MotoGP, Argentina GP: TV schedules and latest news from Termas de Rio Hondo

Motorbikes and materials arrived in Argentina after delays due to flight problems. The wait is over: in Termas de Rio Hondo it’s time to get on track, the free practice sessions (reduced to two) open the third GP of the season, then the decisive qualifying for the grid. The races tomorrow: Moto3 at 5pm, Moto2 at 6.20pm, MotoGP at 8pm. The Argentine GP is live on Sky Sport MotoGP and Sky Sport Uno


The cargo with the motorbikes has landed, that’s it show begins! In Termas de Rio Hondo kicks off the third GP of the season. Today is Saturday, you are not wrong: because of a double plane failure the material of several teams arrived late, forcing the organizers of the World Championship to postpone free practice, which therefore will all take place today followed by qualifications. But that’s not the only novelty: i rehearsal rounds will be only two for all classes, the MotoGP classes will last one hour (unlike the classic 45 minutes) and Sunday’s warm-up will go from 20 to 40 minutes. The timing of the combined first and second session will be decisive for direct access to Q2. No changes to race times: Moto3 at 5pm, Moto2 at 6.20pm, MotoGP at 8pm. Everything LIVE on Sky Sport MotoGP and Sky Sport Uno.

The arrival of the cargo with motorbikes and materials from different teams

The flight, which departed from Mombasa on Friday, landed in Argentina. The cargo, distributed over three convoys, then left for Termas de Rio Hondo. After midnight (Argentina) everything was unloaded to proceed with the assembly and overhaul of the bikes.

Argentine GP programming, live on Sky Sport MotoGP and Sky Sport Uno, streaming on NOW:

Saturday 2 April

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

8.40 pm: free practice 2 MotoGP

10.05 pm: MotoGP qualifying

11.00 pm: Paddock Live Show

11.30 pm: Talent Time

Midnight: qualifying press conference

Sunday 3 April

2.30 pm: Moto3, Moto2, MotoGP warm up

16.30: Paddock Live

5pm: Moto3 race – Deferred on TV8 from 19.05

18.15: Paddock Live

18.20: Moto2 race – Deferred on TV8 from 20.25

7.15 pm: Paddock Live

19.30: Grid

8pm: MotoGP race – Deferred on TV8 from 10.05pm

9 pm: Red Zone

10pm: Race Anatomy MotoGP

Where had we stayed?


A new king for Argentina

MotoGP is back in Argentina after two years of absence due to the Coronavirus emergency. Compared to the past it is scenario has not changed only due to the disruption of the program: in 2019 Marc Marquez he was impeccable (pole, victory, fastest lap and all laps in the lead) confirming himself after the victories of 2014 and 2016, both coming from pole. But the eight times world champion this year is not there, Bradl replaces him: Marc is recovering from diplopiareturned to afflict him after the frightening highside in the warm up of the last GP, raced in Indonesia. Speaking of Indonesia: after Bastianini’s victory in Qatar (current World Championship leader) it was Oliveira to prevail in the second GP of the season, behind him Quartararo and Zarco. Unlike the rain with a lot of lightning on the track in Mandalika, let’s expect a dry race: expected Sun and temperature around 27 °.

Rossi makes his debut at the GT World Challenge Europe


Rossi at GT: special message from Argentina

Debut weekend for two MotoGP champions, Rossi and Pedrosa: you can follow them both live on Sky. Tomorrow from 3pm on Sky Sport Uno (until 16.30) and Sky Sport Action the 3 Hours of Imolalive from the Enzo and Dino Ferrari circuit: a new adventure for Valentinowhich will take to the track of the Audi R8 Lms Evo II GT3 of the Belgian team Wrt.

Pedrosa, debut at the Lamborghini Super Trofeo Europe

TV Guide

Lamborghini Super Trofeo Europa, LIVE on Sky

The 2022 season of the Lamborghini Super Trofeo Europe is also starting today on Sky and streaming on NOW: at 16.05 Race 1, tomorrow at 11.50 Race 2 LIVE on Sky Sport Action from the circuit of Imola, for the first Round in Italy. At his debut Pedrosa, who will alternate with the Swiss Antonin Borga in the Rexal FFF Racing Team in the Pro class, thus also participating in the third stage of Misano and the final one in Portimao.


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