Between the 22 and 23 June, this competitive championship is scheduled to take place, in Portimão, where it debuted in 2014.
Autódromo Internacional do Algarve was also the place of victory for riders like Fabio Quartararo, Joan Mir or Pedro Acosta.
Considered as the ultimate championship to access MotoGP, the FIM JuniorGP has a world seal for Moto3 and is considered a European championship for Moto2, being the only international championship that uses Moto2 in addition to the world championship.
In its 'paddock,' there are almost all the teams present in the MotoGP world championship, in particular the structures that make up the starting grids in Moto3 and Moto2, which have their 'junior' teams in the FIM JuniorGP to prepare the riders for the world championship.
In 2024, the FIM JuniorGP will have seven races on its calendar visiting three different countries: Portugal, Spain and Italy.