Every motorsport driver would want to have the chance to race at the Macau Grand Prix. With long straights, tight corners and uncompromising crash barriers, the Guia circuit is recognized as one of the most challenging circuits in the world.

Now in its 69th running, the Macau Grand Prix Organizing Committee has announced the lineup for the 2022 edition. Featuring a seven-race program, the Macau Grand Prix will host races for junior single seaters, GT3 cars, motorcycles, and touring cars, plus three other support races.

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The provisional race program comprises the Sands China Formula 4 Macau Grand Prix (Single-seaters), Galaxy Entertainment Macau GT Cup, Wynn Macau Guia Race (World Touring Cars); the Macau Motorcycle Grand Prix (Superbikes), MGM Macau Touring Car Cup, Melco Greater Bay Area GT Cup, and SJM Macau Roadsport Challenge.

From November 17 to 20, all four days of the Grand Prix will be live-streamed via the official Macau Grand Prix Facebook page and website.

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If you want to see the action yourself, tickets for this year’s Macau Grand Prix will go on sale from October 18 via sales outlets in Macao, Hong Kong and Mainland China. In addition, online, telephone, and mobile app sales channels are also available for ticket purchases. Details can be found on the official website www.macau.grandprix.gov.mo.