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    MotoGP 2018 Match Schedule Released

    Thursday, September 14, 2017, September 14, 2017 EDT Last Updated 2017-09-15T03:27:15Z
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    The provisional schedule for the 2018 MotoGP competition has been announced. Thailand's MotoGP which will be held for the first time get a share in October.

    From the calendar released on the official MotoGP website, the number of series for the 2018 season is 19 series. That is, the number of races next year will be more than this year which is only 18 pieces.

    Qatar will remain host of the opening series in March. Meanwhile, the last series that was held in November still held in Valencia.

    MotoGP Thailand, the only new series on 2018 MotoGP calendar, will be held in early October. Racing in Thailand is planned to be held at the Circuit Buriram.

    In this temporary calendar, the location of the British MotoGP is not decided after the Circuit of Wales is canceled to host. The choice for this series is advanced at Silverstone or back to Donington Park.

    Here's the 2018 MotoGP calendar while:

    March 18: MotoGP Qatar - Losail

    April 8: Argentine MotoGP - Termas de Rio Hondo
    22 April: Austin MotoGP - Circuit of The Americas
    May 6: Spanish MotoGP - Jerez

    May 20: French MotoGP - Le Mans
    3 June: Italian MotoGP - Mugello
    17 June: MotoGP Catalunya - Catalunya

    1 July: MotoGP Netherlands - Assen
    July 15: German MotoGP - Sachsenring
    5 August: MotoGP Czech Republic - Brno

    12 August: Austrian MotoGP - Red Bull Ring
    August 26: British MotoGP - not yet announced
    September 9: MotoGP San Marino - Misano

    September 23: MotoGP Aragon - Aragon
    7 October: MotoGP Thailand - Buriram
    21 October: MotoGP Japan - Motegi

    28 October: MotoGP Australia - Phillip Island
    4 November: Malaysian MotoGP - Sepang
    November 18: Valencia MotoGP - Ricardo Tormo


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