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Japanese GP TV and streaming schedule and schedules. The MotoGP championship arrives in the East for the 16th round of 2022.

Pecco Bagnaia (LaPresse)
Pecco Bagnaia – Motori.News

The MotoGP world championship turns to the 16th round of the season with the Japanese GP. The MotoGP paddock returns to the Land of the Rising Sun three years after the Covid emergency which forced the cancellation of the last two editions. Even today, there are severe health restrictions, all teams had to submit extensive documentation to gain entry for their men. In addition to having to deal with a typhoon that has besieged Japan for a few days.

There should be no problem reaching the Motegi circuit, the crates with the material will arrive from Spain by Thursday evening, Friday morning will be used to finish the work with the motorhomes, set up the pits and file the setting details in view of the only free practice session scheduled for 23 September. In fact, Dorna had foreseen some logistical mishap after what happened in Argentina due to a sudden breakdown of the cargo plane. Hence the decision to cancel the morning free practice session.

The program of the next MotoGP round

Fabio Quartararo (LaPresse)
Fabio Quartararo – Motori.News

It will be a weekend not to be missed after what happened in the Aragon Grand Prix. Fabio Quartararothe leader of the World Championship, crashed on the first lap and collected a “zero” that resoundingly reopened the title race. Pecco Bagnaia he is just 10 points behind the French Yamaha champion and has returned from four victories and a podium in the last five races. Enea Bastianinitriumphant at the MotorLand, he wants to try everything to keep the hopes of the world championship alive or at least blow the third place in the standings. Aleix Espargarò to +31 points.

The time zone will force MotoGP fans to wake up very early to follow the Japanese GP live. Free practice, qualifying and the premier class race will be broadcast live on satellite TV Sky Sport MotoGP and streaming on NowTV and SkyGO. Non-subscribers will be able to watch the qualifications and races of the three classes on TV8.

Sky Sport timetables

Friday 23 September

06: 15-06: 55 Moto3 FP1

07: 10-07: 50 Moto2 FP1

08: 05-09: 20 MotoGP FP1

Saturday 24th September

02: 00-02: 40 Moto3 FP2

02: 55-03: 35 Moto2 FP2

03: 50-04: 35 MotoGP FP2

05: 35-06: 15 Moto3 Qualifying

06: 30-07: 10 Moto2 Qualifying

07: 25-07: 55 MotoGP FP3

08: 05-08: 45 MotoGP Qualifying

Sunday 25th September

03: 00-03: 10 Moto3 Warm Up

03: 20-03: 30 Moto2 Warm Up

03: 40-04: 00 MotoGP Warm Up

05:00 Moto3 Race

06:20 Moto2 Race

08:00 MotoGP Race

The times of TV8

Saturday 24th September

12:00 Moto3, Moto2, MotoGP Qualifying Summary

Sunday 25th September

09:15 Delayed Moto3 Race

10:30 Delayed Moto2 Race

12:15 Delayed MotoGP Race

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