2013 MotoGP Schedule (Updated)

2013 MotoGP Calendar

For 2013, the MotoGP calendar features 18 races that will take place in 13 countries across four continents. Nineteen rounds were slated for the 2013 MotoGP schedule, but due to “safety reasons,” Termas de Rio Hondo in Argentina was removed.

The 2013 MotoGP schedule will begin April 7. And as tradition, Qatar has been the opening round for the MotoGP Championship, and held under the lights since 2010. The 2013 season will conclude Nov. 10 in Valencia, Spain, as it has since 2002.

Spain will host the most GP races – four. Three rounds are currently confirmed – Valencia, Aragon, Catalunya – and Jerez is expected to sign another contract with MotoGP shortly.

2013 MotoGP Provisional Calendar:

  1.     April 7: Qatar* Doha/Losail
  2.     April 21: Circuit of The Americas (COTA), Texas, USA
  3.     May 5:  Spain(STC), Jerez de la Frontera
  4.     May 19: France, Le Mans
  5.     June 2: Italy, Mugello
  6.     June 16: Catalunya, Catalunya
  7.     June 29: Netherlands**, Assen
  8.     July 7: Germany, Sachsenring
  9.     July 21: United States***, Laguna Seca
  10.     August 18: Indianapolis, Indianapolis
  11.     August 25: Czech Republic, Brno
  12.     September 1: Great Britain, Silverstone
  13.     September 15: San Marino & Riviera di Rimini, Marco Simoncelli Misano
  14.     September 29: Aragón, Motorland
  15.     October 13: Malaysia, Sepang
  16.     October 20: Australia, Phillip Island
  17.     October 27: Japan, Motegi
  18.     November  10: Valencia, Ricardo Tormo-Valencia

* Evening Race
** Saturday Race
*** Only MotoGP class



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