2022 MotoGP TV Coverage - Round 8, Mugello

MotoGP R8 Mugello TV Times_01

 

MotoGP Round 8, Mugello - TV Coverage

 

Friday 27th May 2022 - Live coverage from 08:00

MotoE Highlights - French GP

BT Sport 2

07:30 - 08:00

LIVE - Free Practice 1  & 2

BT Sport 2

08:00 - 15:00

LIVE - MOTO-E Qualifying

BT Sport 2

15:45 - 16:30

 

Saturday 28th May 2022 - LIVE coverage from 08:00

LIVE - Free Practice 3

BT Sport 2

08:00 - 11:00

LIVE - Qualifying

BT Sport 2

11:00 - 15:00

MotoGP Rewind - French GP

BT Sport 2

15:00 - 15:15

LIVE - MotoE Race 1

BT Sport 2

15:15 - 16:00

 

Sunday 29th May 2022 - LIVE Coverage from 08:00

LIVE MotoGP Warm Ups

BT Sport 2

08:00- 09:15

LIVE - Moto3 Race

BT Sport 2

09:15 - 11:00

LIVE - Moto2 Race

BT Sport 2

11:00 - 12:30

LIVE - MotoGP Race

BT Sport 2

12:30 - 14:00

Chequered Flag - Analysis

BT Sport 2

14:00 - 15:00

 

Monday 30th May 2022

Moto2/3 Highlights, MotoGP Full Race

ITV4

20:00 - 21:00

All times are BST

 

What TV channels will MotoGP be on this year?

TV coverage may vary from race to race, but generally, live coverage will be shown on BT Sport, who have secured TV rights until 2024.

Highlights coverage is yet to be agreed but is expected to be secured by ITV4 as per the 2021 Season. We're yet to hear if certain races will be shown live, but here's hoping!

We'll update this page with all the TV schedules for each round, so keep coming back to make sure you don't miss any of the action.

 

Where else can I watch MotoGP races live this year?

As well as subscription and free-to-view TV programming detailed above, you can watch every test session, timed practice, qualifying and race session on the MotoGP Video Pass.

ITV4 is available on:

  • Channels 26 and 60 (+1) on Freeview
  • Channels 117 (HD/SD) and 118 (+1) on Freesat
  • Channels 118 (HD) and 175 (+1) on Virgin Media
  • Channel 24 (SD) on BT
  • Channels 120 (HD), 220 (+1) and 818 (SD) on Sky, and
  • Channel 132 on Virgin Media Ireland.

It's also available streaming via the ITV Hub Streaming Service (UK only).

 

What's new for the 2022 MotoGP Season?

While the media's attention has been aimed at Marquez's many operations over the winter, the MotoGP big-wigs have been reviewing the rule book for the forthcoming season and have made a few rule changes. These are summarised as follows:

  • Moto3 and Moto2 Classes - Sunday warm up sessions reduced to 10 mins per session (previously 20 mins);
  • MotoGP Class - Rebuilt or substituted engines are no longer subject to an up to 45 day wait for re-scrutineering, however, once scrutineered, penalties applied for any engine found to non-compliant shall be applied to all events where that non-compliant engine was used. Mileage of the checked and rebuilt/substituted engine shall also not exceed 2,800km;
  • MotoGP Class - Teams will be permitted to prepare three approved fuel tanks for each machine (up from two);
  • Due to the use of larger discs at more circuits, the budget for the MotoGP class brake package has been increased from €70,000 to €80,000;
  • MotoGP Class - For actual GP events, a revised rear slick tyre allocation has been agreed between Dorna, Michelin and IRTA as follows: up to a maximum of 6 off Spec A tyres, up to a maximum of 4 off Spec B tyres, and up to a maximum of 3 off Spec C tyres.

You can read about each of these changes in more detail, and any other minor changes at the official MotoGP regulations document.

 

Get closer to racing in 2022

Find out more at www.bennetts.co.uk/bsb

2022 MotoGP Moto2 Moto3 MotoE Calendar Riders Team_THUMB

 

