In the previous article, we listed four out of seven motorcycle race tracks in the world, namely Assen in the Netherlands, Autódromo Termas de Río Hondo in Argentina, Brno in the Czech Republic, and Circuit de Barcelona-Catalunya in Spane.

In today’s article, let’s name the others of the list, including Losail International Circuit in Qatar, Misano World Circuit Marco Simoncelli in Italy, and Phillip Island Grand Prix Circuit in Australia. 

5/ Losail International Circuit

Located in Doha, Qatar, Losail International Circuit is one of the most famous motorcycle race tracks in the world. It was constructed within one year and was launched in 2014 to inaugurate the Marlboro Grand Prix of Qatar.

The total length of the Losail International Circuit is 5.38 kilometers, longer than the other tracks in this top. The sum included a main straight of over one kilometer.

In 2007, the race track had permanent outdoor lighting. However, it had a limited capacity of only 8,000 spectators.

The interesting fact of Losail International Circuit is surrounded by artificial grass to prevent sand from reaching the track.

6/ Misano World Circuit Marco Simoncelli

The circuit was built in the Province of Rimini, in Italy in 1970-1972 with a total length of 4.2 kilometers and 16 turns.

In 2006, it was repaired, including changing the circuit direction to clockwise and widening the track width to 14 meters.

In 2012, the name of the circuit was changed to commemorate a local motor racer, Marco Simoncelli, who died the year before in a race in Malaysia.

Previously, this circuit was called Misano World Circuit or Circuito Internazionale Santa Monica.

7/ Phillip Island Grand Prix Circuit

Located on Philip Island, Victoria, Australia, the Phillip Island Grand Prix Circuit is another famous race track in the world with a total length of 4.45 kilometers and a total of 12 turns.

The race track has hosted some famous motor competitions, including MotoGP, the 500cc Grand Prix in 1999, the 250cc Grand Prix in 2008, the Moto2 in 2013, and World Superbikes in 2013.