The MotoGP will begin with two races in Qatar

he is 2021 MotoGP World Championships The International Motorcycle Federation announced, Friday, that the race will start with two races at the Losail Circuit in Qatar, followed by a test in Portugal, while races in Argentina and the United States have been postponed.

The first round of the World Cup will be held in Lusail, on March 28 at night, and the second phase, the same stage and also at night, will follow on April 4. This is followed by the Portuguese Grand Prix in Portimao (Portugal) on April 18th. Races scheduled in Argentina (April 11) and the United States (18) have been postponed to the end of the year due to the pandemic.

The calendar currently contains 19 events and should end in Spain, at the Valencia Circuit, on November 14th. Two days of training are planned for March 3rd and 4th at Losail Circuit.

Last year the MotoGP World Championship was reduced to fourteen events. It was won by the Spaniards Joan Mir (Suzuki).

The provisional calendar for the 2021 MotoGP World Championship

March 28:

Qatar (Lusail, Night Race).

April 4:

Qatar (Lusail, Night Race).

April 18:

Portugal (Portimao).

May 2:

Spain (Jerez).

May 16:

France (Le Mans).

May 30:

Italy (Mugello).

June 6

Catalonia (Barcelona).

June 20:

Germany (Sachsenring).

June 27:

Netherlands (ASN)

July 11:

Finland (KymiRing, subject to department approval).

Aug 15:

Austria (Spielberg).

Aug 29:

Great Britain (Silverstone).

September 12:

Aragon (Alcaniz).

September 19:

San Marino (Misano).

October 3:

Japan (Motegi).

October 10:

Thailand (Buriram).

October 24:

Australia (Phillip Island).

October 31:

Malasia (Sepang).

November 14:

Valencian Community (Ricardo Tormo Circuit).

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