2021 MotoGP Aragon Grand Prix – the best way to watch, session occasions & extra - Motor Informed

2021 MotoGP Aragon Grand Prix – the best way to watch, session occasions & extra

Following Fabio Quartararo’s victory on the British GP, the Yamaha rider holds a commanding 65-point lead within the riders’ world championship over defending champion Joan Mir, with the Suzuki rider conceding after the Silverstone race the 2021 title was out of his attain.

At Aragon all eyes will probably be on Aprilia, following Aleix Espargaro’s historic podium at Silverstone to document the Italian producer’s first-ever rostrum within the trendy MotoGP period, whereas he will probably be joined by new team-mate Maverick Vinales after his cut up from Yamaha.

The Spanish rider will make his MotoGP race debut for Aprilia at Aragon, with Cal Crutchlow persevering with to fill in at Yamaha as Jake Dixon duly stays on the Petronas SRT Yamaha bike for this spherical forward of Andrea Dovizioso’s return to the grid next weekend at Misano.

Quartararo will face a stern take a look at of his MotoGP title credentials at Aragon, having seen his championship ambitions unravel on the Spanish circuit final yr when it hosted a double-header within the COVID-19-hit race calendar. In 2020 the French rider completed exterior of the factors within the Aragon GP whereas he may solely handle eighth place within the Teruel GP one week later.

2021 Aragon MotoGP session timings

MotoGP will run its normal schedule throughout the Aragon GP on Friday and Saturday, with two follow classes on Friday that can run for 45 minutes every. On Saturday third follow can even run for 45 minutes, with the highest 10 on the mixed FP1-2-Three timesheet routinely getting into into Q2 of qualifying. A closing 30-minute FP4 session is held on Saturday afternoon forward of qualifying.

Q1 of qualifying sees all riders who didn’t end within the high 10 of the mixed follow occasions participate, with the highest two finishers progressing into Q2 alongside the highest 10 who gained an computerized spot through their follow occasions.

Aleix Espargaro, Aprilia Racing Team Gresini

Aleix Espargaro, Aprilia Racing Staff Gresini

Photograph by: Gold and Goose / Motorsport Images

Q2 is the pole place shootout which decides the order of the entrance 4 rows, with the remainder of the grid organised on Q1 occasions, for the Aragon GP on Sunday.

Moto2 and Moto3 are additionally in motion throughout the Aragon GP.

Friday 10th September 2021

Free Apply 1: eight:55am-09:40am BST (9:55am-10:40am native)
Free Apply 2: 1:10pm-1:55pm BST (2:10pm-2:55pm native)

Saturday 11th September 2021

Free Apply Three: eight:55am-09:40am BST (9:55am-10:40am native)
Free Apply four: 12:30pm-1:00pm BST (1:30pm-2:00pm native)
Qualifying: 1:10pm-1:50pm BST (2:10pm-2:50pm native)

Sunday 12th September 2021

Heat Up: eight:40am-09:00am BST (9:40am-10:00am native)
Race: 1:00pm BST (2:00pm native)

How can I watch the Aragon MotoGP?

• Channel: BT Sport 2
• Channel numbers: Sky – 414 (BT Sport 2)
• Channel numbers: Virgin Media – 528 (BT Sport 2)

BT Sport’s dwell protection of Sunday’s motion begins with the warm-up classes at 7:30am BST, taken from the world feed, earlier than switching to its personal broadcast at 09:15am BST for the pre-race present forward of the Moto3 race.

The build-up to the MotoGP race begins from 12:30pm, or when the Moto2 race finishes, forward of lights out at 1:00pm.

Takaaki Nakagami, Team LCR Honda

Takaaki Nakagami, Staff LCR Honda

Photograph by: Gold and Goose / Motorsport Images

Can I stream the Aragon MotoGP?

Viewers in the UK also can stream the Aragon GP by buying a video go from MotoGP.com. A one-off video go, the rest of the 2021 MotoGP season, prices £86.11p.

The video go provides entry to each dwell session, qualifying and race, plus world feed content material and the prospect to look at earlier races.

Climate forecast for the Aragon MotoGP

Aragon is ready for heat and dry situations all through the weekend with some cloudy spells, however with a greater likelihood of sunshine on Sunday. Highs of 28 levels Celsius are forecast on race day, which is round 9 levels hotter than the British GP.

Most Aragon MotoGP winners (premier class solely)

Marc Marquez: 5 wins (MotoGP – 2013, 2016, 2017, 2018, 2019)
Casey Stoner: 2 wins (MotoGP – 2010, 2011)
Jorge Lorenzo: 2 wins (MotoGP – 2014, 2015)



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