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Edited: You can now check the 2020 MotoGP Calendar in Solo Moto.
Dorna has just officially confirmed the 2019 MotoGP calendar. As already announced in September, the MotoGP World Championship will not present any new circuits in 2019 and the number of Great prizes it will not vary with respect to the year 2018.
There will continue to be 19 official stops planned in the largest competition of motorcycling that is celebrated on the planet.
The competition will start in March with the Big prize from Qatar (Losail International Circuit) and will finish in November at the Ricardo Tormo circuit of the Valencia GP. The Spanish GP (Jerez) will be held on May 5, while the Catalan GP (Montmeló) and Aragon (Motorland Aragon) will take place on May 5 and September 22, 2019, respectively.
You can also check the 2019 MotoGP pre-season test calendar.
MotoGP 2019 calendar:
March 10 – Qatar GP – Losail International Circuit
March 31 – GP Argentine Republic – Termas de Río Hondo
April 14 – GP Americas – Circuit of the Americas
May 5 – GP Spain – Jerez Circuit
May 19 – French GP – Le Mans
June 2 – Italian GP – Autodromo del Mugello
June 16 – GP Catalunya – Circuit Barcelona – Catalunya
June 30 – Dutch GP – TT Circuit Assen
July 7 – German GP – Sachsenring
August 4 – GP Czech Republic – Automotodrom Brno
August 11 – Austrian GP – Red Bull Ring Spielberg
August 25 – Great Britain GP – Silverstone Circuit
September 15 – GP San Marino and della Riviera di Rimini – Misano
September 22 – GP Aragon – MotorLand Aragon
October 6 – Thailand GP – Chang International Circuit
October 20 – Japanese GP – Twin Ring Motegi
October 27 – Australian GP – Phillip Island
November 3 – Malaysian GP – Sepang International Circuit
November 17 – Valencian Community GP – Ricardo Tormo
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