Kronaka (GP Aragon 2022)

The MotoGp Live Once again as champion with a trio of back-to-back races that will have a massive weight in the world championship economy today, Friday, September 16th, starting with Proof of Freedom FP1 e FP2 on the track Motorland Aragon to Aragon 2022 Grand Prix, Which will be the fifteenth chapter of the World Championship. We are heading towards an autumn that will be very intense, starting with this hat-trick that will include among other things very long trips because we are still in Europe with Aragon set up (third of the four in Spain), then in the next two weeks there will be Japan and Thailand: a real tour of Power from every point of view, which will say a lot about winning the MotoGP World Championship.

We must actually say that the battle for the world title is very open and Fabio Quartararo We must be very careful about the return ducati Deceive Francesco BagnaiaWinner of the last four consecutive races. First of all, let’s remember all the times of the various competitive events scheduled today in MotoGp Live On the road Motorland Aragon From Alkanes, bearing in mind the fact that it will of course be a classic from the MotoGP Grand Prix of Europe. Therefore, the MotoGp Friday of the Aragon Grand Prix 2022 will start with the live broadcast of Proof of Freedom FP1 in Raw 9.55 In the morning, while FP2 is assigned to Raw 10.14.2018 As usual, the session will be the most indicative for tomorrow’s qualifiers and Sunday’s race.

MOTOGP, Video Broadcasting and Live TV: How to Follow the Exams

Of course today’s tests of the MotoGp live will be broadcast on TV on Sky Sport MotoGp HD, channel number 208 of the Sky satellite platform, which also guarantees flow. To all motorcycle enthusiasts, we reiterate that again this year MotoGP and other classes are transmitted entirely by Sky on satellite, as we are now widely accustomed to: for the Aragon Grand Prix, it should also be noted that, for those who are not Sky subscribers , qualifications and race will be clearly visible in real time on TV8, and this Gp is ​​included among those streamed in real time (but Friday is excluded anyway). Now, however, we provide all the ways to follow the two sessions scheduled for today for Aragon’s appointment to follow MotoGp in electronic TV streaming.

We remind you that the video broadcast will be guaranteed to subscribers through the Sky Go app, but the MotoGP World Championship is also visible on Now TV during the broadcast. Sky’s reference point has always been Guido Meda, now a historic voice in MotoGP. As for the Free TVit will not be possible to follow MotoGp live today on TV8 (Channel 8 for the remote), because even in the 2022 World Championships Fridays are excluded from free-to-all photos, whether they are late or in real time. As for the Aragon Grand Prix, though, it’s worth noting that the second hypothesis will be valid in the coming days, and is in fact one of those that will be visible in real time on Tv8. In any case, it will be possible to experience all the feelings of first class motorcycles from Aragon today only on Sky. Finally, we also remember the official World Championship references on Twitter, the MotoGp account, as well as the MotoGp Facebook page.


In light of what may actually happen today in MotoGp LiveI GB Aragon It will see the changed hierarchy after the two races in August, first at Silverstone then in Austria, and finally the appointment at the beginning of September in Misano. Back in June, we remember World Champion Fabio Quartararo beating Yamaha in both Barcelona and Sachssenring and enjoying a position that saw him clearly lead the rider standings, even if he had so far won “only” three out of fourteen races (the previous race was in Portimao) , in addition to four other platforms that came thanks to the second places in Indonesia, Spain, Mugello and finally Austria, but fell in the netherlands He then finished eighth at Silverstone and fifth at Misano, giving hope to Banaya, who started to take wins.

Quartararo is now 30 points ahead of the second, which Just two weeks ago Bagnaia became himself. Picot has won six of the last nine, so he’s finally back to levels that rival him, but he’s already left many points on the road, so he’s 30 points behind Quartararo despite the French winning half of them. His biggest prize. However, the recent performance speaks for itself: the latest change of course, from Assen onwards, has led to four straight wins, hopefully not too late to come back. The numbers speak for themselves: Ducati has won nine races, but the riders’ championship risks alienating Borgo Panigale, although Bagnaya’s recent successes have revived hope. Continuing on this path is crucial, because there is time to heal, but it is necessary to reach practically always in front of Quartararo.


Another outstanding protagonist in live MotoGP without a doubt Alex Espargaro with Aprilia, the winners of Termas de Rio Hondo and then again on the podium with four consecutive third places in Portimao, Jerez de la Frontera, Le Mans and finally in Italy – but they did not take the podium precisely from Mugello. However, Espargaro’s roadmap is excellent: shame on the glaring mistake made in the home race at the beginning of June in Montmelo, when Espargaro counted one lap less, slipped from second to fifth and slid away from Quartararo, but consistency of positions leaves Aprilia in The summit, but without any further leaps on the podium, which is why Bagnaya is now the real threat to Quartararo.

Another great champion in live MotoGP is Enea Bastianini, who has already exceeded the most optimistic expectations with three wins and is thus commendable, yet he collected only 63 points in eleven races he did not win (with second place at Misano as well as fourth at Silverstone as the best results) and this decimated the global ambitions of a rider A dream about the world could have been exciting for him. The wait for what happens this weekend is almost over, to the delight of all fans and fans, so now let’s get comfortable: MotoGp Live subordinate Proof of Freedom FP1 e FP2 From Aragon Grand Prix 2022 The Motorland Aragon You will start…

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