Mandalika Holds March 20 Race – runganSport


Francesco Bagnaia (Ducati Lenovo) MotoGP Race Misano, San Marino 2021 / runganSport © MotoGP.

The provisional calendar for the 2022 MotoGP season has been revealed, the Indonesian MotoGP will be the second series, holding a race at the Mandalika circuit after the opening in Losail, Qatar.

Jakarta, runganSport — MotoGP season 2019 ago was MotoGP last year with a normal calendar, managed to hold as many races as originally planned without any changes midway.

Then the 2020 season yesterday became the first year with chaos, MotoGP was also affected by the pandemic Covid-19, pushed the season back to July last year.

There are only 14 races held very close to each other, and many events are held on the same circuit in several countries.

Then the 2021 season becomes a bit normal, but there are still a lot of canceled races, but it’s already better than 2020.

Then, for the year 2022, the MotoGP organizers, Dorna Sports very confident that the season will return to normal like 2019.

The most interesting is of course the increase in races in Indonesia, the Mandalika circuit located in Central Lombok will even be the second series after the season opener in Qatar.

According to media The Race, their reliable sources in the MotoGP paddock have revealed that there are as many as 21 races arranged in the provisional calendar for the upcoming 2022 year.

Besides Indonesia, another new guest is Finland with its circuit, KymiRing, which will take place around the middle of the season.

Here’s the MotoGP 2022 Temporary Schedule

  1. March 6: Losail, Qatar
  2. March 20: Mandalika, Indonesia
  3. 3 April: Termas de Rio Hondo, Argentina
  4. April 10: COTA, United States
  5. 24 April: Portimao, Portugal
  6. May 1: Jerez, Spain
  7. May 15: Le Mans, Prancis
  8. 29 Mei: Mugello, Italy
  9. June 5: Barcelona, ​​Spain
  10. June 19: Sachsenring, Germany
  11. 26 June: Assen, Netherlands
  12. July 10: KymiRing, Finland
  13. August 7: Silverstone, United Kingdom
  14. August 21: Red Bull Ring, Austria
  15. September 11: Aragon, Spain
  16. 18 September: Misano, San Marino
  17. October 2: Motegi, Japan
  18. October 9: Buriram, Thailand
  19. October 23: Phillip Island, Australia
  20. October 30: Sepang, Malaysia
  21. November 13: Valencia, Spain.
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The Mandalika Circuit itself is expected to be completed in September with the homologation process as soon as possible.

Read: Official! Mandalika Circuit Holds Superbike Grand Final 19-21 November 2021

Before the MotoGP race, the Lombok circuit will hold the Asia Talent Cup and World Superbike races at the end of the 2021 competition, then then the MotoGP Pre-season test a month before the inaugural race later in March. (DN / eV)

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