|Lusail International Circuit
|Autódromo Internacional do Algarve
|Circuit of The Americas
|Circuito de Jerez-Ángel Nieto
|Circuit de Barcelona-Catalunya
|Autodromo Internazionale del
|Sokol International Racetrack
|TT Circuit Assen
|Red Bull Ring-Spielberg
|San Marino e della Riviera di
|Misano World Circuit Marco
|Buddh International Circuit
|Pertamina Mandalika International
|Mobility Resort Motegi
|Chang International Circuit
|Sepang International Circuit
|Ricardo Tormo Circuit
The 2024 MotoGP calendar has been reduced from 22 to 21 rounds, after the cancellation of Argentina. The event at the Termas de Rio Hondo was due to be April 5-7, as the third round of the season, but was called off reportedly due to government cost-cutting.
The season will retain its regionalised approach, grouping races geographically.
There are 10 rounds before the summer break, and 11 after.
Qatar returns as the season-opener on March 10, before the series heads to Portugal a fortnight later for the second round.
Portugal and India are still subject to contract before they can be confirmed.
Kazakhstan (where the grand prix was cancelled this year) is subject to contract and homologation but is planned for June 16.
Hungary is the reserve event in case Kazakhstan is again unable to host MotoGP.
Silverstone will hold the first race after the summer break.
There are two triple-headers in the second half of 2024 - India, Indonesia, Japan then later Australia, Thailand, Malaysia.
The season will conclude on November 17 in Valencia.