High-speed weekend on Sky with Formula 1, MotoGP, Formula E and SBK races

From sunrise to sunset, Sunday will start from 7 in the morning, when the green light of the Australian Grand Prix starts, the third stage of the Formula 1 World Championship live on Sky Sport F1, Sky Sport Uno and Sky Sport 4K; do not miss the fourth appointment with the MotoGP, in prime time from 20 with the Grand Prix of the Americas on Sky Sport MotoGP and, to follow, the return of the NTT IndyCar Series with the Long Beach Grand Prix, from 21.45 on Sky Sport F1 and Sky Sport Uno. In between, an afternoon with two super events: the start of the Superbike World Championship in Aragón, with Race 2 scheduled at 2 pm on Sky Sport MotoGP and Sky Sport Uno, and Formula E with the Rome E-Prix and the Round 5 starts at 3pm on Sky Sport Action and Sky Sport Uno. To all this are added the deferred events of the first CIV appointment on the Misano circuit: Tuesday 5 and Wednesday 6 April, the first and second day of races will be broadcast on Sky Sport MotoGP. A long weekend that will begin with the first appointments and live studies on Thursday 7 April, when the approach to the Formula 1 and MotoGP Grand Prix starts.


Formula 1 opens the long series of appointments, with the Australian Grand Prix – third stage of the 2022 World Championship – live on Sunday at 7 am on Sky Sport F1, on Sky Sport Uno, Sky Sport 4K and streaming on NOW. Commentary by Carlo Vanzini and Marc Genè, which over the weekend takes us inside the Ferrari garage and on the track, in the heart of the action. Together with them, in the role of insider in the pits, Roberto Chinchero. Federica Masolin is host and hostess in the pre- and post-race insights, flanked by Davide Valsecchi. The technical analyzes are entrusted to Matteo Bobbi with his SkySportTechRoom, the interviews with the pit reporter Mara Sangiorgio.


MotoGP arrives in Texas for the Grand Prix of the Americas, the fourth round of the 2022 World Championship, live on Sky Sport MotoGP and streamed on NOW. Appointment on Sunday at 20 with the MotoGP race, while the Moto2 and Moto3 will start at 18.20 and 21.30 respectively.

Guido Meda, deputy director of Sky Sport and head of engines, talks about MotoGP together with Mauro Sanchini, while for the Moto2 and Moto3 in the commentary booth there is the couple formed by Rosario Triolo and Mattia Pasini, who during the season could alternate with Federico Aliverti in case of new sporting commitments. Vera Spadini will conduct the Paddock Live Show pre and post-race insights, while Sandro Donato Grosso and Antonio Boselli are always live for updates and interviews from the pits.


Off to the Superbike World Championship in Spain, with the Round of Aragón live on Sky Sport MotoGP, Sky Sport Uno and streaming on NOW from Friday 8 to Sunday 10 April. On the track all classes, with Race 1 and Race 2 of SBK scheduled at 2 pm on both Saturday and Sunday, also free-to-air on TV8. Commentary by Edoardo Vercellesi and Max Temporali. Tonight, on Sky Sport MotoGP, the special “The Last Stunt” will be broadcast: the fantastic duel between the two SBK champions Toprak Razgatlioglu, 2021 world champion, and Johnny Rea, who only ended last race season in Indonesia. A challenge full of twists, told between emotions on the track and backstage in the pits. Also this year – and until 2025 – Sky will broadcast live all the Rounds of the 3 classes: World Superbike, World Supersport and World Supersport 300.


The NTT IndyCar Series is also back with the Californian appointment in Long Beach: Matteo Pittaccio and Biagio Maglienti will comment on one of the most fascinating Grand Prix of this championship, Saturday 9 and Sunday 10 April on Sky Sport F1, Sky Sport Uno and streaming on NOW. Free practice and qualifying will start on Saturday, respectively at 5.45 pm and 9.05 pm, then green light at 9.45 pm on Sunday for the race, anticipated by a large study scheduled from 9.30 pm.


The adrenaline rises on Sky: Saturday 9 and Sunday 10 April, great appointment with Formula E, which arrives in Rome for two days of pure entertainment live from the spectacular Eur circuit. The two central events of the Rome E-Prix are not to be missed on Sky Sport Action, Sky Sport Uno and streaming on NOW: Round 4 is scheduled for Saturday at 3 pm, while Round 4 is scheduled for Sunday at 3 pm., it will be the turn of Round 5. On both days, there will also be room for qualifying – at 10.40 – and for in-depth studies before and after the race, with live connections from the Capital thanks to the correspondent Simone De Luca. News, highlights, interviews and live updates from the circuit also on Sky Sport 24. News by Ivan Nesta and Marcello Puglisi.

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