Grand Prix of India returns for 2024 as Moto GP announces schedule for coming season

The season will kick off under the floodlights in Lusail in Qatar on March 10

Updated - 27 Sep 2023 08:04 PM

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The 2024 MotoGP has announced its calendar for the 2024 season which will see the World Championship comprising of record-breaking 22 Grands Prix. In welcome news for Indian fans, the Indian GP has been retained on the calendar, subject to its contract. The season will kick off under the floodlights in Lusail in Qatar on March 10, with Valencia bringing the curtain down on the campaign at Circuit Ricardo Tormo on November 17.


2024 will be a landmark year as MotoGP celebrates the 75th anniversary of motorcycle Grand Prix racing. The sport would also take major steps to complete a transition towards 100% sustainable fuel. As per regulations, from  2024 fuel must be a minimum of 40% of non-fossil origin before that rises to 100% by 2027. The 2024 calendar would retain the regionalised nature, with races grouped geographically and along routes which can increase efficiency as freight and personnel are moved all around the world.

Check out the schedule here:

Date

Country

Track

10 March

Qatar

Lusail International Circuit

24 March

Portugal*

Autódromo Internacional do Algarve

07 April

Republica Argentina

Termas de Río Hondo

14 April

Americas

Circuit of The Americas

28 April

Spain

Circuito de Jerez-Ángel Nieto

12 May

France

Le Mans

26 May

Catalunya

Circuit de Barcelona-Catalunya

02 June

Italy

Autodromo Internazionale del

Mugello

16 June

Kazakhstan**

Sokol International Racetrack

30 June

Netherlands

TT Circuit Assen

07 July

Germany

Sachsenring

04 August

Great Britain

Silverstone Circuit

18 August

Austria

Red Bull Ring-Spielberg

01 September

Aragon

MotorLand

08 September

San Marino e della Riviera di

Rimini

Misano World Circuit Marco

Simoncelli

22 September

India*

Buddh International Circuit

29 September

Indonesia

Pertamina Mandalika International

Circuit

06 October

Japan

Mobility Resort Motegi

20 October

Australia

Phillip Island

27 October

Thailand

Chang International Circuit

03 November

Malaysia

Sepang International Circuit

17 November

Comunitat Valenciana

Ricardo Tormo Circuit


NOTES:

Reserve Event: Hungary-Balaton Park Circuit**

*Subject to contract

** Subject to contract and homologation

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Grand Prix of India returns for 2024 as Moto GP announces schedule for coming season

The season will kick off under the floodlights in Lusail in Qatar on March 10

Updated - 27 Sep 2023 08:04 PM

moto gp sportstiger

The 2024 MotoGP has announced its calendar for the 2024 season which will see the World Championship comprising of record-breaking 22 Grands Prix. In welcome news for Indian fans, the Indian GP has been retained on the calendar, subject to its contract. The season will kick off under the floodlights in Lusail in Qatar on March 10, with Valencia bringing the curtain down on the campaign at Circuit Ricardo Tormo on November 17.


2024 will be a landmark year as MotoGP celebrates the 75th anniversary of motorcycle Grand Prix racing. The sport would also take major steps to complete a transition towards 100% sustainable fuel. As per regulations, from  2024 fuel must be a minimum of 40% of non-fossil origin before that rises to 100% by 2027. The 2024 calendar would retain the regionalised nature, with races grouped geographically and along routes which can increase efficiency as freight and personnel are moved all around the world.

Check out the schedule here:

Date

Country

Track

10 March

Qatar

Lusail International Circuit

24 March

Portugal*

Autódromo Internacional do Algarve

07 April

Republica Argentina

Termas de Río Hondo

14 April

Americas

Circuit of The Americas

28 April

Spain

Circuito de Jerez-Ángel Nieto

12 May

France

Le Mans

26 May

Catalunya

Circuit de Barcelona-Catalunya

02 June

Italy

Autodromo Internazionale del

Mugello

16 June

Kazakhstan**

Sokol International Racetrack

30 June

Netherlands

TT Circuit Assen

07 July

Germany

Sachsenring

04 August

Great Britain

Silverstone Circuit

18 August

Austria

Red Bull Ring-Spielberg

01 September

Aragon

MotorLand

08 September

San Marino e della Riviera di

Rimini

Misano World Circuit Marco

Simoncelli

22 September

India*

Buddh International Circuit

29 September

Indonesia

Pertamina Mandalika International

Circuit

06 October

Japan

Mobility Resort Motegi

20 October

Australia

Phillip Island

27 October

Thailand

Chang International Circuit

03 November

Malaysia

Sepang International Circuit

17 November

Comunitat Valenciana

Ricardo Tormo Circuit


NOTES:

Reserve Event: Hungary-Balaton Park Circuit**

*Subject to contract

** Subject to contract and homologation

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