Bagnaia has won the last four races, including Silverstone, and paddock speculation is that his title challenge may benefit from Ducati team orders due to the huge volume of red motorcycles.
Yamaha’s Fabio Quartararo is the reigning champion and leads the 2022 standings, but he has won less races this season than Bagnaia. Aragon is an excellent place for him to find his form if he wants to win back-to-back titles.
MotoGP is preparing for a three-race weekend, beginning this weekend in Spain with the Aragon Grand Prix. Fans in the UK can watch the race on BT Sport 2 at 1 pm, while those on the West Coast of the United States may watch at 5am and those on the East Coast at 8 am.
The next weekend, teams will fly to Japan (September 25) and then to Thailand for the third race in three weeks on October 2.
Of course, you’re curious about how to watch the races, so here’s everything you need to know about the action this weekend, as well as the entire 2022 calendar, as well as your options for streaming and viewing on TV.
Sunday, September 18 at 2 p.m. local time (1 p.m. BST – live on BT Sport 2)
On Friday and Saturday, free practice is aired, followed by qualifying. Here is the weekend schedule (times in BST)
Friday, September 16th Free practice 1 is from 8.55 to 9:40 a.m., and free practice 2 is from 1.10 to 2.55 p.m.
Saturday, September 17th 8.55-9.40am free practice; 12.30-1pm free practice; 1.10-1.50pm qualifying
Sunday, September 18th Warmup: 8.40-9 am; race begins at 1 pm
The following are the local start times:
Friday 16 September
08:00-08:40 Moto3 FP1
08:55-9:40 MotoGP FP1
9:55-10:35 Moto2 FP1
12:15-12:55 Moto3 FP2
13:10-13:55 MotoGP FP2
14:10-14:50 Moto2 FP2
Saturday 17 September
08:00-8:40 Moto3 FP3
08:55-9:40 MotoGP FP3
9:55-10:35 Moto2 FP3
11:35-11:50 Moto3 Q1
12:00-12:15 Moto3 Q2
12:30-13:00 MotoGP FP4
13:10-13:25 MotoGP Q1
13:35-13:50 MotoGP Q2
14:10-14:25 Moto2 Q1
14:35-14:50 Moto2 Q2
Sunday 18 September
08:00-08:10 Moto3 Warm Up
08:20-08:30 Moto2 Warm Up
08:40-09:00 MotoGP Warm Up
10:00 Moto3 Race
11:20 Moto2 Race
13:00 MotoGP Race
It is in some nations, such as Australia, but in most areas, you will need to have the appropriate paid-for TV package.
In the United Kingdom, for example, BT Sport has exclusive live coverage rights until 2024.
ITV4 broadcasts race highlights.
If you don’t have BT broadband, you can still access BT Sport by purchasing the £25. Monthly Pass. However, for individuals who already have BT broadband, adding a TV package is an easy process.
Although NBC Sports Network will be decommissioned at the end of 2021, NBC retains the broadcast rights to MotoGP and will air every race of the 2022 season on NBC and CNBC. Only a few will be presented live, with the remainder airing later that day.
Here is a list of broadcasters in various nations and locations that will, as far as we know, telecast MotoGP races in 2022:
BT Sport 2 in the UK
USA: NBC & CNBC – entire broadcast Live here
Fox Sports 10 in Australia
beIN Sports Canada
SuperSport in Africa
Fox Sports Asia
Canal + in Belgium
Fox Sports Brazil
The Czech Republic Nova Sport, Slovakia
Servus TV in Germany
CosmoteTv in Greece
OSport in the Indian Subcontinent
Hulu Latina in Japan ESPN in America
Ziggo Sport from the Netherlands
Polsat Sport, Poland
Sport TV in Portugal
motorsport.tv in Russia
DAZN in Spain
Switzerland: SRF Sweden: ViaSat
PPTV HD in Thailand
You can get the MotoGP VideoPass wherever you are in the world, which allows you to enjoy live and on-demand coverage of every GP on your devices – and TV if you have an Android TV, Apple TV, Roku, or Amazon Fire TV.
It’s normally 199.99€, but because we’re halfway through the season, it’s now a Half Season Pass for €100, which is roughly £84/US$113. Streaming is in Full HD, not UHD, however there are 45,000 videos to watch dating back to 1992.
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This season features two new tracks, the first at Indonesia’s newly completed Mandalika International Street Circuit.
The KymiRing in Finland is the other new track, and it will host the first Finnish Grand Prix since 1982.
|Round||Race Date||Start time||Country||Circuit|
|1||6 March||3pm GMT||Qatar||Losail|
|2||20 March||7am GMT||Indonesia||Mandalika|
|3||3 April||7pm BST||Argentina||Termas de Rio Hondo|
|4||10 April||8pm BST||USA||Circuit of the Americas|
|5||24 April||2pm BST||Portugal||Portimao|
|6||1 May||1pm BST||Spain||Jerez|
|7||15 May||1pm BST||France||Le Mans|
|8||29 May||1pm BST||Italy||Mugello|
|9||5 June||1pm BST||Spain||Catalunya|
|10||19 June||1pm BST||Germany||Sachsenring|
|11||26 June||1pm BST||Netherlands||Assen|
|12||10 July||1pm BST||Finland||Kymiring CANCELLED|
|12||7 August||2pm BST||Great Britain||Silverstone|
|13||21 August||1pm BST||Austria||Red Bull Ring|
|14||4 September||1pm BST||Italy||Misano|
|15||18 September||1pm BST||Spain||Motorland|
|16||25 September||7am BST||Japan||Motegi|
|17||2 October||9am BST||Thailand||Chang|
|18||16 October||4am BST||Australia||Phillip Island|
|19||23 October||8am BST||Malaysia||Sepang|
|20||6 November||1pm BST||Spain||Ricardo Tormo|