MotoGP Phillip Island - TV Guide

Author: Bike Social Posted: 16 Oct 2014

Marc's won the title, can he win in Phillip Island?

Round 16 of the MotoGP World Championship from Phillip Island in Australia gets underway in the middle of the night. Marc Marquez won the title last time out in Motegi but rewind twelve months and the Spanish youngster didn't have such a good time; he was black flagged after failing to enter the pits for a mandatory pitstop. There shouldn't be rule changes this time though, Bridgestone learned from past mistakes and have rocked up to the Island with a new assymetric tyre compound this time round...Can Marquez banish the demons of Phillip Island 2014, or will Yamaha take four victories in a row?

The TV times aren't exactly socialable, so set that TV box to record!

Here's the TV guide for all MotoGP sessions and Support Class Races:

Day

Channel

Session

Time

FRIDAY 17th October

BT Sport 2

 Free Practice 1

00:00-02:45

FRIDAY 17th October

BT Sport 2

 Free Practice 2

04:00-07:00

SATURDAY 18th October

BT Sport 2

Free Practice 3

00:00-02:45

SATURDAY 18th October

BT Sport 2

MotoGP Free Practice 4

04:30-05:00

SATURDAY 18th October

BT Sport 2

MotoGP Q1

05:10-05:25

SATURDAY 18th October

BT Sport 2

MotoGP Q2

05:35-05:50

SUNDAY 19th October

BT Sport 2

Moto3 Race

03:00

SUNDAY 19th October

BT Sport 2

Moto2 Race

04:20

SUNDAY 19th October

BT Sport 2

MotoGP Race

06:00

SUNDAY 19th October

BT Sport 2

MotoGP Race

06:00

MONDAY 20th October

ITV4

 Race Highlights

20:00-21:00

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