More than 2 years ago, the MotoGP™ World Championship with its 3 racing classes made its last guest appearance in South America. Accordingly, few of the current Moto3™ riders have been able to prove themselves here. Next weekend, the time has finally come again and the Termas de Rio Hondo circuit will be the scene of a Grand Prix that is hotly anticipated not only by racing enthusiasts in Argentina.
For the team of CFMOTO Racing PruestelGP, the track remains in good memory, they were able to take not only the first podium in 2018, but even the first victory of this season with Marco Bezzechi. After the successful weekend of the Indonesian Grand Prix two weeks ago, the team around #99 Carlos Tatay and #43 Xavier Artigas now travels once around half the globe to ideally follow up on these top performances on South American soil.
#99 Carlos Tatay
“I am of course motivated after the Indonesia race. I am very happy how things are going and now we need to be focused in Argentina since it’s a new track for me. It’s about to keep going, work hard to continue the good results and remain in the top positions. So: let’s focus and let’s go for Argentina!”
#43 Xavier Artigas
“After the long travel we finally arrived at Argentina. I am very excited to run this to me new track and start the Grand Prix with the good feelings from Indonesia. I am ready to do my best with my team.”
Schedule of the Argentina Grand Prix 01 APR – 03 APR for Moto3™
FRIDAY, 01 APR 2022
14:00 – 14:40 Uhr (CET)
Free Practice Nr. 1
18:15 – 18:55 Uhr (CET)
Free Practice Nr. 2
SATURDAY, 02 APR 2022
14:00 – 14:40 Uhr (CET)
Free Practice Nr. 3
17:35 – 17:50 Uhr (CET)
Qualifying Nr. 1
18:00 – 18:15 Uhr (CET)
Qualifying Nr. 2
SUNDAY, 03 APR 2022
15:00 – 15:10 Uhr (CET)
17:00 Uhr (CET)
Race (21 Laps)
Where and when will MotoGP™ be broadcasted?
Just as last year, also in the 2022 season, the world championship can be seen on free TV on ServusTV with German commentary. Racing fans from Austria can watch all practice sessions, qualifying sessions and races live via it on all 3 race days. For Germany, the broadcast begins on Saturday 17:25 before the start of the first Moto3™ qualifying. On Sunday the broadcast starts at 16:20 and from 17:00 you can watch the Moto3™, Moto2™ and MotoGP™ races live on TV.
On DAZN, you can watch all free practice sessions, qualifying sessions and of course races live from Friday with a monthly subscription with German commentary.
If you want to be on the safe side, you can book the official MotoGP™ video pass for this season with English commentary. You can watch all the sessions live and on demand, and get access to exclusive content such as interviews and summaries.