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The current MotoGP season is in full swing with only a few races remaining. We’ve seen tremendous competition among the riders and witnessed unexpected results. Some are even saying that the 2017 MotoGP season has been the best season of all time. Meanwhile, the provisional calendar for 2018 MotoGP has been released.

karel-abraham-motogp-aspar-ducati-wheelie-uae-dubaiThe only new addition to it is the Buriram round in Thailand. It was already confirmed that Thailand will be on the list next year. Now, since the dates are out, it’s become official.

The venue of the British GP is still undecided. Previously it was the Circuit of Wales being considered to replace Silverstone, but due to some reasons, it was dropped out. Now, contemplation is in the process either to continue with Silverstone or pick Donington Park. We’ll let you know once an official confirmation is released. The dates, however, are the usual; late-August.

2017-motogp-andrea-dovizioso-uae-dubaiAccording to the provisional calendar, the 2018 MotoGP would start in Qatar, which will be an evening event; one week earlier than this year, and would end in Valencia, one week later.

Following is the provisional calendar:

Round 1: 18 March- Qatar- Doha/Losail
Round 2: 8 April- Argentina- Termas de Rio Hondo
Round 3: 22 April- Americas- COTA
Round 4: 6 May- Spain- Jerez de la Frontera
Round 5: 20 May- France- Le Mans
Round 6: 3 June- Italy- Mugello
Round 7: 17 June- Catalunya- Catalunya
Round 8: 01 July- Netherlands- TT Assen
Round 9: 15 July- Germany- Sachsenring
Round 10: 5 August- Czech Republic- Brno
Round 11: 12 August- Austria- Red Bull Ring
Round 12: 26 August- Great Britain- TBA
Round 13: 9 September- San Marino & Riviera di Rimini- Misano
Round 14: 23 September- Aragon- MotorLand Aragon
Round 15: 7 October Thailand Buriram
Round 16: 21 October- Japan- Motegi
Round 17: 28 October- Australia- Phillip Island
Round 18: 4 November- Malaysia- Sepang
Round 19: 18 November- Valencia- Ricardo Tormo-Valencia