Red Bull MotoGP Rookies Cup: 2023 Schedule Released

Red Bull MotoGP Rookies Cup: 2023 Schedule Released

© 2022, Roadracing World Publishing, Inc. From a press release issued By Red Bull:

The Rookies Cup is not getting old

2023 will see the 17th season of Red Bull MotoGP Rookies Cup action. The coming year begins with the preseason test in Portimão, the opening two races are also there at the Portuguese Grand Prix before moving to Jerez and on around Europe.

Sunday at the Spanish Grand Prix features race 4 of 2023 and the 200th Rookies Cup race.

Next we are returning to Le Mans for the first time since 2008, our second season when we had single race at the classic French venue.

Then to the more familiar stamping grounds of Mugello, Assen and Spielberg before ending the year on the Adriatic coast in Misano.

It promises another 14 fabulous action packed races with 26 of the world’s fastest teenagers determined to learn and prove their worth before stepping up to the World Championship classes like more than 50% of past Rookies have done. 26 of them have won 161 GPs and 10 World Championships

38 Nations have been represented in the Rookies Cup to date and, including the 2023 entry, 237 super fast teens will have had the chance to race on some of the worlds greatest Grand Prix circuits on the Moto3 spec KTMs.

Provisional Calendar

Preseason Test

March 15-16 – Portimão (Portugal)

Races

1&2 March 25-26 – Portimão (Portugal)

3&4 April 29-30 – Jerez (Spain)

5&6 May 13-14 – Le Mans (France)

7&8 June 10-11 – Mugello (Italy)

9&10 June 24-25 – Assen (Netherlands)

11&12 August 19-20 – Spielberg (Austria)

13&14 September 9-10 – Misano (Italy)

 

Provisional Entry List

2 Amaury Mizera (France)

5 Leo Rammerstorfer (Austria)

8 Eddie O‘Shea (Great Britain)

11 Ruché Moodley (South Africa)

12 Jacob Roulstone (Australia)

13 Hakim Danish (Malaysia)

14 Cormac Buchanan (New Zealand)

18 Angel Piqueras (Spain)

23 Rhys Stephenson (Great Britain)

25 Alexander Enriquez (United States)

27 Rico Salmela (Finland)

28 Máximo Quiles (Spain)

47 Edoardo Boggio (Italy)

50 Carter Thompson (Australia)

54 Alberto Ferrandez (Spain)

56 Kevin Farkas (Hungary)

57 Danial Shahril (Malaysia)

67 Casey O’Gorman (Ireland)

69 Marcos Ruda (Spain)

78 Jakob Rosenthaler (Austria)

81 Lorenz Luciano (Belgium)

83 Alvaro Carpe (Spain)

88 Shinya Ezawa (Japan)

93 Arbi Aditama (Indonesia)

94 Guido Pini (Italy)

95 Marco Chincolla (Argentina)

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