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New time schedule: MotoGP loses a free session and is postponed

Moto3 and Moto2 will start tomorrow with FP1 and FP2, then the premier class, in order to give the mechanics time to set up the garages and bikes. Sunday race schedule remains unchanged

MotoGP: New time schedule: MotoGP loses a free session and is postponed

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Dorna has announced a change of schedules for tomorrow. Contrary to what was previously communicated, everything will start earlier and MotoGP will also have only two free practice sessions like the other classes, but they will be extended to one hour. Not only that, the first MotoGP session will be postponed, to allow the teams that have not yet received their bikes (Gresini and VR46) to have more time to set up everything.

So, Moto3 will be the first to take to the track at 13.15 (Italian time) with FP1, followed by Moto2 at 14.20. The two classes will be back in action respectively at 15.25 and 16.30 for the second free practice session.

MotoGP, on the other hand, will start its FP1 at 17.35, then leaving room for Moto3 qualifying (at 18.50) and Moto2 (at 19.45).

The premier class will be back on track at 19.40 for FP2, followed by qualifying at 22.05.

For direct entry to Q2, for all classes, the combined times of FP1 and FP2 will be valid.

Race times confirmed on Sunday: Moto3 at 17.00, Moto2 at 18.20 and MotoGP at 20.00.

For now, therefore, the schedule is confirmed, as everyone waits for an official communication of the arrival time of the missing crates in the circuit.

NEW TIMETABLE (Argentina time)

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