Find out about each of the races which make up the MotoGP Championship with the free printable MotoGP Calendar!
Established in 1949 by the Fédération Internationale de Motocyclisme (FIM), the MotoGP Championship is currently in its 65th year. As one of the longest running Motorsports Championships in the world, MotoGP is the premier class of three separate categories that take place during a typical Grand Prix Racing Weekend. Take a look at our selection of Racing Calendars to see the dates of even more Racing Events.
During a Grand Prix Racing Weekend, there is a race in each of the three categories: Moto3, Moto2 and MotoGP which, predominantly distinguished by the engine capacity of the motorcycles, means that three Grand Prix Champions are crowned at the end of every MotoGP season. A Grand Prix Event lasts for three days with the first two used for practice and qualification rounds for each class and the third day is always Race-Day.
Whether you’re planning to attend the 2014 MotoGP Racing Weekends themselves and visit the MotoGP Circuits or simply want to to watch the televised 2014 Grand Prix Events from the comfort of your own home, make sure you remember all of the MotoGP dates with your free MotoGP Calendar!
2014 MotoGP Calendar
The 2014 MotoGP will be made up of races which, taking place on 18 different circuits, will be hosted in a total of 13 countries as shown in the free MotoGP 2014 Calendar below:
|Circuit||Start Date||End Date|
|Qatar, Doha, Losail International Circuit||Thursday 20th March||Sunday 23rd March|
|United States, Austin, Circuit of the Americas||Friday 11th April||Sunday 13th April|
|Argentina, Autódromo Termas de Río Hondo||Friday 25th April||Sunday 27th April|
|Spain, Jerez de la Frontera, Circuito de Jerez||Friday 2nd May||Sunday 4th May|
|France, Le Mans||Friday 16th May||Sunday 18th May|
|Italy, Mugello Circuit||Friday 30th May||Sunday 1st June|
|Spain, Catalunya, Circuit de Catalunya||Friday 13th June||Sunday 15th June|
|Netherlands, Assen, TT Circuit Assen||Thursday 26th June||Saturday 28th June|
|Germany, Sachsenring||Friday 11th July||Sunday 13th July|
|United States, Indianapolis, Indianapolis Motor Speedway||Friday 8th August||Sunday 10th August|
|Czech Republic, Brno, Masaryk Circuit||Friday 15th August||Sunday 17th August|
|United Kingdom, Silverstone Circuit||Friday 29th August||Sunday 31st August|
|San Marino, Misano World Circuit Marco Simoncelli||Friday 12th September||Sunday 14th September|
|Spain, Aragon, Motorland Aragon||Friday 26th September||Sunday 28th September|
|Japan, Motegi, Twin Ring Motegi||Friday 10th October||Sunday 12th October|
|Australia, Phillip Island Grand Prix Circuit||Friday 17th October||Sunday 19th October|
|Malaysia, Sepang, Sepang Circuit||Friday 24th October||Sunday 26th October|
|Spain, Valencia, Circuit Ricardo Tormo||Friday 7th November||Sunday 9th November|
The 2014 MotoGP Schedule went through some last minute changes when Brazil was dropped from the definitive MotoGP Calendar. MotoGP´s planned return to Brazil and the Autódromo Internacional Nelson Piquet circuit in the capital city Brasilia in 2014 was omitted from the MotoGP Calendar as the construction work to upgrade the venue, close to Brasilia´s stadium for the 2014 FIFA World Cup, was said to be running behind schedule. Therefore, the original date of 28th September was given to the Aragon Grand Prix which moves a week from its original slot of 21st September. This change to the 2014 MotoGP Calendar means that the San Marino Grand Prix and the Aragon Grand Prix will be held two weeks apart, rather than there being three back-to-back races.
With Brazil not being replaced, the 2014 MotoGP calendar comprises of a total of 18 rounds and includes a new event in Argentina at the Autódromo Termas de Río Hondo but Laguna Seca has been removed.