The time difference with England has in store for you a Sunday that is a little different from those usually experienced at the motorcycle Grands Prix. The Moto2 race will take place after the MotoGP category, while the times are also changing.
It’s 7 a.m. in London when it’s 8 a.m. in Paris, and the organizers of the British Grand Prix had to take that into account. La Dorna wants the MotoGP category race to start at 2 p.m. Paris time; It will therefore be 1pm at Silverstone when Fabio Quartararo, Johann Zarco & Co. will start.
Therefore, Sunday’s order is reversed: it will be Moto3-MotoGP-Moto2, and not Moto3-Moto2-GP as usual. The Moto3 riders will not be reunited at 11 a.m., but from 12:20 p.m. The Moto2 event will start at 3:30 p.m.
Sunday August 29Moto3, WUP: 10am – 10:20 am | on C Décalé (FRA) / Auvio (BEL)
MotoGP, WUP: 10:30 am – 10:50 am | on C Décalé (FRA) / Auvio (BEL)
Moto2, WUP: 11am – 11:20 am | on C Décalé (FRA) / Auvio (BEL)
Moto3, Race: 12:20 | on C Décalé (FRA) / Tipik, Auvio (BEL) / RTL Play (Luxembourg)
MotoGP, Race: 2pm | on C Décalé (FRA) / Tipik, Auvio (BEl) / RTL Play (LUX)
Moto2, Race: 3:30 p.m. | on Canal / Tipik, Auvio (BEL) / RTL Play (LUX)
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