PETRONAS GRAND PRIX OF MALAYSIA 2022
PETRONAS will take over as the title sponsor of the MotoGPTM Malaysia 2022 event, which will take place from the 21st to the 23rd of October 2022. The race will once again take place as the penultimate event on the MotoGPTM calendar.
The event will be known by its official name, the PETRONAS GRAND PRIX OF MALAYSIA, beginning in 2022. The Singapore International Circuit (SIC) has been a prominent venue for MotoGPTM since its inauguration in 1999. Since then, it has hosted over 20 motorcycle Grands Prix and has been a fan and rider favorite.
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The roaring sounds and wheel-to-wheel action of MotoGPTM have been absent from Malaysia for the past two years; however, this year marks the series’ return to the country. Fans of motorsports can watch their favorite riders compete at the track, including Fabio Quartararo, Franco Morbidelli, Jack Miller, Pecco Bagnaia, Maverick Vinales, Joan Mir, Jorge Matin, Andrea Dovizioso, Johan Zarco, and a large number of others, along with their machines and teams.
This coming weekend in Malaysia, Francesco Bagnaia will compete in the MotoGP race, and he has a chance to win his first-ever championship.
At one point earlier in the season, the Italian Ducati rider was trailing the leader and defending champion Fabio Quartararo by 91 points in the MotoGP standings. However, the rider has miraculously overcome that deficit and is now leading by 14 points in the standings.
It is possible for him to win the championship at the second-to-last race of the 2022 season.
Bagnaia has relished the opportunity to ride a more capable motorcycle than Quartararo’s Yamaha, which the Frenchman has criticized throughout the season for its inability to compete effectively.
The complete schedule for the MotoGP Petronas Grand Prix Of Malaysia 2022 (UK time)
The 21st of October, a Friday
2 am – Moto3 FP1
2.55 am – Moto2 FP1
3.50 am – MotoGP FP1
6.15 am – Moto3 FP2
7.10 am – Moto2 FP2
8.05 am – MotoGP FP2
Saturday the 22nd of October
2 am – Moto3 FP3
2.55 am – Moto2 FP3
3.50 am – MotoGP FP3
5.35 am – Moto3 Q1
6 am – Moto3 Q2
6.30 am – Moto2 Q1
6.55 am – Moto2 Q2
7.25 am – MotoGP FP4
8.05 am – MotoGP Q1
8.30 am – MotoGP Q2
The 23rd of October, a Sunday
3:30 am: the start of the warm-up for Moto3
3.20 am – Moto2 warm-up
3.40 in the morning: The MotoGP warm-up
5 am – Moto3 race
6.20 am – Moto2 race
8 am – MotoGP race