FIM and Dorna released a provisional 19-race calendar for the 2019 MotoGP season with Finland officially postponed.
The 2019 season will start at the usual venue at Losail International Circuit in Qatar during the March 8-10 weekend followed by the two American races in Argentina and USA in March and April.
The European leg will then kick-start at Jerez in Spain during the May 3-5 weekend and will culminate in at Motorland Aragon during September 20-22 weekend. The Thai GP at Chang International starts the Asian leg including Australia during October 4-6 weekend.
The season will end at Circuit Ricardo Tormo in Valencia during the November 15-17 weekend. The calendar doesn’t feature the new-to-be built KymiRing circuit in Finland which was provisionally announced for a 2019 start but has since been deferred to 2020.
A race in Mexico was also discussed on the Formula 1 circuit as a replacement to Finland, but it seems like the decision has been dropped for the 2019 season at least. Provisional 2019 MotoGP calendar as follows – MotoGP confirmed on January 21, 2019 that the races will remain the same as it was released before:
|1||Qatar GP||Losail International Circuit||March 8-10|
|2||Argentina GP||Termas de Rio Hondo||March 29-31|
|3||Americas GP||Circuit of the Americas||April 12-14|
|4||Spanish GP||Circuito de Jerez-Angel Nieto||May 3-5|
|5||French GP||Le Mans||May 17-19|
|6||Italian GP||Autodromo di Mugello||May 31 – June 2|
|7||Catalunya GP||Circuit de Barcelona-Catalunya||June 14-16|
|8||Dutch GP||TT Circuit Assen||June 28-30|
|9||German GP||Sachsenring||July 5-7|
|10||Czech GP||Automotodrom Brno||August 2-4|
|11||Austrian GP||Red Bull Ring – Spielberg||August 9-11|
|12||British GP||Silverstone Circuit||August 23-25|
|13||San Marino GP||Misano World Circuit Marco Simoncelli||September 13-15|
|14||Aragon GP||MotorLand Aragon||September 20-22|
|15||Thai GP||Chang International Circuit||October 4-6|
|16||Japanese GP||Twin Ring Motegi||October 18-20|
|17||Australian GP||Phillip Island Circuit||October 25-27|
|18||Malaysian GP||Sepang International Circuit||November 1-3|
|19||Valencia GP||Circuit Ricardo Tormo||November 15-17|