Dorna, the rights holder of the World Motorcycling Championship, have shared the provisional Calendar for the 2020 MotoGP season.
There are a few interesting changes to the Championship’s layout, which will see 20 races take place instead of the usual 19.
Marquez, Dovizioso, Rossi and the rest of the MotoGP grid, alongside the Moto2 and Moto3 classes, will go back to Finnish soil for the first time in 39 years, with the Finland Grand Prix set to go green on the weekend of 10-11-12 of June.
Due to the introduction of the Finland race, and the consequent stretch of the Championship, the Thailand GP will be moved from October to March. The Buriram track will host the second event of the season, right after the grand opening in Losail, Qatar on the night of March 8th.
More traditional races, such as Mugello, Jerez and Assen will more or less hold the same spot on the calendar, with the european leg of the season taking off in southern Spain on May 3rd.
Although this is labelled as a provisional calendar, we will hardly see more changes to these fixtures.
Check the table below for the complete 2020 MotoGP Calendar. Or you can download the PDF format via the button below. As usual, do not hesitate to get in touch for enquiries about MotoGP sponsorship and the MotoGP VIP Village.
|8 March 2020||Qatar GP||Losail International Circuit|
|22 March 2020||Thailand GP||Chang International Circuit|
|5 April 2020||Americas GP||Circuit of the Americs|
|19 April 2020||Argentina GP||Termas de Rio Hondo|
|3 May 2020||Spain GP||Circuito de Jerez|
|17 May 2020||France GP||Le Mans|
|31 May 2020||Italy GP||Autodromo del Mugello|
|7 June 2020||Catalunya GP||Barcelona – Catalunya|
|21 June 2020||Germany GP||Sachsenring|
|28 June 2020||Netherlands GP||TT Circuit Assen|
|12 July 2020||Finland GP||KymiRing|
|09 August 2020||Czech Republic GP||Autodrom Brno|
|16 August 2020||Austria GP||Red Bull Ring|
|30 August 2020||Great Britain GP||Silverstone|
|13 September 2020||San Marino E Riviera di Rimini GP||Misano World Circuit Marco Simoncelli|
|4 October 2020||Aragon GP||MotorLand Aragòn|
|18 October 2020||Japan GP||Twin Ring Motegi|
|25 October 2020||Australia GP||Philip Island|
|1 November 2020||Malaysia GP||Sepang International Circuit|
|15 November 2020||Valencia GP||Ricardo Tormo Circuit|