The 2013 MotoGP season isn’t ended yet, but Dorna has already released a provisional 2014 schedule that has a few changes.
The biggest news is that Laguna Seca is gone, but Argentina and Brazil are now on the schedule. Of course, everything is subject to change; the Brazilian race is still subject to homologation, so that’s definitely up in the air. The Jerez round is also under contract negotiations at the moment, so that’s a bit iffy.
The entire provisional schedule is below; the calendar crew has the season starting March 23 in Qatar and ending Nov. 9 in Valencia.
Provisional 2014 MotoGP schedule
|27 April||Argentina||Termas de Rio Hondo|
|4 May||Spain(STC)||Jerez de la Frontera|
|18 May||France||Le Mans|
|15 June||Catalunya||Barcelona- Catalunya|
|28 June||Netherlands**||TT Assen|
|10 August||Indianapolis GP||Indianapolis|
|17 August||Czech Republic||Brno|
|31 August||Great Britain||Silverstone|
|14 September||San Marino & Riviera di Rimini||Marco Simoncelli Misano|
|26 October||Australia||Phillip Island|
|9 November||Valencia||Ricardo Tormo-Valencia|
* Evening Race
** Saturday Race
STC (Subject to Contract)
STH (Subject to Homologation)