MotoGP Drops Brazilian Round in 2014

February 24, 2014
Byron Wilson
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MotoGP revealed its final calendar for the 2014 season which has dropped the Brazilian round at Autodromo Nelson Piquet in Brasilia The stop at Aragon has been pushed back one week and will now take place on the same date initially designated for Brazil, September 28. When the first provisional calendar was released mid-December 2013 Brazil remained subject to homologation, and since then rumors have circulated that work at the circuit was well behind schedule to meet FIM requirements.

2014 MotoGP Final Calendar: Updated February 24)
March 23 – Qatar,* Doha/Losail
April 13 – Americas, Austin
April 27 – Argentina, Termas de Rio Hondo
May 4 – Spain, Jerez de la Frontera
May 18 – France, Le Mans
June 1 – Italy, Mugello
June 15 – Catalunya, Barcelona- Catalunya
June 28 – Netherlands,** TT Assen
July 13 – Germany, Sachsenring
August 10 – Indianapolis GP, Indianapolis
August 17 – Czech Republic, Brno
August 31 – Great Britain, Silverstone
September 14 – San Marino & Riviera di Rimini Marco Simoncelli, Misano
September 28 – Aragon, MotorLand
October 12 – Japan, Motegi
October 19 – Australia, Phillip Island
October 26 – Malaysia, Sepang
November 9 – Valencia, Ricardo Tormo-Valencia


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