Provisional 2011 MotoGP Calendar Leaked

09/13/2010 @ 11:35 am, by Jensen Beeler5 COMMENTS

While the official Provisional 2011 MotoGP Calendar isn’t expected to go public until later this week, we’ve gotten an inside look at the relatively unchanged MotoGP schedule for next season. Our right and honorable friends at MotoMatters were on the ball this morning when travel agents for MotoGP trips got the provisional calendar in their hands, with some already publishing it to the web (travel agents typically get the calendar before the paddock does, since their industry depends on knowing the schedule as early as possible).

There aren’t too many surprises in the 2011 calendar, but the most noteworthy change is the Qatar GP being moved up three weeks to March 20th, to better compete with the start of World Superbike Championship series. The Portuguese GP at Estoril also moves toward the front of the calendar, which seems to happen every other year now. Lastly, Motegi is on the docket, barring any unforeseen volcanic eruptions. We have yet to see when the TwitGP is scheduled for in 20011. Check the full provisional 2011 MotoGP Calendar after the jump.

Leaked Provisional 2011 MotoGP Calendar:

Date Country Circuit
March 20th Qatar Losail
April 24th Japan Motegi
May 1st Spain Jerez
May 15th Portugal Estoril
May 22nd France Le Mans
June 5th Italy Mugello
June 19th Great Britain Silverstone
June 25th Netherlands Assen
July 3rd Spain/Catalunya Barcelona
July 17th Germany Sachsenring
July 24th United States Laguna Seca
August 14th Czech Republic Brno
August 28th United States Indianapolis
September 4th San Marino Misano
September 18th Spain Aragon
October 09 Malaysia Sepang
October 16 Australia Phillip Island
November 06 Spain Valencia

Source: MotoMatters; Photo: © 2010 Jensen Beeler / Asphalt & Rubber – Creative Commons – Attribution 3.0

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  • Howard Worton

    Interesting to note that Laguna and Indy are still a month apart – I thought Dorna wanted to save money ? Moving everything to and from the USA twice when there is no need to is stupid and/or careless. So much for money saving matters – i.e. less testing.

  • John

    Take out a world map and connect the dots from one race to another. It creates an illogical geometric mess. If the races flowed from one country to the next it would give an unfair advantage to Spies. Spies would be able to easily associate this with the shape of an animal and win every race. Dorna would lose millions if Spies dominated the entire series.

  • Craig

    Unless, John, Dorna bans ice cream and styrofoam cups from the paddock.

  • samivulu

    motogp will be play at 4 circuit in spain…so unfair…why spain get 4 and USA get 2 while other country only one?