Where to watch the Grand Prix live (Sky and Tv8)

The weekend for motorcycle enthusiasts is not to be missed. On Sunday 4 September, the 14th round of the season, San Marino and the Grand Riviera di Rimini, will take place in Italy, in Misano.

Pecco Bagnaia, after winning 3 consecutive times in the last 3 races, wants to reduce the gap in the standings for Fabio Quartararo (Yamaha) who is 44 points ahead of Ducatista and 32 over Aleix Espargarò (Aprilia). However, Bagnaia will have to face a 3-position grid penalty on the remedied track during free practice.

The driver in Turin was convinced that the cycle was over, and slowed down at the end of the first free practice sessions, hampering Bastianini and Alex Marquez and deemed his behavior dangerous.

Bajnaya victory in Austria: The third victory in a row keeps the dream of the world alive

Andrea Dovizioso’s career will end at the racetrack dedicated to Marco Simoncelli. The driver from Forl will have the support of all the public and will respect the commitment like all the other Azzurri: Enea Bastianini, Luca Marini, Franco Morbidelli, Marco Bezzecchi and Fabio Di Giannantonio.

The cheering will start straight from the Moto3 race where Denis Foggia is third with 144 points and must take back the lead from Spain’s Sergio Garcia, the championship leader, and Izan Guevara. Andrea Minio, Ricardo Rossi, Stefano Nypa and Alberto Sura will also race at top speed.

In Moto2, fans are ready to support Celestino Vetti, who is third in the world championship with 27 points behind Japan’s Ogura who is one point ahead of Augusto Fernandez. Tony Arbolino is also aiming for a great result, while Lorenzo Dalla Porta, Stefano Manzi, Romano Fenati and Alessandro Zacconi are all set to give their all just as Mattia Pasini who will this week leave the Sky suspension booth to return to the saddle big. -Card.

MotoGp Misano: live and postponed race times

The Grand Prix of San Marino and Rimini Rivera, round 14 of the MotoGP World Championships, will be broadcast live to subscribers on Sky, as well as decoded on Tv8.

Saturday 3rd September: San Marino and Rimini Rivera Grand Prix qualifying

  • 12:35 p.m.: Moto3 Qualifiers (Live on TV 8)
  • 13:30: Free Training 4 MotoGP (Live on TV 8)
  • 2.10pm: MotoGP Qualifiers (Live on TV 8)

Sunday 4 September: Grand Prix of San Marino and Rimini Rivera

  • 11:00 a.m.: Moto3 Race (Live on TV 8)
  • 12:20 p.m.: Moto2 Race (Live on TV 8)
  • 2:00 PM: MotoGP Speedway (Live on TV 8)

MotoGp 2022, calendar: dates for all races

MotoGp, Misano: Start Network

1) Jack Miller (Ducati) 1’31” 899
2) Francesco Bagnaia (Ducati) at 1’31” 914
3) Enea Bastianini (Ducati) at 1’32” 014
4) Marco Pizzi (Ducati) at 1’32” 048
5) Maverick Vinales (Aprilia) at 1’32” 118
6) Johann Zarco (Ducati) at 1’32” 169
7) Luca Marini (Ducati) at 1’32” 226
8) Fabio Quartararo (Yamaha) at 1’32” 246
9) Alex Espargaro (Aprilia) at 1’32” 577
10) Miguel Oliveira (KTM) at 1’32” 775
11) Franco Morbidelli (Yamaha) 1’33” 351
12) Alex Rains (Suzuki) 1’33” 438
13) Jorge Martin (Ducati) at 1’32” 015 (first to be eliminated from the second quarter)
14) Fabio Di Giannantonio (Ducati) at 1’32” 276
15) Brad Binder (Ktm) 1’32” 600
16) Alex Marquez (Honda) at 1’32” 631
17) Michelle Piero (Ducati) 1’32” 658
18) Andrea Dovizioso (Yamaha) at 1’32” 663
19) Paul Espargaro (Honda) at 1’32” 826
20) Stefan Bradel (Honda) 1’32” 838
21) Darren Bender (Yamaha) 331″ 331
22) Takaki Nakagami (Honda) at 1’33” 484
23) Kazuki Watanabe (Suzuki) at 1’36” 289
24) Remy Gardner (Ktm) at 1’44” 690
25) Raul Fernandez (Ktm) at 1’46” 732

MotoGp, Misano: Live broadcast

First lap: Miller is in the lead ahead of Bastianini in attack, and Banya is immediately third. The fall of Pirro, Zarco and Espargarò

Second lap: Miller crashes the fourth turn, ahead of Rio: The Australian lost the lead. Bastianini tries the first extension. Bezzecchi is located.

Third lap: Bastianini is in the lead after a major recovery from the danger of falling, Bagnaya is in second place, ahead of Vinales and Marini. Bagnaia alla Quercia passes Bastianini. Viñales passes Pastinini. Marini IV, Alex Espargari V, Quartaro, VI.

Fourth lap: Marini attacks Bastianini, who is defending himself.

Lap 5: Quartararo takes advantage of an Alex Espargari mistake and takes fifth place.

Sixth lap: Bastianini’s fast lap. The quartet is in the lead with Bagnaia, Vinales, Bastianini and Marini. Quartararo gives everything to close the gap and get back to head 4.

Lap 10: Alex Espargari tries to end the call with Quartararo who holds a second advantage. Dovizioso 12 in the last motorcycle race.

Lap 13: These are the top ten: 1) Bagnaia, 2) Viñales, 3) Bastianini, 4) Marini, 5) Quartararo, 6) Aleix Espargaro, 7) Martin, 8) Reigns, 9) Oliveira, 10) Brad Binder.

Lap seventeen: Lungo di Bastiani, Marini passes him and he is the third but the monster reacts immediately and regains the position that deserves the podium. With 11 laps left, the battle between Vinales intensifies as he attempts to undermine Bagnaia.

Lap 18: Bastianini’s fast lap back to Vinales.

Lap 19: Bastianini passes superbly past Vinales. Brawling between the two starts, Bagnaia tries to pull.
Lap 20: Bastianini approaches Bagnaya. It seems that the duel for success between my future teammates at the Ducati factory is close