Dorna Sports has released a provisional 2022 MotoGP calendar comprised of 21 races.
Indonesia's Mandalika International Street Circuit and Finland's KymiRing are finally set to make their debuts on the calendar after being slated to do so previously, while Phillip Island is back in a customary mid-October slot, as part of a four-race sequence of Asia-Pacific flyaways.
As previously announced, the season begins with the Qatar Grand Prix, under lights at the Losail International Circuit, on March 4-6.
Portugal's Portimao will feature for a third season in a row as Round 5, before the campaign settles into a very familiar rhythm across Europe.
The Netherlands' Assen is the last venue before the summer break, on June 24-26, before competition resumes with Finland on July 8-10, also subject to circuit homologation.
Then, once again, it is a fairly typical run of Great Britain, Austria, San Marino, and Aragon, before the field jets off to Asia.
The Japanese Grand Prix is a slightly earlier than usual September 23-25, followed by Thailand, a week off, Australia, and Malaysia.
The finale then takes place at its now usual location, namely Valencia's Circuit Ricardo Tormo.
The latter is set to host the Superbike World Championship, also run by Dorna, on November 19-21 although that too is, of course, subject to circuit homologation.
MotoGP 2022 calendar Provisional
|Losail International Circuit
|Mandalika International Street Circuit
|Termas de Rio Hondo
|Circuit of The Americas
|Algarve International Circuit
|Circuito de Jerez-Ángel Nieto
|Autodromo del Mugello
|TT Circuit Assen
|Red Bull Ring-Spielberg
|San Marino e della Riviera di Rimini
|Misano World Circuit Marco Simoncelli
|Twin Ring Motegi
|Chang International Circuit
|Sepang International Circuit
|Comunitat Valenciana-Ricardo Tormo
* Evening Race
**Subject to Homologation
All dates, events and the attendance of spectators are subject to the evolution of the pandemic and the approval of the corresponding Governments and authorities.