Race Calendar for the 2023 World Motorcycle Championship: An overview of the current status of all confirmed circuits, countries and venues
An official race calendar for the 2023 season of the Motorcycle World Championship with its premier class MotoGP does not yet exist. However, on the basis of the current contracts with the circuits, it is possible to guess where the World Motorcycle Championship will be held in 2023 and which venues might be removed from the calendar.
Most of the circuits that hosted or will host a Grand Prix in the 2022 MotoGP season also have a valid contract for 2023. However, a few tracks and Grands Prix do not yet have this certainty.
Below is the current overview of which venues can be expected in the 2023 MotoGP calendar:
MotoGP venues 2023 (alphabetical, by country)
– Argentina, Termas de Rio Hondo: Autodromo Termas de Rio Hondo (until 2025)
– Australia, Phillip Island: Phillip Island Grand Prix Circuit (until 2026)
– Germany, Hohenstein-Ernstthal: Sachsenring (until 2026)
– Finland, Kausala: KymiRing (until 2027)
– France, Le Mans: Bugatti Circuit (until 2026)
– Indonesia, Mandalika: Mandalika International Street Circuit (until 2024)
– Japan, Motegi: Twin Ring Motegi (until 2023)
– Qatar, Doha: Losail International Circuit (until 2031)
– Malaysia, Sepang: Sepang International Circuit (until 2024)
– Netherlands, Assen: TT Circuit Assen (until 2026)
– Austria, Spielberg: Red Bull Ring (until 2025)
– Spain, Alcaniz: MotorLand Aragon (until 2026) *
– Spain, Barcelona: Circuit de Barcelona-Catalunya (until 2026)
– Spain, Jerez: Circuito de Jerez – Angel Nieto (until 2026)
– Spain, Valencia: Circuit Ricardo Tormo (until 2026) *
– Thailand, Buriram: Buriram International Circuit (until 2026)
– Hungary, Debrecen: Magyar Nemzetközi Motordrome (probably until 2032)
* The current contracts with Aragon and Valencia each include at least three Grands Prix in five years (2022 to 2026).
MotoGP venues in 2022 without a contract for 2023:
– Great Britain, Silverstone: Silverstone Circuit (until 2022).
– Italy, Mugello: Autodromo Internazionale del Mugello (until 2022).
– Italy, Misano: Misano World Circuit Marco Simoncelli (until 2022)
– Portugal, Portimao: Algarve International Circuit (until 2022)
– USA, Austin: Circuit of The Americas (until 2022)