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MXGP Calendar 2025: Return to Australia / Motocross World Championship MXGP

MXGP Calendar 2025: Return to Australia / Motocross World Championship MXGP

From the 2025 season, the Motocross World Championship will expand to Australia. The infront agreement with Hidden Valley Motorsports Complex Darwin will initially run for five years.

The Motocross World Championship will return to Australia from the 2025 season after a gap of 24 years. Promoter Infront Moto Racing made this official on Friday. The return facility will be a new area near the port city of Darwin in the Northern Territory.

The Hidden Valley Motorsports Complex is being built specifically for the track event in Darwin. The return date to the bottom is planned for September 2025. The event, which includes MXGP and MX2 and a women's class, receives support from the Northern Territory Government.

Australia's local promoter is the Northern Territory Events Company (NTMEC). The Northern Territory is known for its remarkable landscape and is very popular among international tourists. The contract has an option to extend the contract within the first five years.

The calendar for the 2025 season will be released later this year. Australia was last on the Motocross World Championship calendar with Bradford. Place in the state of Victoria in the 2000 and 2001 calendar years. The Australian ProMX series is now producing talent that can compete directly with the GP stars.

With an expected date in September, it's even possible Australian Lawrence brothers Jed and Hunter will be in their home country. The American outdoor motocross series usually ends in mid-September. The Motocross of Nations is scheduled to take place in the United States in 2025.