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The World Championship runs in Mandalika, where MotoGP riders have already lapped in the February tests. Quartararo starts in front of everyone. Pay attention to the times of the races: Moto3 at 5, Moto2 at 6:20, MotoGP at 8, all live on Sky Sport MotoGP. Formula 1 is instead in Bahrain: GP at 4 pm live on Sky, and in front of everyone there is Leclerc’s Ferrari (Sainz 3rd)

MOTOGP, THE RACE – BAHRAIN GP, LIVE FROM THE RACE

Get ready for a super day, a beastly Sunday of Motorsport with Sky! From the early hours of the morning to the afternoon of March 20, first appointment with the MotoGP in Indonesia and then with the Formula 1 in Bahrain. All live on Sky Sport MotoGP (channel 208) e Sky Sport F1 (channel 207). Without forgetting the IndyCar in Texas which will start immediately after F1.

MotoGP starts at 8: Quartarao from pole

The outgoing world champion, Fabio Quartararo, only 9th in Qatar, he raised his voice in Mandalika’s qualifying: “I never gave up. And now I want to win” said the Diablo after celebrating his 16th pole in MotoGP. Now comes the main exam of the week: the race. Sunday Yes runs at 8you can follow the Indonesian GP show on Sky Sport MotoGP, Sky Sport One and in streaming on NOW. At the start, the Frenchman will have to free himself from the Ducati attack: there are four in the first two rows. In second and third position the Pramacs of Martín and Zarco, fifth Bastianini (Team Gresini) ahead of Bagnaia (factory Ducati). Marc Marquez (who crashed twice in qualifying) is aiming for a super comeback, 14th on the grid followed by Morbidelli. High temperatures expected in Mandalika, for this reason Michelin has decided to modify the carcass compared to the tests in mid-February: be careful, because the tires could be a decisive element. With the hope that it will not be a ‘fire day’ like Rins’ Saturday, who saw his Suzuki literally go on fire …

Fantastic Ferrari, F1 at 16: Leclerc starts in front of everyone

Immediately a big one Ferrari! There new era of Formula 1 starts with the pole position of Charles Leclerc in Bahrainfirst appointment of the season: 1.30.558 the time of the Monegasque Ferrari driver, who gets ahead of Red Bull’s Max Verstappen just over a tenth of a second. Third the other red of Carlos Sainz, a breath away from the Dutchman, as evidence that this year the Maranello team has all the credentials to redeem the last disappointing seasons. Further back, however, the Mercedes, with Hamilton finishing only fifth and Russell ninth. Direct at 16 up on Sky Sport Formula 1, Sky Sport One and streaming on NOW.

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