MotoGP announces a tentative 2021 schedule

MotoGP is winding down its 2020 season (and it’s been a wild ride!), and now the plans are already formulating for 2021. There’s a tentative schedule released, and it shows the organizers are hoping for a fairly normal season this time.

Note that in the schedule below, about half the dates are still to be confirmed, but it seems organizers are hopeful. There’s always a few changes every year, anyway, so expect some juggling in the lineup either way. And, of course, the Finnish GP is still up in the air, as the track must be homologated first.

It’s looking hopeful, though. The 2020 campaign was an interrupted mess, thanks to COVID-19, but maybe 2021 will be better?

Here’s the 2021 tentative schedule:

Date          Grand prix         Circuit
March 28th, Qatar, Losail International Circuit
April 11th, Republica Argentina, Termas de Rio Hondo
April 18th, Americas, Circuit of the Americas
May 2nd, Spain, Circuito de Jerez – Ángel Nieto
May 16th, France, Le Mans
May 30th, Italy, Autodromo del Mugello
June 6th, Catalunya, Barcelona – Catalunya
June 20th, Germany, Sachsenring
June 27th, Netherlands TT, Circuit Assen
July 11th, Finland, KymiRing
To be decided: 
August 15th, Austria, Red Bull Ring-Spielberg
August 29th, Great Britain, Silverstone
September 12th, Aragón, MotorLand Aragón
September 19th, San Marino e della Riviera di Rimini, Misano 
October 3rd, Japan, Twin Ring Motegi
October 10th, Thailand, Chang International Circuit
October 24th, Australia, Philip Island
October 31st, Malaysia, Sepang International Circuit
November 14th, Comunitat Valenciana, Comunitat Valenciana-Ricardo Tormo

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