There is nothing new to say when it comes to the MotoGP 2023 event. Not only that, there is hardly a fan who does not know about this event. Especially those people who have immense love for bikes are well aware of the Moto GP event. And for those who don’t know, it’s a bike racing event where drivers come to race one after the other on all the famous bikes. Check MotoGP Schedule 2023: Complete Calendar of Upcoming Events.
Your excitement will increase 10 times when you see a Ducati bike or bigger bike racing on a smoky truck. Moreover, for those who are fans of the series, this event is nothing less than a grand festival. Watch your favorite drivers ride their favorite bikes roaring like lions and blowing smoke. Oops! It sounds like a thrilling adventure.
MotoGP Schedule 2023: Complete Calendar of Upcoming Events
However, with MotoGP arriving around mid-2023, its fans won’t have to wait any longer. Ending the curiosity of all the fans, this event can be said to announce a temporary calendar or a permanent calendar. Where more races and more countries await you than ever before.
Not only this, this year’s MotoGP will visit 18 different countries with the new additions of Kazakhstan and India. On the other hand, the Aragón regarding homosexuality resigned to reduce the number of Spanish-based events to three. Moreover, it looks like Finland will be absent from the provisional calendar for MotoGP 2023.
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Nevertheless, nothing can be said for sure yet. Similarly, flyovers held outside Europe now comprise almost half of the 21-round calendar. Which includes countries like America, Argentina, Kazakhstan, India-Japan, Indonesia, Australia, Thailand, Malaysia, and Qatar. So it’s very clear that 2023, which starts in March and runs till November 12, is going to give fans some bang for their buck. So never miss all the events of MotoGP 2023.
Complete Calendar of Upcoming Events:
Portuguese GP – Portimao
March 31-April 2:
Argentina GP – Termas de Rio Hondo
Americas GP – Circuit of the Americas
Spanish GP – Jerez
French GP – Le Mans
Italian GP – Mugello
Catalan GP – Circuit de Barcelona-Catalunya
German GP – Sachsenring
Dutch GP – TT Circuit Assen
Finnish GP – KymiRing
British GP – Silverstone
Styrian GP – Red Bull Ring Spielberg
Austrian GP – Red Bull Ring Spielberg
Czech GP – Brno
San Marino GP – Misano World Circuit Marco Simoncelli
Aragon GP – MotorLand Aragon
Japanese GP – Twin Ring Motegi
Thai GP – Chang International Circuit
Australian GP – Phillip Island
Malaysian GP – Sepang International Circuit
Valencia GP – Circuit Ricardo Tormo