There will be Kazakhstan GP, ​​but India disappears

We are practically in the middle of 2024. The MotoGP season has already consumed its first third, but the 2024 MotoGP calendar continues to undergo modifications and is announced as provisional. As you may remember, the Kazakhstan GP could not be held in June due to serious flooding, so it was postponed without a date.

Now the Kazakhstan GP already has a place on the 2024 MotoGP calendar: September 22. In this way, it will kick off the so-called Asian round. That is the official communication that the championship has made about updating the calendar, but omitting that there will be no Indian GP. Subsequently, in an independent statement it was confirmed that MotoGP will return to the Asian country in 2025.

According to this second communication, next year in March, MotoGP will visit the Buddh International Circuit. In a time that is more favorable in terms of weather according to the aforementioned statement.

But beyond this statement, which is still the official part, the truth is that in the previous provisional calendar India continued to appear as “subject to contract”, so it seems that the relocation of the Kazakhstan GP has forced not to close that contract.

In any case and after the cancellation of the Argentine GP and this one in India, which is actually what has happened, we will have a total of 20 GPs this year. It is still striking that in recent seasons we have had many cancellations and postponements. But what is more striking is that there is officially a reserve circuit, and it has not been used despite the fact that there were 22 GPs scheduled at the beginning.

Likewise and despite this, 20 Grand Prix with two races per GP are enough for a grid that does not stop. And from September 1, when the Aragon GP is held at MotorLand until November 17, when the championship closes at the Circuit Ricardo Tormo, there are 9 GPs scheduled. But six of them are held in 7 weekends, devastating. In any case, this is the calendar, which remains provisional and could have more changes today.

The Indian GP will return, theoretically, in March 2025

Provisional 2024 MotoGP calendar as of 05/29/24

  1. March 10 – Qatar – Lusail International Circuit
  2. March 24 – Portugal – Autódromo Internacional do Algarve
  3. April 14 – United States – Circuit of The Americas
  4. April 28 – Spain – Jerez-Ángel Nieto Circuit
  5. May 12 – France – Le Mans
  6. May 26 – Catalunya – Circuit de Barcelona-Catalunya
  7. June 2 – Italy – Autodromo Internazionale del Mugello
  8. June 30 – Netherlands – TT Circuit Assen
  9. July 7 – Germany – Sachsenring
  10. August 4 – Great Britain Silverstone Circuit
  11. August 18 – Austria – Red Bull Ring-Spielberg
  12. September 1 – Aragon – MotorLand
  13. September 8 – San Marino and Rimini Riviera – Misano World Circuit Marco
  14. simoncelli
  15. September 22 – Kazakhstan – Sokol International Racetrack
  16. September 29 – Indonesia – Pertamina Mandalika International Circuit
  17. October 6 – Japan – Mobility Resort Motegi
  18. October 20 – Australia – Phillip Island
  19. October 27 – Thailand – Chang International Circuit
  20. November 3 – Malaysia – Sepang International Circuit
  21. November 17 – Valencian Community – Circuit Ricardo Tormo

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