The unofficial calendar of races of the MotoGP 2022 season has been completed, and there are as many as 21 trials on it, which means that the longest season in history awaits us. The global Covid-19 virus pandemic has led to extensive changes to the 2020 and 2021 racing calendars. will take place in new venues. The season will start on March 20 in Qatar and then the caravan will move to Indonesia where the second race of the season will take place on March 21th. This will be a special treat, as it is the first street race in the country that last hosted MotoGP in 6. The race in Argentina is also returning to the calendar on April 20, next weekend.
Formula 1 has also officially confirmed that the championship will be joined this season by a race in Qatar, at the Losail racetrack, where MotoGP races have been held for several years. This year's race in Qatar will replace the canceled test in Australia and will be on the schedule on November 21, as in the case of MotoGP, and it will be a night race under the spotlight. Qatar joins the Formula 1 racing calendar for at least 10 seasons, from 2023 to 2032, but there will be no races in the 2022 season due to the World Cup, and then Qatar will host Formula 1 at another venue, which is still in the planning stage. .
The unofficial tentative calendar of MotoGP 2022 races is known, with 18 races on it. The season is scheduled to begin on March 6 in Qatar and end on October 9 in Thailand. Frame Race Calendar MotoGP 2022 March 6: Losail / Qatar20. March: Mandalica / Indonesia3. April: Termas de Río Hondo / Argentina10. April: Circuit of the Americas / Texas24. April: Portimão / Portugal1. May: Jerez / Spain15. May: Le Mans / France29. May: Mugello / Italy5. June: Barcelona / Spain19. June: Sachsenring / Germany26. June: Assen / Netherlands10. July: KymiRing / Finland7. August: Silverstone / Great Britain21. August: Red Bull Ring / Austria11. September: Aragón / Spain18. September: Misano / San Marino2. October: Motegi / Japan9. October: Buriram / Thailand