MotoGP lands in Kazakhstan in 2023

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The FIM MotoGP World Championship is heading to Kazakhstan! 2023 marks the start of a new five-year deal that sees MotoGP touch down in a new region of the world as the stunning Sokol International Racetrack joins the calendar. 

Located just outside Kazakhstan’s largest city, Almaty, Sokol is a brand-new motorsport complex constructed in the heart of Central Asia. The region will be a new pitstop for MotoGP as the sport continues to expand around the world, engaging with new markets and fanbases. 

Located just outside Kazakhstan's largest city, Almaty, Sokol is a brand-new motorsport complex constructed in the heart of Central Asia.
Located just outside Kazakhstan’s largest city, Almaty, Sokol is a brand-new motorsport complex constructed in the heart of Central Asia.

Kazakhstan will also become the 30th country to host a motorcycle Grand Prix since 1949, a perfect landmark number to celebrate the ever-expanding history of the world’s first motorsport World Championship, and Sokol International Racetrack will be the 74th venue to host a premier class Grand Prix.

Kazakhstan will also become the 30th country to host a motorcycle Grand Prix since 1949.
Kazakhstan will also become the 30th country to host a motorcycle Grand Prix since 1949. Sokol International Racetrack will be the 74th venue to host a premier class Grand Prix.

Dates for the Kazakhstan round are still TBA so keep an ear out! It’ll be the first time an MotoGP round has been held in the country and the track looks absolutely stunning!


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