Mistakes are prohibited. This is the spirit in which Bagnaia and Quartaro are preparing to experience one of the most important races of the season, the Australian Grand Prix that will follow. Sunday October 16 at 5am (Italian time) live on Sky Sport Uno and Sky Sport MotoGP and broadcast on NOW. The two riders arrive at this race with opposite situations: Bagnaia finished the Thailand GP in third place, while Quartararo struggled on Buriram asphalt, finishing only 17th (outside the points zone). So Picot regained 16 points in the standings with the French national team, moving to -2 from the top of the world championship.. There are still three races to play, a trilogy that starts in Australia and ends in Malaysia and Valencia. How did Bajnaya and Quartararo qualify? It was on Phillip Island Martin The fastest driver on Saturday, he returned to the North Pole 189 days after he was last in Austin. Mark Marquis It starts from the second square, while Bajnaya The third will shoot. In the second row, the other drivers compete for the world championship: fourth Alex Espargaro With Aprilia and owning 5 Quarteraro with Yamaha. It wouldn’t be easy for the Frenchman to match the 6 Ducatis distributed in the top 10 on the starting grid on Phillip Island. If you’re not able to catch the race live tonight at 5 o’clock on Sky, no problem: Sky Sport programming allows you to see and review the Australian Grand Prix as soon as you wake up.
You can review the race immediately upon request
Don’t want to wait for reboots and can’t wait to watch the race in Australia when you wake up? Not a problem. Thanks to Sky All MotoGP races are available in the on-demand section after the event ends. Here’s the track on Sky Q to get instant access to a replica of the Phillip Island Race: Press the button “dwelling” On the remote control, select “Sports and Football”Go to the sectionMotoGPAnd you’ll find all the MotoGP races this season.
GP Australia, replay times on Sky
The first round of the Australian Grand Prix replay is scheduled for Sunday October 16 at 8 on Sky Sport Uno and Sky Sport MotoGP. Here are all the reruns scheduled for Sunday, October 16th on Sky channels. The comprehensive programming of replays can also be consulted by Online TV guide on our site.
- 8 hours On Sky Sport Uno (Channel 201) and on Sky Sport MotoGP (Channel 208)
- 10:15 am On Sky Sport Uno (Channel 201)
- 11:05 am On Sky Sport MotoGP (Channel 208)
- 2 pm On Sky Sport MotoGP (Channel 208)
- 5:05 pm On Sky Sport MotoGP (Channel 208)
- 20 hours On Sky Sport MotoGP (Channel 208)
- 10 pm On Sky Sport Uno (Channel 201) and on Sky Sport MotoGP (Channel 208)
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