MotoGP, Valencia accepts the rotation system: three Grand Prixs in 5 years

Dorna signed from 2022 to 2026. The Ricardo Tormo circuit will alternate with the others on the Iberian peninsula but will remain the last race of the year.


The Valencia circuit has renewed its contract with Dorna to host the Grand Prix from 2022 to 2026 and, during these five years, the MotoGP will race at least three times at Ricardo Tormo. As Carmelo Ezpeleta had anticipated in our interview, they plan to alternate the races in Spain.

The Valencia circuit was the first to accept this new development, and the contract that was just signed will guarantee at least three Grand Prix in 5 years, each of which will be the grand finale of the season.

"Since Valencia was the first to accept this agreement, the circuit will be included in the 2022 calendar, the first in which the rotation will begin,” Dorna’s CEO, Ezpeleta, explained.  “They'll also have the right to be the last Grand Prix of the season. I wish I could have added another five years to the agreement, but it wasn’t possible."



Translated by Leila Myftija

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