For 2022, the MotoGP racing calendar sees two new additions to the fixtures, Mandalika International Street Circuit in Indonesia and Finland’s KymiRing, for a total of 21 races. Racing begins March 6 in Qatar at the Losail circuit, preceded by pre-season testing in Sepang, Malaysia on February 5 and 6, followed by Mandalika on February 11 to 13.

These will be followed by a third test in Jerez, Spain on February 22 to 24 before racing proper flags off in Qatar. The 21 race calendar will be the highest ever number of rounds in MotoGP which has traditionally held to a 19 race calendar.

Indonesia’s Mandalika circuit is set to be the second race for this year’s MotoGP, happening on the weekend of March 20. The circus then heads to Argentina and the US for South American leg of racing before returning to Europe.

September 25 sees the beginning of the Asia-Pacific leg of MotoGP, beginning with Twin Ring Motegi in Japan. This is followed by Thailand and Australia before Sepang circuit hosts the Malaysian Grand Prix on October 23 while racing concludes with the traditional season ending race in Valencia on November 6.