FP1, FP2 times and qualifications, TV, program, streaming TV8 and Sky – OA Sport

It begins. Today, Saturday 2 April, the weekend of the Argentine GP officially kicks off, the third of the 2022 World Championship. On the circuit of Termas de Rio Hondo the two-wheeled Circus returns after two years of absence due to Covid-19, but something unexpected has happened.

The organizers, in fact, were forced to cancel the whole day yesterday dedicated to the free practice of the three classes because of a failure of two cargo planes who had to transport bikes and team materials. The decision was that of condensing into free practice and qualifying on Saturday.

As explained by Dorna’s CEO, Carmelo Ezpeleta: “On Wednesday, March 30, one of the five cargo planes that departed from Indonesia had a problem near Mombasa, Kenya. We therefore changed our program and restarted the first of the five planes that had arrived in Tucuman, Argentina in the meantime, to recover the missing material. But this freighter also had a technical problem, identified in Nairobi, Kenya. A plane from London then left to bring spare parts and repair the plane stopped in Nairobi, to allow it to take off and arrive in Argentina.“.

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For this it promises a very busy day in which technicians and drivers will not be able to afford any mistakes to get ready for the time-attack, obviously without underestimating the set-up work in view of tomorrow’s races.

Right away today’s program and how to follow it on TV:



13.15-14.05 Moto3, free practice 1

14.20-15.10 Moto2, free practice 1

15.25-16.15 Moto3, free practice 2

16.30-17.20 Moto2, free practice 2

17.35-18.35 MotoGP, free practice 1

18.50-19.05 Moto3, qualifying 1

19.15-19.30 Moto3, qualifying 2

19.45-20.00 Moto2, qualifying 1

20.10-20.25 Moto2, qualifying 2

20.40-21.40 MotoGP, free practice 2

22.05-22.20 MotoGP, qualifying 1

22.30-22.45 MotoGP, qualifying 2


PAID TV – The event will be broadcast in full and exclusively by Sky Sport. The channels to rely on will be Sky Sport MotoGP (208) and Sky Sport Uno (201)which they will broadcast live every round, from free practice to the race for all classes.
FREE TV IN THE LIGHT – The free-to-air channel TV8 (121 of Sky and 8 of DTT) will broadcast delayed the qualifications (synthesis of the three categories) and the races of all classes. There is no coverage of free practice and warm-ups which will be handled exclusively by Sky Sport.
STREAMING – The event can be fully followed live on PC, Tablet and Smartphone through the SkyGo App (reserved exclusively for Sky subscribers) and NOW.
LIVE LIVE – OA Sport will offer you the direct written report of all the shifts, from free practice to the races of all classes.



1.15 pm: free practice 1 Moto3

2.20 pm: free practice 1 Moto2

3.15 pm: free practice 2 Moto3

16.30: Moto2 free practice 2

5.35 pm: free practice 1 MotoGP

18.50: Moto3 qualifying

7.45 pm: Moto2 qualifying

20.50: free practice 2 MotoGP

10.05 pm: MotoGP qualifying



11.15 pm, Moto3, Moto2 and MotoGP, Qualifying, summary

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