MotoGP Indonesia 2022: TV schedules on Sky and TV8 – MotoGP

There MotoGP back in Indonesia after 25 years for a GP (played on the circuit of Mandalika) which will be broadcast in direct up Sky and in deferred up TV8 (below you will find the TV schedules).

In the second stage of the World Championship 2022 we will find out if the Ducati last year is really faster than the official one, if Enea Bastianini it will shine again or if – on the contrary – we will see the counter-offensive Honda.

MotoGP 2022 – Indonesia GP: what to expect

The circuit of Mandalika – headquarters of Indonesian GPsecond appointment of the MotoGP 2022 – it is a very wide complete track with treacherous curbs to be tackled with delicacy. Pay attention to rainwhich could negatively affect free practice, qualifying and the race.

The Asian country hosted the MotoGP in 1996 and 1997 and on both occasions one triumphed Honda. Below you will find the calendar of the Indonesian Grand Prixthe TV schedules up Sky And TV8 it’s ours prediction.

MotoGP 2022 – Mandalika, the calendar and TV schedules on Sky and TV8
Friday 18 March 2022
02: 00-02: 40 Moto3 – Free Practice 1 (live on Sky Sport MotoGP)
02: 55-03: 35 Moto2 – Free Practice 1 (live on Sky Sport MotoGP)
03: 50-04: 35 MotoGP – Free Practice 1 (live on Sky Sport MotoGP)
06: 15-06: 55 Moto3 – Free Practice 2 (live on Sky Sport MotoGP)
07: 10-07: 50 Moto2 – Free Practice 2 (live on Sky Sport MotoGP)
08: 05-08: 50 MotoGP – Free Practice 2 (live on Sky Sport MotoGP)
Saturday 19 March 2022
02: 00-02: 40 Moto3 – Free Practice 3 (live on Sky Sport MotoGP)
02: 55-03: 35 Moto2 – Free Practice 3 (live on Sky Sport MotoGP)
03: 50-04: 35 MotoGP – Free Practice 3 (live on Sky Sport MotoGP)
05: 35-06: 15 Moto3 – Qualifying (live on Sky Sport MotoGP)
06: 30-07: 10 Moto2 – Qualifying (live on Sky Sport MotoGP)
07: 25-07: 55 MotoGP – Free Practice 4 (live on Sky Sport MotoGP)
08: 05-08: 45 MotoGP – Qualifying (live on Sky Sport MotoGP)
Sunday 20 March 2022
03: 00-03: 10 Moto3 – Warm-up (live on Sky Sport MotoGP)
03: 20-03: 30 Moto2 – Warm-up (live on Sky Sport MotoGP)
03: 40-04: 00 MotoGP – Warm-up (live on Sky Sport MotoGP)
05:00 Moto3 – Race (live on Sky Sport MotoGP, postponed at 12:15 on TV8)
06:20 Moto2 – Race (live on Sky Sport MotoGP, postponed at 13:30 on TV8)
08:00 MotoGP – Race (live on Sky Sport MotoGP, postponed at 15:15 on TV8)

MotoGP – The numbers of the Indonesian GP
CIRCUIT LENGTH 4.3 km
TURNS 20

MotoGP – The prediction of the Indonesian GP 2022

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1st Enea Bastianini (Ducati)

The victory in Qatar of Enea Bastianini it was not a flash in the pan and the rider from Rimini will demonstrate it in Indonesiasupported by a Ducati very fast.

The centaur from Romagna has been on the podium three times in the last six races held in MotoGP and, in our opinion, he has all the credentials to reach four.

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2nd Francesco Bagnaia (Ducati)

Francesco Bagnaia will search in Indonesian GP to redeem Lusail’s disappointing performance.

The target? Returning to last year’s rider, the one capable of finishing the race MotoGP 2021 with four victories in the last six world championships.

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3rd Marc Márquez (Honda)

Marc Márquez started out pretty well there MotoGP 2022 but something more is needed to get back on the podium.

The circuit of Mandalika seems to suit its characteristics and those of the Honda.

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Things to look out for: Pol Espargaró (Honda)

The excellent podium two weeks ago (the second in the last three Grands Prix held in the premier class) gave an injection of confidence to Pol Espargaró.

The Spanish driver – supported by a Honda very fast – he wants, and can, be one of the protagonists of the MotoGP 2022.

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The bike to follow: Ducati

There Ducati has returned from three consecutive successes in MotoGP but in Qatar we saw last year’s bike in better shape than the official 2022 one.

In the Indonesian GP we will understand more about the state of health of the Borgo Panigale company.

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