2022 MotoGP, Moto2, Moto3 and MotoE Calendar

Date

Event

Circuit

5 February 2022

Sepang MotoGP Official Test

Sepang International Circuit, Malaysia

11 February 2022

Mandalika MotoGP Official Test

Pertamina Mandalika Circuit, Indonesia

19 February 2022

Portimão Moto2 and Moto3 Official Test

Autódromo Internacional do Algarve, Portugal

6 March 2022

Round 1 - Grand Prix of Qatar

Losail International Circuit, Qatar

20 March 2022

Round 2 - Grand Prix of Indonesia

Pertamina Mandalika Circuit, Indonesia

3 April 2022

Round 3 - Gran Premio Michelin de la Repúlica Argentina

Termas de Río Hondo, Argentina

10 April 2022

Round 4 - Red Bull Grand Prix of the Americas

Circuit of the Americas, USA

24 April 2022

Round 5 - Grande Prémio de Portugal

Autódromo Internacional do Algarve, Portugal

1 May 2022

Round 6 - Gran Premio Red Bull de España*

Circuito de Jerez - Angel Nieto, Spain

15 May 2022

Round 7 - Shark Helmets Grand Prix de France*

Le Mans, France

29 May 2022

Round 8 - Gran Premio d'Italia Oakley*

Autodromo Internazionale del Mugello, Italy

5 June 2022

Round 9 - Gran Premi Monster Energy de Catalunya

Circuit de Barcelona-Catalunya, Spain

19 June 2022

Round 10 - Liqui Moly Motorrad Grand Prix Deutschland

Sachsenring, Germany

26 June 2022

Round 11 - Motul TT Assen*

TT Circuit Assen, Netherlands

7 August 2022

Round 12 - Monster Energy British Grand Prix

Silverstone Circuit, UK

21 August 2022

Round 13 - Motorrad Grand Prix von Österreich*

Red Bull Ring - Spielberg, Austria

4 September 2022

Round 14 - Gran Premio de San Marino e della Riviera di Rimini*

Misano World Circuit Marco Simoncelli, Italy

18 September 2022

Round 15 - Gran Premio de Aragón

Motorland Aragón, Spain

25 September 2022

Round 16 - Motul Grand Prix of Japan

Twin Ring Motegi, Japan

2 October 2022

Round 17 - Thailand Grand Prix

Chang International Circuit, Thailand

16 October 2022

Round 18 - Australian Motorcycle Grand Prix

Phillip Island, Australia

23 October 2022

Round 19 - Malaysia Motorcycle Grand Prix

Sepang International Circuit, Malaysia

6 November 2022

Round 20 - Gran Premio Motul de la Comunitat Valenciana

Circuit Ricardo Tormo, Spain

* includes MotoE

2022 MotoGP Moto2 Moto3 MotoE Calendar Riders Team_02

 

2022 MotoGP Riders, Teams and Standings (after 7 rounds)

Pos

No - Rider (NAT)

Team

Points

To Next

To Top

1

20 - Fabio Quartararo (FRA)

Monster Energy Yamaha MotoGP

102

-

-

2

41 - Aleix Espargaro (ESP)

Aprilia Racing

98

4

4

3

23 - Enea Bastianini (ITA)

Gresini Racing MotoGP - Ducati

94

4

8

4

42 - Alex Rins (ESP)

Team Suzuki Ecstar

69

25

33

5=

5 - Johann Zarco (FRA)

Pramac Racing - Ducati

62

7

40

5=

43 - Jack Miller (AUS)

Ducati Lenovo Team

62

0

40

7=

63 - Francesco (Pecco) Bagnaia (ITA)

Ducati Lenovo Team

56

6

46

7=

36 - Joan Mir (ESP)

Team Suzuki Ecstar

56

0

46

7=

33 - Brad Binder (RSA)

Red Bull KTM Factory Racing

56

0

46

10

93 - Marc Marquez (ESP)

Repsol Honda Team

54

2

48

11

88 - Miguel Oliveira (POR)

Red Bull KTM Factory Racing

43

11

59

12

44 - Pol Espargaro (ESP)

Repsol Honda Team

40

3

62

13

12 - Maverick Viñales (ESP)

Aprilia Racing

33

7

69

14

30 - Takaaki Nakagami (JPN)

LCR Honda

30

3

72

15

89 - Jorge Martin (ESP)

Pramac Racing - Ducati

28

2

74

16

10 - Luca Marini (ITA)

VR46 Racing Team - Ducati

21

7

81

17=

21 - Franco Morbidelli (ITA)

Monster Energy Yamaha MotoGP

19

2

83

17=

72 - Marco Bezzecchi (ITA)

VR46 Racing Team - Ducati

19

0

83

19

73 - Alex Marquez (ESP)

LCR Honda

18

1

84

20

04 - Andrea Dovizioso (ITA)

WithU Yamaha RNF MotoGP Team

8

10

94

21

40 - Darryn Binder (RSA)

WithU Yamaha RNF MotoGP Team

6

2

96

22=

87 - Remy Gardner (AUS)

Tech3 KTM Factory Racing Team

3

3

99

22=

49 - Fabio Di Giannantonio (ITA)

Gresini Racing MotoGP - Ducati

3

0

99

24=

25 - Raul Fernandez (ESP)

Tech3 KTM Factory Racing Team

0

3

102

24=

6 - Stefan Bradl (GER)

Team HRC

0

0

102

24=

32 - Lorenzo Savadori (ITA)

Aprilia Racing

0

0

102

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