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2014 MotoGP Calendar Trimmed — Doesn't Have Brazilian

2014 MotoGP Calendar Trimmed — Doesn't Have Brazilian

The FIM has today released the final, official version of the 2014 MotoGP calendar. As expected, the Brazil round has been dropped, after it became clear that construction work at the Autodromo Nelson Piquet in Brasilia would not be completed in time for the September round. To ease the...

Published on February 25 2014, 16:51
Source: www.asphaltandrubber.com
 

The FIM have today released the provisional version of the MotoGP calendar for 2014. As expected, there are few surprises: with the addition of Argentina and Brazil, there will be nineteen races on the calendar, though Brazil is not expected to be ready to host a race next year, the event likely... 

As always happens, the 2014 MotoGP calendar has seen a bit of a re-shuffle with the Sepang round moving to the end the flyaway schedule which puts Motegi first behind the planned debut in Brazil. The Japan round will now be over the weekend of October 12 before shipping to Phillip Island and... 

In comparison with the earlier version of the provisional 2014 calendar, the Spanish event at Jerez is no longer Subject to Contract (STC). Furthermore, there has been a reshuffling in the order of those races making up the late-season 'triple-header', which will now begin in Japan before moving... 

In comparison with the earlier version of the provisional 2014 calendar, the Grande Prêmio do Brasil has been removed from the schedule and the Gran Premio de Aragón has moved to the weekend of 26th-28th September. The 2014 calendar is therefore as follows: 23 Mar – Qatar* – Doha/Losail 13 Apr –... 

The first major change to the 2014 MotoGP schedule has been announced. Though the dates remain the same, the order of the Asian flyaway triple header has been reshuffled, with Sepang moving from first of the three to last. The Grand Prix classes will now head to Japan first, for the Japanese GP... 

The FIM have today at last finalized the 2016 MotoGP calendar. The two circuits that were still subject to contract, Brno and Jerez, have now had their contracts confirmed. The calendar is unchanged from the provisional calendar published between Sepang and Valencia last year. FIM MotoGP... 

The FIM today issued a revised and updated version of the provisional 2017 MotoGP calendar. The calendar features just a single change: the date of the German round of MotoGP at Sachsenring has been moved forward two weeks, and will now take place on July 2nd. The change has both benefits and...