2021 MotoGP Schedule: Updated May 14 (Finland Postponed to 2022)

Fabio Quartararo, Teruel MotoGP race. 25 October 2020

May 14 update: The Grand Prix of Finland at the new KymiRing venue has been postponed until 2022. To replace that round, there will be a doubleheader at the Red Bull Ring in Austria. The Grand Prix of Styria returns, and will be held on August 8, the week before the Grand Prix of Austria in the same location.

January 22 update: Rounds 2 and 3—The GP of the Americas in Austin and the GP of Argentina—‚have been postponed. They have been replaced by a second round in Qatar (the GP of Doha) and a round at Portimão—the GP of Portugal. The mysterious TBA round between Finland and Austria has disappeared from the 2021 MotoGP racing calendar. There are now 19 rounds scheduled. We expect more changes, so be sure to bookmark this page.

The 2021 MotoGP schedule has been announced, with 20 rounds planned. Dorna appropriately calls it a “provisional calendar,” as the continuing issues with government restrictions on large gatherings still casting shadows over future races.

Regardless, MotoGP is moving forward in 2021. The flyaway races at the start and finish of the year are back on the schedule, and the KymiRing in Finland is scheduled to take its debut bow—one year later than expected.

Joan Mir at MotoGP Test
2020 MotoGP World Champion Joan Mir

It is reasonable to expect changes in this 2021 MotoGP Schedule, and Dorna has three backup venues ready to fill, if necessary. While we wouldn’t make any travel plans based on this schedule, it is a starting point after the disruptions of 2020.

2021 MotoGP Schedule

Postponed GPs

Backup Venues

Indonesia, Mandalika International Street Circuit

Russia, Igora Drive Circuit