Next year will see more races than ever in MotoGP.
With the provisional calendar announced after Misano, 19 races have been confirmed, with the addition as expected of the Thai GP at the Chang circuit at Burirang.
With the season starting at Qatar as usual, on March 18 (a week earlier than this year) and finishing one week later at Valencia on November 18, but the running order is as this year.
The Thai round is slotted in between Aragon in Japan, with a weekend off on either side. The other flyaway races, Japan, Australia, and Malaysia, are on consecutive weekends, as this year.
The calendar is provisional, but the major uncertainty concerns the British GP, with no venue announced. As reported from Silverstone, Donington Park is anxious to regain the prestigious race, and discussions with Dorna are continuing.
Source : http://www.cyclenews.com/2017/09/article/motogp-releases-2018-calendar/