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MotoGP Calendar of 2020: Locations, Venues, and Dates

MotoGP Calendar

It’s time to rock because the MotoGP is set to start it’s 2020 biggest racing event. Excitement is in the air, and fans of World Championship Racing are ready to experience the incredible performance of their top racers. But what you actually need to know where the event will take place? What are the dates and venues?

The final updates are here, and fans have started preparing for the event. Learn how you, too, can make for the biker rally via our latest guide.

Ahead of the racing season, here is the complete list of dates and circuits that you need to mark in your calendar.

Qatar:

The biggest sporting show will kick off in Doha, Qatar, from 6 to 8 March 2020. The venue is Losail Circuit, which is highly known for the most spectacular place and providing the best possible services to the fans. Including packages, excitement, and more!

It is recommended to use a Taxi or Real-Time transportation app service to reach the event.

Thailand:

The next destination we have on our list is Thailand!

Chang (Buriram), a highly decorated venue, is selected for racers to push the limits and offer the best performance to their beloved fans. More than 220,000 is predicted to attend the event over the 3 days course, starting from 20 March to 22 March 2020.

United States:

Grand Racing Championship has a great history with the United State’s fans that started way back during the ’70s. And this year, it’s going to be once in a lifetime experience.

Austin, Taxes, is selected to host MotoGP as it’s one of the coolest cities of the Americas so, you might need a heavy-duty motorcycle leather jacket to stay warm. The location is also known for the best cuisines, views, and biker culture.

The confirmed date is April 5th, 2020. 

Spain:

If you haven’t booked your trip to Spain, then do it early as possible because if you’re a racing fan, you can’t afford to miss it. Marc Marquez a.k.a. “Ant of Cervera” ready to lead and once again, his fans are hoping to see him win the 2020 Grand Prize.

The race will take place on 3rd, May 2020 in the city of Jerez de la Frontera. The venue is Circuito de Jerez.

France:

Now is your chance to take pictures at the Eiffel Tower because MotoGP next scheduled event is in France, and the Venue is Le Mans Circuit. You don’t want to miss this opportunity to experience pleasant ride and a stunning view of the city. The confirmed dates are 15, 16, and 17 May 2020.

Italy:

2020 is a big year for Italian fans. The racing event is scheduled for the weekend, which means, thousands of local and worldwide moto enthusiasts will enjoy a thrilling flourished culture of Italy. It is expected to be the longest-running MotoGP event at Mugello on 31st May 2020.

These are the top venues kicking-off in Qatar and will run through the end of the year. Here is the complete MotoGP Calendar list with location, date, and venue.

Source and credit: Ougrote

Qatar GP (Losail International Circuit Qatar), 2020/03/08
Thai GP (Chang International Circuit Thailand), 2020/03/22
Americas GP (Circuit of the Americas United States), 2020/04/05
Argentina GP (Termas de Rio Hondo Argentina), 2020/04/19
Spanish GP (Circuito de Jerez-Angel Nieto Spain), 2020/05/03
French GP (Le Mans France), 2020/05/17
Italian GP (Autodromo di Mugello Italy), 2020/05/31
Catalunya GP (Circuit de Barcelona-Catalunya Spain), 2020/06/07
German GP (Sachsenring Germany), 2020/06/21
Dutch GP (TT Circuit Assen The Netherlands), 2020/06/28
Finland GP (KymiRing Finland), 2020/07/12
Czech GP (Automotodrom Brno Czech Republic), 2020/08/09
Austrian GP (Red Bull Ring – Spielberg Austria), 2020/08/16
British GP (Silverstone Circuit United Kingdom), 2020/08/30
San Marino GP (Misano World Circuit Marco Simoncelli San Marino), 2020/09/13
Aragon GP (MotorLand Aragon Spain), 2020/10/04
Japanese GP (Twin Ring Motegi Japan), 2020/10/18
Australian GP (Phillip Island Circuit Australia), 2020/10/25
Malaysian GP (Sepang International Circuit Malaysia), 2020/11/01
Valencia GP (Circuit Ricardo Tormo Spain), 2020/11/15

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