2012-12-14 14:27:29+0000

Featuring 18 events, the 2013 MotoGP calendar looks mighty promising. The season kicks off on April 7th under lights in the always glamorus Losail Circuit in Qatar.

There's even a few North American stops with Texas, California, and Indiana hosting a race each.

1) April 7 - Losail, Qatar

2) April 21 - Circuit of the Americas, Austin, Texas

3) May 5 - Jerez de la Frontera, Spain

4) May 19 - Le Mans, France

5) June 2 - Mugello, Italy

6) June 16 - Circuit de Catalunya, Catalunya

7) June 29 - TT Assen, Netherlands

8) July 14 - Sachsenring, Germany

9) July 21 - Laguna Seca (Mazda Raceway), California

10) August 18 - Indianapolis Motor Speedway, Indiana

11) August 25 - Automotodrom Brno, Czech Republic

12) September 12 - Silverstone, Great Britain

13) September 15 - Misano World Circuit, San Marino

14) September 29 - MotorLand Aragon, Aragon

15) October 13 - Sepang Circuit, Malaysia

16) October 20 - Phillip Island, Australia

17) October 27 - Motegi, Japan

18) Comunitat Valenciana, Valencia

There aren't many of us who get to race around a closed course tracks at break-neck speeds, but getting to watch the likes of Rossi and Lorenzo do it is almost as good.

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  • Kman
  • 2012-12-17T05:15:41-05:00

@alex That and maybe an American rider or two...

 
  • Kman
  • 2012-12-17T05:15:02-05:00

Yea, the Spanish dominance on the list is pretty crazy. I don't know much about the 4th US stop, but it would make sense if this series hopes to gain traction with the American market.

 
  • alex
  • 2012-12-15T04:07:09-05:00

Now with a third US grand-prix. I guess that's getting close to Spain's four but aren't they planning on adding a fourth US one soon?