Infront Moto Racing is thrilled to unveil the provisional 2024 FIM Motocross World Championship Calendar, featuring a line-up of exciting locations. 

Together with the MXGP and MX2 Championship Calendar also the FIM Women’s Motocross World Championship and FIM Europe EMX Championship categories are released.

With a total of 21 events planned for 2024, the season will culminate with the prestigious Monster Energy FIM Motocross of Nations at Matterley BasinUnited Kingdom, from October 4th to 6th.

The FIM Motocross World Championship will kick off on March 10th with the MXGP of Patagonia Argentina in the picturesque Villa la Angostura, followed by the MXGP of Europe at a soon-to-be-confirmed location on March 24th.

Exciting back-to-back Grand Prix events are scheduled for Sardegna and Trentino, leading into a thrilling triple-header in Portugal, Spain, and France that will mark the comeback of Saint Jean d’Angely. Early June will witness another triple-header, featuring the Liqui Moly MXGP of Germany, Latvia, and a Grand Prix location that will be confirmed, rounding out the first half of the season.

Continuing the tradition from the previous year, the MXGP paddock will travel to Asia in late June for a thrilling double header in Sumbawa-Indonesia, and Lombok- Indonesia.

The championship will then return to Europe, with events in the Czech RepublicFlanders (Belgium), SwedenThe Netherlands, and Switzerland. The popular MXGP of Turkiye in Afyonkarahisar will be followed by an event in early September that is yet to be announced, leading up to the grand finale of the 2024 MXGP Season at the MXGP of Italy, hosted at a venue yet to be confirmed.

Last by not least the most important event of the season, the Monster Energy FIM MXoN will be held in Matterley Basin, Great Britain, on October the 4th, 5th and 6th.

Infront Moto Racing’s commitment to showcasing beloved motocross tracks remains unwavering to the sport’s dedicated fan base. Infront Moto Racing extends its gratitude to the FIM, FIM-Europe, event organizers, national Federations, teams, partners, and all stakeholders for their collaborative efforts in assembling the 2024 MXGP calendar, which is poised to deliver 20 thrilling rounds of the 2024 FIM Motocross World Championship.

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