MotoGP Algarve Grand Prix qualifying - Begin time, the way to watch & extra - Motor Informed

MotoGP Algarve Grand Prix qualifying – Begin time, the way to watch & extra

The manufacturing facility Yamaha rider celebrated clinching the 2021 riders’ world title by topping each Friday apply periods at Portimao – a circuit he gained at again in April – edging Ducati’s Francesco Bagnaia by zero.132s at the end of FP2.

Jack Miller on the sister manufacturing facility Ducati claimed third place in each Friday apply periods, with Suzuki’s Joan Mir in fourth place on the finish of the second session.

Pol Espargaro led the manufacturing facility Honda cost in fifth place with common team-mate Marc Marquez lacking the Algarve GP after struggling concussion in a training accident final weekend.

Pramac Ducati’s Johann Zarco slotted into sixth place in FP2 forward of Alex Marquez on the LCR Honda and Aprilia’s Aleix Espargaro. Takaaki Nakagami (LCR Honda) and Alex Rins (Suzuki) rounded out the highest 10 and provisional automated Q2 spots.

What time does qualifying begin for the Algarve MotoGP?

Qualifying for the Algarve MotoGP is ready to start out at 2:10pm GMT (2:10pm native time), utilizing the common Q1 and Q2 periods format. Qualifying takes place straight after the 30-minute FP4 session which is ready to start out at 1:30pm GMT (1:30pm native time).

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The quickest 10 MotoGP riders on the FP1-2-Three mixed timesheet mechanically head into Q2, with the remainder of the riders getting into Q1 of qualifying. The 2 riders who’re quickest within the 15-minute Q1 session will progress into Q2 to compete with the highest 10 from apply. Q2, which additionally lasts 15 minutes, decides who will get pole place and the qualifying order for the entrance 4 rows of the grid.

Date: Saturday sixth November 2021
Begin time: 2:10pm GMT (2:10pm native time)

How can I watch Algarve MotoGP qualifying?

In the UK each MotoGP apply, qualifying and race is broadcast stay on BT Sport.

Algarve MotoGP qualifying shall be broadcast on BT Sport 2, with the programme beginning at 12pm GMT to additionally cowl qualifying for the Moto3 and Moto2 courses.

TV Channel: BT Sport 2
Begin time: 12:00pm GMT

MotoGP additionally affords its personal stay on-line video streaming service which is accessible to stream within the UK.

Why is it known as the Algarve GP?

With races not allowed to be given the identical race names in the identical MotoGP world championship season, Portimao’s second race of the season has been known as the Algarve GP, named after the area of Portugal the circuit is situated in.

It takes inspiration from the opposite double-headers MotoGP placed on each in 2020 and this 12 months as a part of the reshuffled calendar because of the COVID-19 pandemic. Earlier this season Qatar hosted the first-ever Doha GP because the second leg of its back-to-back races, whereas the Pink Bull Ring hosted the Styrian GP as its second a part of its double-header and Misano hosted the Emilia Romagna GP as its second race of the 12 months.

Portimao hosted the Portuguese GP earlier this season in April.

Why is MotoGP holding two races at Portimao?

As a part of the COVID-19-hit marketing campaign the 2021 MotoGP calendar has been tweaked resulting from numerous journey restrictions in place internationally. The Finnish, Japanese, Thai, Australian, Malaysian and Argentina MotoGP rounds have all been cancelled for 2021.

With a view to bulk out the calendar, Losail, the Pink Bull Ring, Misano and Portimao will all host two races this season.

What is the climate forecast for qualifying at Portimao?

Dry and sunny climate situations are forecast for qualifying at Portimao on Saturday afternoon, with a really small probability of rain and highs of 19 levels Celsius – three levels hotter than qualifying for the Emilia Romagna GP final day trip.

Algarve GP free apply 2 outcomes

Algarve GP free apply 1 outcomes



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