2: Automotodromo Brno, Czech Republic (156 races)
One of the only other circuits that has an unbroken history of hosting GP racing since the 1950s to the present day, Brno is one of the most favorite tracks on the current calendar. The number would have been higher had it not been for the fact that many races weren’t considered as part of the championship. Today’s 3.35 mile race track bears little relation to the road circuit that hosted races prior to 1987. Pre-war years, the track was longer at 18 miles. Now imagine how many laps would be done at that time.
1: TT Circuit Assen, The Netherlands (262 races)
The other place on the calendar that has hosted more races in motorcycle racing history than Brno is Assen. It has an uninterrupted history too, from 1949 – present. The Cathedral of Speed, as it is famously called is one of the most loved and popular tracks in the GP calendar. It is flat, fast and has swooping curves and overtaking hotspots that make for some great racing. Assen dates back to 1925. The only circuits to have a MotoGP race on a Saturday (The Dutch like their church on Sundays), the race will move to Sunday starting 2016. Racing here is spectacular and there is bound to be something that you would not anticipate. The cathedral of Speed is Numero Uno on our list and a place of pilgrimage for both fans and riders alike.
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