MotoGP 24 Track List: All Circuits in the 2024 MotoGP Game

MotoGP 24
Credit: Milestone

MotoGP 24
Credit: Milestone

This is the complete MotoGP 24 track list! From the current 2024 circuits to Historical Tracks, there's a lot to try out in MotoGP 24!

The 2024 MotoGP season is the longest in the series' history and that's replicated in the official video game. There's also a healthy number of circuits from years gone by included in MotoGP 24 as well.

If you want to read up on why we love MotoGP 24 so much, you can head over to our full review here.

MotoGP 24 Track List

We'll start with the 21 tracks included in the full season Career Mode option for MotoGP 24. Changes compared to last year include the return of the Aragon GP after missing out in 2023.

The Argentine Grand Prix, though, isn't in the regular tracks as this race was canceled for 2024. It's instead in the "Historical Tracks", but more on that later!

MotoGP 24 Tracks
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Despite the Kazakh Grand Prix being postponed until later in 2024, it is still in its original calendar spot in MotoGP 24. Here's the full list of tracks and Grands Prix races in MotoGP 24:

  1. Lusail - Qatar
  2. Portimao - Portugal
  3. Austin (Circuit of the Americas, COAT) - USA
  4. Jerez - Spain
  5. Le Mans - France
  6. Circuit de Catalunya - Catalonia
  7. Mugello - Italy
  8. Sokol - Kazakhstan
  9. Assen - Dutch TT
  10. Sachsenring - Germany
  11. Silverstone - Great Britain
  12. Red Bull Ring - Austria
  13. MotorLand - Aragon
  14. Misano - San Marino
  15. Buddh - India
  16. Mandalika - Indonesia
  17. Motegi - Japan
  18. Phillip Island - Australia
  19. Chang - Thailand
  20. Sepang - Malaysia
  21. Ricardo Tormo - Valencia

If 21 races is too much for you in a season, you can go for the shortened calendar option in Career Mode, which is around half the length of the full season.

Historical Tracks

Termas de Rio Hondo joins the Historical Tracks for MotoGP 24. Although the only South American Circuit in the game is meant to return to the real-life calendar in 2025, it is included in the Historical Tracks in 2024.

There's also the former homes of the British, United States and Portuguese Grands Prix in the form of Donington Park, Laguna Seca and Estoril, respectively.

MotoGP 24 Historical Tracks
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Two races that are unlikely to return anytime soon are the Czech and Indianapolis Grands Prix, but you can race around both Brno and Indy in MotoGP 24!

Which is your favorite track in MotoGP 24? Let us know in the comments below!

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