Internationale de Motocyclisme (FIM) as the MotoGP organizers have
released the official calendar for the 2013 season. In the calendar, there is no name of Argentina.
There are a number of changes in the official calendar compared to the previous provisional calendar has also been released by the FIM.
Changes that includes the date of Qatar MotoGP is now scheduled for April 7, from before the end of March. In addition, in the name of the calendar was no MotoGP Argentina which were previously predicted to be held on April 14.
In 2011, the circuit Termas de Rio Hondo agreed to hold MotoGP Argentina for three years starting from the 2013 season.
However, on June 20, 2012 the Spanish government imposed a travel warning to Argentina for a team or rider, sponsored by Repsol due to security concerns, following a disagreement between the company and the government of Argentina.
Up to the 18th of November, the travel warning was still in effect. Though it was a deadline date for Dorna Similarly, regulators as well as the World Championship MotoGP rights holder, to be formally submitted to the FIM calendar 2013 season.
Just two days later, the date November 20, the Spanish government informed Dorna that his call on the travel warning has been lifted, as proclaimed Crash.
As a result, now Dorna can only try to get MotoGP Argentina to be held from the 2014 season onwards, considering no longer able to include it in the 2013 season series.
Here's the official MotoGP calendar 2013 as reported by the official MotoGP website
April 7 - Qatar * Doha / Losail
April 21 - Americas, Austin
May 5 - Spain (STC), Jerez de la Frontera
May 19 - France, Le Mans
June 2 - Italy, Mugello
June 16 - Catalunya, Catalunya
June 29 - Netherlands **, Assen
July 7 - Germany, Sachsenring
July 21 - United States ***, Laguna Seca
August 18 - Indianapolis, Indianapolis
August 25 - Czech Republic, Brno
September 1 - United Kingdom, Silverstone
September 15 - San Marino & Riviera di Rimini, Marco Simoncelli Misano
September 29 - Aragon Motorland
October 13 - Malaysia, Sepang
October 20 - Australia, Phillip Island
October 27 - Japan, Motegi
November 10 - Valencia, Ricardo Tormo-Valencia
* Racing Night
**Racing on Saturday
*** Only MotoGP class
STC = Subject to Contract