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MotoGP, Qatar GP 2022: program, schedules, TV, streaming. Calendar 4-6 March


It begins! The MotoGP race will resume from 4 to 6 March . From Losail (Qatar) , as usual, everything will begin and emotions will certainly not be lacking.

In MotoGP we are preparing for a particular season, the first without Valentino Rossi at the start . The champion from Tavullia, as is well known, left the category to try his hand at car races after having given a lot to the category. A very balanced GP is expected with the Ducatis who will want to make the big voice . The layout, in fact, should smile at the GP22 which with Francesco “Pecco” Bagnaia and Jack Miller has great ambitions, recalling the constructors’ title of 2021.

They will try to counter the progress of the Red Honda, Yamaha, Suzuki, Aprilia and KTM . On the Tokyo bike we will find a Marc Marquez who, although not 100% fit for his physical problems, is always extremely dangerous and eager to do well. In addition, the Japanese bike during the tests has shown to be in sharp growth compared to the recent past and this could make the difference.

MotoGP World Calendar 2022: all the dates, program, where the GPs will take place

Different speech regarding the team of the 2021 world champion Fabio Quartararo . The Frenchman, in pre-season tests, often complained about the lack of power of the new M1 and on a track like that of Losail it could be an additional difficulty. The transalpine and also Franco Morbidelli in the Factory Team are confident in a technical reaction, as well as Andrea Dovizioso who has returned to full capacity in the premier class after a 2021 “taste” to represent the new WithU Yamaha RNF MotoGP Team.

In Italy there will also be the Mooney VR46 Racing Team, a team managed by the Valentino Rossi group, with Luca Marini and Marco Bezzecchi riding two Ducatis; Enea Bastianini and Fabio Di Giannantonio in the Gresini Racing MotoGP always on two Reds

Below is the weekend program and how to follow it on TV :


Friday 4th March
9.50-10.30 am, Moto3, Free Practice 1, direct
10.45-11.25, Moto2, Free Practice 1, direct
11.40-12.25, MotoGP, Free Practice 1, direct
14.10-14.50, Moto3, Free Practice 2, direct
15.05-15.45, Moto2, Free Practice 2, direct
16.00-16.45, MotoGP, Free Practice 2, direct

Saturday 5th March
9.25-10.05 am, Moto3, Free Practice 3, direct
10.20-11.00, Moto2, Free Practice 3, direct
11.15-12.00, MotoGP, Free Practice 3, direct
1.30pm-1.45pm, Moto3, Qualifying 1, live
13.55-14.10, Moto3, Qualifying 2, live
14.25-14.40, Moto2, Qualifying 1, live
14.50-15.05, Moto2, Qualifying 2, live
15.20-15.50, MotoGP, Free Practice 4, direct
16.00-16.15, MotoGP, Qualifying 1, live
16.25-16.40, MotoGP, Qualifying 2, live

Sunday 6 March
11.00-11.10, Moto3, Warm Up, live
11.20-11.30 am, Moto2, Warm Up, live
11.40-12.00, MotoGP, Warm Up, live
1.00 pm, Moto3, Race, live
2.20 pm, Moto2, Race, live
16.00, MotoGP, Race, live


PAID TV – The event will be broadcast in full and exclusively by Sky Sport. The channels you can rely on will be Sky Sport MotoGP (208) and Sky Sport Uno (201) , which will broadcast live every session, from free practice to the race for all classes.
FREE TV IN THE LIGHT – The free-to-air channel TV8 (121 on Sky and 8 on Digital Terrestrial) will broadcast the qualifications and races of all classes on a deferred basis. 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 live written report of all the shifts, from free practice to the races of all classes


* Times subject to change

Saturday 5th March
18.45, Moto3, Moto2 and MotoGP, Qualifying, summary

Sunday 6 March
8.15 pm, Moto3, Race, deferred
9.15 pm, Moto2, Race, deferred
11.15 pm, MotoGP, Race, deferred