2023 MotoGP Calendar [Updated Schedule Fast Facts]

2023 MotoGP Calendar Schedule

We’re getting a first look at the 2023 MotoGP calendar, and the schedule has many changes in the coming year.

  1. The 21-round 2023 season kicks off in late March, rather than early March this year. Also, Portugal is taking over from Qatar as the location of the opening round.
  1. Aragón is off the schedule. We won’t be seeing MotoGP at The Wall in 2023.2023 MotoGP Calendar Schedule
  1. The twice-canceled GP of Finland is not on the 2023 schedule. After two false starts, the Kymi Ring is nowhere to be seen on the 2023 calendar.
  1. New MotoGP destinations for 2023 include Kazakhstan and India. The GP of Kazakhstan will be held at Sokol International Racetrack near Almaty on July 9—the only July race on the schedule. The GP of India kicks off the autumn flyaway races on September 24 at the Buddh International Circuit near New Delhi.

2023 MotoGP Schedule Calendar First Look

  1. There are three triple-headers on the schedule. The GPs of Italy, German, and the Netherlands are on consecutive Sundays in June. Three flyaways in October are on consecutive Sundays—the GPs of Indonesia, Australia, and Thailand. The season ends on three Sundays in a row in November—the GPs of Malaysia, Qatar (under the lights), and Comunitat Valenciana.
  2. The Kazakhstan GP has been canceled (April 26 update). That means there will be no MotoGP races in July. According to Dorna: "The FIM, IRTA and Dorna Sports can confirm the cancellation of the 2023 Kazakhstan GP. Ongoing homologation works at the circuit, paired with current global operational challenges, have obliged the cancellation of the 2023 event."
  3. This is a provisional 2023 MotoGP calendar, so dates and locations are subject to change or cancellation. We will keep the schedule updated, should there be any changes.

2023 MotoGP Calendar [Provisional Schedule]

2023 Date Grand Prix Circuit
March 26 Portugal Algarve International Circuit
April 2 Argentina Termas de Río Hondo
April 16 Americas Circuit of The Americas
April 30 Spain Circuito de Jerez - Ángel Nieto
May 14 France Le Mans
June 11 Italy Mugello Circuit
June 18 Germany Sachsenring
June 25 Netherlands TT Circuit Assen
July 9 Kazakhstan Sokol International Racetrack
August 6 Great Britain Silverstone Circuit
August 20 Austria Red Bull Ring - Spielberg
September 3 Catalunya Circuit de Barcelona-Catalunya
September 10 San Marino e della Riviera di Rimini Misano World Circuit Marco Simoncelli
September 24 India Buddh International Circuit
October 1 Japan Twin Ring Motegi
October 15 Indonesia Mandalika International Street Circuit
October 22 Australia Phillip Island
October 29 Thailand Chang International Circuit
November 12 Malaysia Sepang International Circuit
November 19 Qatar Lusail International Circuit
November 26 Comunitat Valenciana Circuit Ricardo Tormo