MotoGP Misano: TV Guide

Author: Oli Rushby Posted: 11 Sep 2015

Lorenzo chases Rossi in the title standings

MotoGP is back in Italy this weekend for the San Marino Grand Prix and after the weather-induced drama of Silverstone, the championship battle between Movistar Yamaha team mates Valentino Rossi and Jorge Lorenzo is heating up. 

Rossi took a stunning victory in front of his home crowd 12 months ago, with the chasing Marc Marquez falling behind the Italian just like he did two weeks ago at Silverstone. 

Jorge Lorenzo should not be underestimated, his speed over the last few rounds has been far superior to that of Rossi, so it could be a weekend of damage limitation for the nine-times world champion. Lorenzo trails Rossi by 12 points at present. 

Don't miss a session, here's the full TV guide: 

Day

Channel

Session

Time

Friday 11th September

BT Sport 2

 Free Practice 1

Moto3: 8:00

MotoGP: 8:55

Moto2: 9:55

Friday 11th September

BT Sport 2

 Free Practice 2

Moto3: 12:10

MotoGP: 13:05

Moto2: 14:05

Saturday 12th September

BT Sport 2

Free Practice 3

Moto3: 8:00

MotoGP: 8:55

Moto2: 9:55

Saturday 12th September

BT Sport 2

Moto3 Qualifying

11:35-12:15

Saturday 12th September

BT Sport 2

MotoGP Free Practice 4

12:30-13:00

Saturday 12th September

BT Sport 2

MotoGP Q1

13:10-13:25

Saturday 12th September

BT Sport 2

MotoGP Q2

13:35-13:50

Saturday 12th September

BT Sport 2

Moto2 Qualifying

14:05-14:50

Sunday 13th September

BT Sport 2

Moto3 Race

10:00

Sunday 13th September

BT Sport 2

Moto2 Race

11:20

Sunday 13th September

BT Sport 2

MotoGP Race

13:00

Sunday 13th September

BT Sport 2

MotoGP Review Show

14:00

Monday 14th September

ITV4

 Race Highlights

20:00

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