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First look at 2017 MotoGP calendar

A provisional version of the 2017 MotoGP calendar confirms all 18 rounds of this year's world championship are set to continue, with no new additions.

However changes will be made in 2018 with a deal already in place for Finland to join the line-up, plus other possible new events in Indonesia and Thailand.

Indonesia has an agreement with Dorna for an event, but is yet to deliver a suitable circuit, while Thailand's Chang International Circuit has been hosting World Superbike since 2015…

Provisional 2017 MotoGP calendar:
Round 1: 26 March Qatar* Doha/Losail
Round 2: 9 April Argentina Termas de Rio Hondo
Round 3: 23 April Americas COTA
Round 4: 7 May Spain Jerez de la Frontera
Round 5: 21 May France Le Mans
Round 6: 4 June Italy Mugello
Round 7: 11 June Catalunya Catalunya
Round 8: 25 June Netherlands TT Assen
Round 9: 16 July Germany Sachsenring
Round 10: 6 August Czech Republic Brno
Round 11: 13 August Austria Red Bull Ring
Round 12: 27 August Great Britain** Silverstone
Round 13: 10 September San Marino & Riviera di Rimini Misano
Round 14: 24 September Aragon MotorLand Aragon
Round 15: 15 October Japan Motegi
Round 16: 22 October Australia Phillip Island
Round 17: 29 October Malaysia** Sepang
Round 18: 12 November Valencia Ricardo Tormo-Valencia
* Evening Race
** Subject to the contract


Read more at MotoGP News - First look at 2017 MotoGP calendar
 

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I should really try to get to Assen next year...

Would be cool if they could have an event here in Belgium, both Zolder and Spa are splendid circuits
 

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I should be at COTA and am gonna really try to make it out to Misano. Its on my bucket list to see Rossi race there!
 

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The 2017 MotoGP calendar is now officially confirmed. The FIM removed the provisional status of the calendar after Dorna finalized contracts with the two remaining circuits still left with an asterisk: Silverstone and Sepang.
The situation with Sepang had been settled earlier, with Sepang keen to retain a MotoGP race for the long term. Sepang has grown to become one of the best-attended races on the calendar. So large are the crowds that they now easily outnumber attendance for F1, which the circuit is trying to drop.
Silverstone was the last race to be finalized. Representatives from the Circuit of Wales, which holds the contract for the British round of MotoGP, had traveled to the Movistar Yamaha launch in Madrid, where they met with Dorna CEO Carmelo Ezpeleta.
There, they finalized arrangements for this year’s round of MotoGP. Despite the Circuit of Wales still only existing on paper, the British round will continue to be nominally hosted by the circuit for as long as they keep complying with their financial obligations to Dorna. Until the circuit is finished, the race is likely to stay at Silverstone.
Below is the now official MotoGP calendar for 2017:
Date Grand Prix Venue
March 26th Qatar* Losail International Circuit
April 9th República Argentina Termas de Río Hondo
April 23rd Americas Circuit of The Americas
May 7th Spain Circuito de Jerez
May 21st France Le Mans
June 4th Italy Autodromo del Mugello
June 11th Catalunya Barcelona – Catalunya
June 25th Netherlands TT Circuit Assen
July 2nd Germany Sachsenring
August 6th Czech Republic Automotodrom Brno
August 13th Austria Red Bull Ring – Spielberg
August 27th Great Britain Silverstone Circuit
September 10th San Marino e della Riviera di Rimini Misano World Circuit Marco Simoncelli
September 24th Aragón MotorLand Aragón
October 15th Japan Twin Ring Motegi
October 22nd Australia Phillip Island
October 29th Malaysia Sepang International Circuit
November 12th Comunitat Valenciana Comunitat Valenciana – Ricardo Tormo
* Night race
 
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