Latest MotoGP 2013 calendar: revised

Dorna update the calendar, again and shift dates of German MotoGP

Posted: 17 October 2012
by Visordown News
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MotoGP 2013 calendar dates

UPDATE: Official 2013 MotoGP calendar dates released.

DORNA have updated the 2013 MotoGP calendar dates, confirming the Texas round and also moving the German MotoGP date.

The provisional 2013 MotoGP schedule was released on the 24th of September, with the second and third rounds showing as TBC, however the third round has been confirmed at The Circuit of The Americas in Texas on the 21st of April.

The German MotoGP at the Sachsenring has been moved a week sooner from the 14th of July to 7th of July, giving the teams more time to get to the USA for the Laguna Seca round on the 21st of July.

It's likely that the missing round, round two, will be in Argentina.

Updated 2013 MotoGP calendar schedule and dates

31 March – Qatar* Doha/Losail

14 April – TBC TBC

21 April – USA, Americas

05 May – Spain(STC), Jerez de la Frontera

19 May – France, Le Mans

2 June – Italy, Mugello

16 June – Catalunya, Catalunya

29 June – Netherlands**, Assen

7 July – Germany, Sachsenring

21 July – United States***, Laguna Seca

18 August – USA, Indianapolis

25 August – Czech Republic, Brno

01 September – Great Britain, Silverstone

15 September – San Marino & Riviera di Rimini, Marco Simoncelli Misano

29 September – Aragón, Motorland

13 October – Malaysia, Sepang

20 October – Australia, Phillip Island

27 October – Japan, Motegi

10 November – Valencia, Ricardo Tormo-Valencia

* Evening Race

** Saturday Race

*** Only MotoGP class

STC (Subject to the Contract)

TBC (To be confirmed)

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Ok here's my 2 pence on the new schedule.

There will be a six week break for moto2 & moto3 categories that seems rather a big break.

There are now 3 races in the US, and Dorna keep on about cost savings then why not have all 3 American races after each other rather than going back and forth across the Atlantic.

With the Problems in Spain with regards to a recession and euro and they have 4 races is that wise (I guess so is they can make money)?

Personally I would love to see Suzuka back on the calendar.

Posted: 17/10/2012 at 12:49

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