Revised MotoGP calendar released, Brazil cancelled

Posted: 24 Feb 2014

There will be no MotoGP in Brazil this year

The FIM has released an updated version of the 2014 calendar, confirming the widely expected cancellation of the proposed Brazilian Grand Prix.

The round, originally scheduled to be held at the Brasilia circuit on 28th September, was only a provisional addition to the 2014 calendar subject to the circuit passing the FIM’s safety homologation requirements. However, it would seem the circuit didn’t even get that far, with organisers unable to secure funding to renovate the Autodromo Internacional Nelson Piquet circuit in the country’s capital, Brasilia.

As a result of this change, Aragon will now take the 26-28 September slot, pushing the original date back by one week.

There will still be one Grand Prix in South America this year, with the race in Argentina expected to go ahead as planned.

Revised 2014 MotoGP Calendar

23 Mar – Qatar, Losail International Circuit (Evening Race)
13 Apr -  USA, Circuit of the Americas
27 Apr – Argentina, Autodromo Termas de Rio Hondo.
04 May – Spain, Circuito de Jerez
18 May – France, Le Mans
1 Jun – Italy, Mugello
15 Jun – Catalunya, Circuit de Barcelona-Catalunya
28 Jun – Netherlands, TT Assen (Saturday Race)
13 Jul – Germany, Sachsenring
10 Aug – Indianapolis, Indianapolis Motor Speedway
17 Aug – Czech Republic, Automotodrom Brno
31 Aug – Great Britain, Silverstone Circuit
14 Sep – San Marino, Misano World Circuit Marco Simoncelli
28 Sep – Aragon, Motorland Aragon.
12 Oct – Japan, Motegi
19 Oct – Australia, Phillip Island,
26 Oct – Malaysia, Sepang
09 Nov – Valencia, Ricardo Tormo-Valencia

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