MotoGP announces provisional calendar for 2017 season

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MotoGP has officially announced its provisional calendar for the 2017 season, comprising of 18 rounds.

Only two rounds look set to swap places compared to the current schedule, with Qatar kicking things off once again.

The season will begin on the 26 March and conclude at Valencia on the 12 November. Jerez will mark the start of an 11-race run at European venues.

The only change on the calendar is the Brno and Red Bull Ring races swapping places.

Here’s the full provisional 2017 calendar:

26 March – Qatar* (Losail)
9 April – Argentina (Rio Hondo)
23 April – Americas (Circuit of the Americas)
7 May – Spain (Jerez)
21 May – France (Le Mans)
4 June – Italy (Mugello)
11 June – Catalunya (Barcelona)
25 June – Netherlands (Assen)
16 July – Germany (Sachsenring)
6 August – Czech Republic (Brno)
13 August – Austria (Red Bull Ring)
27 August – Great Britain** (Silverstone)
10 September – San Marino (Misano)
24 September – Aragon (MotorLand)
15 October – Japan (Motegi)
22 October – Australia (Phillip Island)
29 October – Malaysia** (Sepang)
12 November – Valencia (Ricardo Tormo)
*Evening Race
**Subject to the contract

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