Kazakhstan GP – Sokol International racetrack – 20th September – 22nd September
  15. Indonesian GP – Pertamina Mandalika International Circuit – 27th September – 29th September
  16. Japanese GP – Mobility Resort Motegi – 4th October – 6th October
  17. Australian GP – Phillip Island – 18th October – 20th October
  18. Thai GP – Chang International Circuit – 25th October – 27th October
  19. Malaysian GP – Sepang International Circuit – 1st November – 3rd November
  20. Valencia GP – Circuit Ricardo Tormo – 15th November – 17th November


Strategic and Balanced Race Calendar

MotoGP understands the importance of organizing races that not only cater to their global fan base but also adhere to logistical efficiencies. This has led to the regionalization of the 2024 calendar. With an equal split of 11 races before and after the summer break, fans across the world are in for non-stop excitement throughout the year.

MotoGP™ kicks off with an electrifying duo of races at Lusail International Circuit, Qatar, swiftly followed by the Autodromo Internacional do Algarve in Portugal. The excitement then crosses over to the Americas, showcasing back-to-back races at Termas de Rio Hondo and the iconic Circuit of the Americas.

Uncharted Territories and Classics Anew

As we set our sights on mid-2024, MotoGP™ embarks on an unprecedented venture: the Sokol International Racetrack in Kazakhstan in September. This marks the circuit’s grand debut as the 75th venue to grace the premier class race, further extending MotoGP™’s reach as Kazakhstan becomes the 31st nation to host a motorcycle Grand Prix.

Renowned circuits like Circuito de Jerez-Ángel Nieto and Autodromo Internazionale del Mugello also take center stage. As summer approaches, the racing circuit brings down the first half of the season in style with the TT Circuit Assen leading up to the Sachsenring.


The Grand Asian Tour and the Final Showdown

Asia beckons as we venture into the final chapters of the 2024 season. Kazakhstan takes the limelight, followed by a whirlwind tour of Indonesia’s Pertamina Mandalika International Circuit and Japan’s illustrious Mobility Resort Motegi.

Then, it’s time for a thrilling conclusion Down Under, with the iconic Phillip Island setting the pace. MotoGP™’s trail then ascends north to Thailand’s Chang International Circuit and Malaysia’s Sepang International Circuit, culminating in a grand finale at Valencia’s Circuit Ricardo Tormo.

A Season of Abundant Opportunities

20 Grands Prix across 16 mesmerizing countries equate to an unparalleled MotoGP™ experience. As we gear up for an eventful year, we invite fans to secure their spots and partake in this historic journey. 2024 VIP Village and MotoGP Premier packages for select venues are already up for grabs, with more set to go on sale soon. In conclusion, as the thrilling climax of 2023 looms, we urge fans to stay tuned. The championship battle intensifies, the stakes are higher, and a monumental 2024 awaits.

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Riccardo Tafà
Riccardo Tafà
Managing Director for RTR Sports, Riccardo graduated in law at the University of Bologna. He began his career in London in PR, then started working in two and four-wheelers. A brief move to Monaco followed before returning to Italy. There he founded RTR, first a consulting firm and then a sports marketing company which, eventually, he moved back to London.
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