The provisional calendar for the 2015 MotoGP™ season has been released! The 18-race season will begin in March in Qatar and continue through November.
The circuit will make its way across multiple continents and consist of 11 races in Europe, two in North America, one in Australia, a race in South East Asia, one in East Asia, another in South America, and also a race in the Middle East.
MotoGP™ continues to stay true to its long-standing, traditional European venues, while adding new circuits when a demand calls for it. MotoGP™ made its return to South America this past season with the addition of the Gran Premio Red Bull de la Republica Argentina at the recently built Termas de Rio Hondo circuit in Argentina.
MotoGP™ will again return to the United States for the Red Bull Grand Prix of The Americas, which brought in approximately 125,000 spectators in 2014.
The fans who cam out for the 2014 season proved MotoGP™ grand's prix draw quite a crowd, regardless of the continent they call home. Fourteen of the races garnered an audience of more than 100,000, including the MotoGP™ at Circuit of The Americas in Austin.
The Grand Prix in Brno, Czech Republic pulled the biggest audience with over 240,00 in attendance. They gained 20,000 more people compared to the attendance at their 2013 race. Crowds at the Gran Premio de Espana at Circuito de Jerez in Spain and the eni Motorrad Grand Prix Deutschland at Sachsenring in Hohenstein-Ernstthal in Germany both exceeded the 200,000 mark, as well.
In totality, MotoGP™ has pulled crowds of more than 2.5 million in for the moto racing action, making 2014 an outstanding season for the sport. The 2014 calendar marks the 10th season that MotoGP™ has drawn in crowds of over two million people.
The Fantastic Four
This year, Marc Marquez broke MotoGP™ legend Mick Doohan’s record of 12 wins in a season with his 13th win taking place at the final MotoGP™ race of the 2014 calendar at the Sepang International Circuit in Malaysia. The Honda Repsol rider accumulated an astonishing 360 points, just missing the maximum amount of 450 points possible in a season.
It was not Marquez alone, though, that made the 2014 MotoGP™ season fun to watch. He was joined by other frequent podium holders Lorenzo, Rossi, and four time podium-placer, Dani Pedrosa. The four make up what MotoGP™ fans are now affectionately call the “Fantastic Four”.
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Official 2015 MotoGP Calendar
|Mar. 15||Grand Prix of Qatar||
|Apr. 12||Grand Prix of The Americas||
Circuit of The Americas
|Apr. 19||G.P. De La Republica Argentina||
Autodromo Termas de
|May 3||Gran Premio De Espana||
|May 17||Grand Prix De France||
|May 31||Gran Premio D'Italia||
|Jun. 14||Gran Premi De Catalunya||
|Jun. 27||TT Assen||
|Jul. 12||Motorrad Grand Prix Deutschland||
|Aug. 9||Indianapolis Grand Prix||
|Aug. 16||Grand Prix Ceske Republiky||
|Aug. 30||British Grand Prix||
|Sep. 13||GP Di San marino||
Misano World Circuit
|Sep. 27||Gran Premio De Aragon||
|Oct. 11||Grand Prix of Japan||
|Oct. 18||Australian Grand Prix||
|Oct. 25||Malaysian Motorcycle Grand Prix||
|Nov. 8||Gran Premio de la Comunitat Valenciana||
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