Top 10: Fastest tracks on the MotoGP calendar

Which circuits in the current MotoGP calendar are the fastest? Here's the top 10, sorted by track record speed with the corresponding record holder pictured.

Top 10: Fastest tracks on the MotoGP calendar
#10: Brno Circuit (Czech Republic) - 169.734 km/h
#10: Brno Circuit (Czech Republic) - 169.734 km/h
1/20

Photo by: Ducati Corse

2016: Marc Marquez (Honda) at 1:54.596
2016: Marc Marquez (Honda) at 1:54.596
2/20

Photo by: Gold and Goose / Motorsport Images

#9: Losail International Circuit (Qatar) - 170.373 km/h
#9: Losail International Circuit (Qatar) - 170.373 km/h
3/20

Photo by: Pramac Racing

2018: Johann Zarco (Tech-3-Yamaha) at 1:53.680
2018: Johann Zarco (Tech-3-Yamaha) at 1:53.680
4/20

Photo by: Miquel Liso

#8: Motorland Aragon (Spain) - 171.400 km/h
#8: Motorland Aragon (Spain) - 171.400 km/h
5/20

Photo by: Repsol Media

2015: Marc Marquez (Honda) at 1:46.635
2015: Marc Marquez (Honda) at 1:46.635
6/20

Photo by: Repsol Media

#7: TT Circuit Assen (Netherlands) - 176.527 km/h
#7: TT Circuit Assen (Netherlands) - 176.527 km/h
7/20
2015: Valentino Rossi (Yamaha) at 1:32.627
2015: Valentino Rossi (Yamaha) at 1:32.627
8/20

Photo by: Yamaha MotoGP

#6: Silverstone Circuit (GB) - 177.087 km/h
#6: Silverstone Circuit (GB) - 177.087 km/h
9/20

Photo by: Yamaha MotoGP

2017: Marc Marquez (Honda) at 1:59.941
2017: Marc Marquez (Honda) at 1:59.941
10/20

Photo by: Gold and Goose / Motorsport Images

#5: Autodromo Termas de Rio Hondo (Argentina) - 177.120 km/h
#5: Autodromo Termas de Rio Hondo (Argentina) - 177.120 km/h
11/20

Photo by: Ducati Corse

2014: Marc Marquez (Honda) at 1:37.683
2014: Marc Marquez (Honda) at 1:37.683
12/20

Photo by: Repsol Media

#4: Mugello Circuit (Italy) - 177.783 km/h
#4: Mugello Circuit (Italy) - 177.783 km/h
13/20

Photo by: Gold and Goose / Motorsport Images

2018: Valentino Rossi (Yamaha) at 1:46.208
2018: Valentino Rossi (Yamaha) at 1:46.208
14/20

Photo by: Gold and Goose / Motorsport Images

#3: Chang International Circuit (Thailand) - 181.982 km/h
#3: Chang International Circuit (Thailand) - 181.982 km/h
15/20

Photo by: Gold and Goose / Motorsport Images

2018: Marc Marquez (Honda) at 1:30.088
2018: Marc Marquez (Honda) at 1:30.088
16/20

Photo by: Gold and Goose / Motorsport Images

#2: Phillip Island Grand Prix Circuit (Australia) - 182.173 km/h
#2: Phillip Island Grand Prix Circuit (Australia) - 182.173 km/h
17/20

Photo by: Gold and Goose / Motorsport Images

2013: Jorge Lorenzo (Yamaha) at 1:27.899
2013: Jorge Lorenzo (Yamaha) at 1:27.899
18/20

Photo by: Yamaha MotoGP

#1: Red Bull Ring (Austria) - 186.967 km/h
#1: Red Bull Ring (Austria) - 186.967 km/h
19/20

Photo by: Gold and Goose / Motorsport Images

2016: Andrea Iannone (Ducati) at 1:23.142
2016: Andrea Iannone (Ducati) at 1:23.142
20/20

Photo by: Ducati Corse

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