Today at 14:00 the start of the Aragon GP of the 2022 MotoGP on the Alcaniz circuit: where and when to see the race live on TV and streaming on TV8 and Sky. Pole position for Bagnaia who precedes Miller and Bastianini on the grid.
Today the MotoGP back on track at the MotorLand circuit of Alcañiz in Spain for the race of the Aragon GPfifteenth round of the 2022 World Championship.departure time is set at 14:00. The race on the Spanish track of the premier class of the World Championship can be seen live on TV on TV8 and Sky. This is therefore the time when the umpteenth seasonal challenge will be staged between the reigning world champion and current world leader Fabio Quartararo and the contenders for the title.
Pecco Bagnaia, fresh from four consecutive victories, he will start from pole position with Quartararo in sixth position, Aleix Espargaro will instead be fourth: a battle is expected between Yamaha and the two Italian manufacturers Ducati and Aprilia. Great expectations to see the eight-time world champion Marc Marquez on the track returning to the MotoGP race after his fourth operation on his right arm and more than three months off. The Spaniard will start from thirteenth position.
The TV schedules of the MotoGP GP Aragon, at what time the race starts today
The Aragon GP of the 2022 MotoGP starts today at 14.00. Classic time therefore for the green light that will kick off the race on the Alcaniz MotorLand Circuit, fifteenth round of the season for the top-class. As for the TV schedules of the pre-race connection on TV8 and Sky is scheduled at 1.15pm. The Spanish MotoGP race will be preceded by the warm-up, set at 9.40, the Moto3 race at 11.00 and the Moto2 race set at 12.20.
MotoGP today live on TV8 and Sky, where to see the Aragon race
Today’s MotoGP race in Aragon is fully broadcast on the channels Sky Sport MotoGP HD (channel 208 of the satellite decoder) e Sky Sport One (channel 201) with commentary by Guido Meda and technical commentary by Mauro Sanchini. Subscribers will be able to follow the race live also via streaming via the SkyGo app and, upon subscription of the “sport pass”, also NOW. Today’s MotoGP race can also be watched live free of charge and in streaming on TV8 (channel 8 of digital terrestrial) always starting at 2 pm.
The starting grid of today’s MotoGP Aragon GP
- 1st Row 1. Francesco Bagnaia (Ducati). 2. Jack Miller (Ducati). 3. Enea Bastianini (Ducati)
- 2nd Row 4. Aleix Espargaró (Aprilia). 5. Johann Zarco (Ducati). 6. Fabio Quartararo (Yamaha)
- 3rd Row 7. Marco Bezzecchi (Ducati). 8. Jorge Martin (Ducati). 9. Alex Rins (Suzuki).
- 4th Row 10. Brad Binder (KTM). 11. Miguel Oliveiran (KTM). 12. Takaaki Nakagami (Honda).
- 5th Row 13. Marc Marquez (Honda). 14. Luca Marini (Ducati). 15. Fabio Di Giannantonio (Ducati)
- 6th Row 16. Maverick Vinales (Aprilia). 17. Alex Marquez (Honda). 18. Pol Espargaró (Honda.)
- 7th Row 19. Cal Crutchlow (Yamaha). 20. Franco Morbidelli (Yamaha). 21. Raul Fernandez (KTM).
- 8th Row 22. Remy Gardner (KTM). 23. Darryn Binder (Yamaha)
The characteristics of the circuit of the MotorLand Aragon in Alcaniz
Hosting the Aragon GP of the MotoGP 2022 will be the MotorLand Aragon located in Alcañiz in Spain. It is a track 5.1 kilometers longwith 10 bends to the left, 7 to the right and the longest straight that measures 968 meters.CopyAMP code.
According to Brembo technicians, supplier of the braking systems for all MotoGP riders, the Aragon circuit is an average demanding circuit for the brakes: there are 11 braking sections for a total of 35 seconds per lap. Of the 11 braking sections, two are considered highly demanding on the brakes, seven are of medium difficulty while the remaining 2 are not very demanding. The braking at the last corner is the one that involves the greatest effort for the drivers and the braking systems with motorcycles that reach us at 336 km / h and enter corners at 145 km / h after 4.7 seconds of deceleration.
For the MotoGP race 23 laps are scheduled after the start and the total that the drivers will reach on the track will be 116.8 km. The track record belongs to Pecco Bagnaia who last year in qualifying managed to stop the chronometer on the1’46.322. The best lap scored in the race instead belongs to Franco Morbidelli who, in 2020, in his best lap in the premier class race on the Aragon MotorLand track, scored an incredible 1’48.089.