A 20-races MotoGP provisional schedule 2021 has been revealed. Portugal, Indonesia, and Russia have been selected as alternate venues.
The MotoGP 2020 schedule has been reduced due to the COVID-19 pandemic, canceling the original 20-round schedule, and it scrapped into 14 rounds in Europe that started in Jerez in July.
The MotoGP 2021 Season-opening race will happen in Qatar on 28 March, then MotoGP heads for a double-header weekend to Argentina and America from April 11th to 18th.
On 2nd May, the European season will start with the Spanish Grand Prix. The GPs in France, Italy, Catalonia, Germany, and the Netherlands will take place according to the 2020 schedule. MotoGP will back in Finland on 11 July but is subject to FIM homologation of the KymiRing.
The British Grand Prix will commence on 29 August at Silverstone, then Aragon Grand Prix will take place on September 12, and Misano GP will happen at Misano on 19 September.
Then MotoGP moves to play for two pacific rounds, Japanese GP on 3 October, and after one week, Thailand GP will take place on 10 October. Australia and Malaysia Grand Prix will take place on 24 October, and 31st October, the championship will end with Valencia on 14 November. Here you can see the MotoGP 2021 full schedule.