MotoGP | Come for a lap of the new Mandalika International Street Circuit

As Dorna and FIM reps head to the new Mandalika MotoGP venue, a drone video shows how the new layout is shaping up


MOTOGP representatives from Dorna and the FIM have undertaken an inspection of Mandalika International Street Circuit while new drone footage confirms the layout of the new venue.

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The visit was made by FIM Grand Prix Safety Officer Franco Uncini, Dorna Race Direction Representative Loris Capirossi and Dorna Sports Managing Director Carlos Ezpeleta in order to assess the progress made at the new site.

The circuit was hoped to be hosting an FIM Superbike World Championship round in November 2021, however, due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, all parties involved agreed to hold the first FIM MotoGP World Championship Grand Prix at the track in the first part of the 2022 season, in principle during March. However, if MotoGP is able to hold events in South East Asia towards the end of 2021, efforts will be made to undertake a possible test of the MotoGP™ Class Teams at Mandalika International Street Circuit during that time period in anticipation of the track’s inclusion on the calendar in 2022.

Speaking about the new venue, Dorna CEO, Carmelo Ezpeleta said:

“The visit to Lombok was very successful and we can confirm that the Mandalika International Street Circuit will be one of the most important venues of the calendar in the future. We also know that the fans from Indonesia will attend massively and the GPs will become one of the most iconic ones of the whole season. Indonesia is a key market, not only for Dorna but for all the stakeholders of the Championship”

Mandalika MotoGP track layout and lap