Free practice times, TV, live broadcast, Sky and TV8 – OA Sport

Today, Friday, September 16, the Aragon GP race weekend, the stage of the 2022 World Championships, will begin. On the demanding Spanish track, the riders will have to find the right balance as soon as possible to ensure proper preparation in light of tomorrow’s qualifying and Sunday races.

in MotoGP World Championship Challenge resumes between Fabio Quartararo e Francesco Bagnaia. The Frenchman’s Yamaha still has a good margin over Picot in the standings, equaling 30 points, but in the past few games the Ducati rider has regained more than 60 points, thanks to four straight wins.

The memories in Aragon are very positive for Bajnaya Which last year won his first Class A race, at the end of an extraordinary showdown with Marc Marquez. Cervera’s original phenomenon, after being away from the race for a long time and undergoing the fourth operation on his right arm, will be present once again to do the best he can on Honda. There are no specific goals for him, now he is already focused on 2023.

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Immediately Today’s program and how to follow it on TV / live broadcast:


Friday, September 16
9.00-9.40am Moto3, Free Workout 1
9.55-10.40 AM MotoGP Free Training 1
Hours 10.55-11.35, Moto2, Free Trials 1
13.15-13.55, Moto3, Free Practice 2
14.10-14.55, MotoGP, Free Training 2
Hours 15.10-15.50, Moto2, Free Trials 2

GP Aragon 2022 MOTOGP on TV

Pay TV Friday’s Aragon Grand Prix will be broadcast live on Sky Sport MotoGP (208). There will also be the possibility to continue programming on the Sky Sport Uno (201), but only for FP1 of the three categories.

Flow with push – SkyGo and NOW will cover Friday at the Aragon GP.

TV in the light – The Aragon GP weekend will be broadcast live for qualifying and racing on TV8. There will be no coverage of today’s free training sessions, which are broadcast exclusively by Sky Sports.

Flowing in the light – The Aragon GP weekend will be broadcast live for qualifying and racing on Only Sky Sports will cover the free practice for the three categories.

Live writing or sports – Our site will provide complete coverage of the entire weekend of the tour in Aragon.

Sky Sports Programming

Friday, September 16

8.55 a.m.: Free training 1 Moto3

9.50 a.m.: Free practice 1 MotoGP

10.50 a.m.: Free training 1 Moto2

Raw 11.50: Paddock Live

Raw 13.00: Paddock Live

1.10 pm: Free Training 2 Moto3

02.05pm: Free Training 2 MotoGP

15.05 hours: Free Training 2 Moto2

16:00: Paddock Live Show

16:30: Talent timing

4.45pm: Bajnaya, behind the track

5.15 pm: Three Lamborghini cars for one driver

11:30 p.m. Bajnaya, beyond the track

Programming on LIGHT TV8

Friday, September 16


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