The mid-June race at the SokolInternational Racetrack, in Kazakhstan, is new to the provisional calendar of the 2024 MotoGP World Championship. A record season in 22 events hosted by 18 nations. The first in the Qatari night (10 March), the last in Valencia (17 November). On 2 June the Italian GP at Mugello, on 8 September in San Marino. Kazakhstan becomes the 75th venue for a premier class race.
A number that recurs, because next year will also be an opportunity to celebrate the 75th anniversary of the GP ofmotociclismo. With particular attention to the transition to a 100% sustainable fuel: from 2024 it will have to be composed of at least 40% non-fossil sources, and then rise 100% by 2027.
This is the provisional calendar for 2024: - March 10: Qatar (Lusail International Circuit) - March 24: Portugal (Autodromo do Algarve) - April 7: Argentina (Termas de Rio Hondo) - April 14: America (Circuit of The Americas) - April 28: Spain (Jerez-Angel Nieto) - May 12: France (Le Mans) - May 26: Catalonia (Circuit de Barcelona) - June 2: Italy (Autodromo del Mugello) - June 16: Kazakhstan (Sokol Racetrack) - June 30: Netherlands (TT Circuit Assen) - July 7: Germany (Sachsenring) - August 4: Great Britain (Silverstone) - August 18: Austria (Red Bull Ring-Spielberg) - September 1: Aragon (MotorLand) - September 8: San Marino and Rimini Riviera (Misano World Circuit Marco Simoncelli) - September 22: India (Buddh International Circuit) - September 29: Indonesia (Pertamina Mandalika) - October 6: Japan (Mobility Resort Motegi) - October 20: Australia (Phillip Island) - October 27: Thailand (Chang Circuit) - November 3: Malaysia (Sepang) - November 17: Valencia (Ricardo Tormo Circuit)
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