Only a few days separate riders #43 Xavier Artigas and #99 Carlos Tatay from their first race under the CFMOTO Racing PruestelGP flag. Like last year, the calendar starts in Doha, Qatar, at the Losail International Circuit, where races traditionally start late due to the high temperatures during the day. Based on the edge of the desert and around 20 km from the capital Doha, the facility is best known for the spectacular night races in the MotoGP™ and the floodlights erected around the entire circuit for this purpose. A very special and exciting atmosphere for the two Spaniards, for whom it will be a matter of everything on Sunday, March 6, 2022 at 3 p.m. local time (1 p.m. German time).
After the intensive testing in Valencia, Jerez and Portimao and the hard training sessions that took place in the run-up to the race, the team is eager to see how the two CFMOTO riders will perform in their racing debut this season, whether they will be able to hold their nerve and show what they are capable of on their bikes as early as race 1.
#99 Carlos Tatay
“I’m very happy and motivated to finally get involved in the real racing action with my team. I can’t wait for the first free practice session on Friday and I’m going to continue working in the same way as we did in the pre-season so that I’m well prepared on Sunday. Let’s enjoy the first Grand Prix of 2022!”
#43 Xavier Artigas
“I am very excited to start the first Grand Prix this year. We’ll see how we develop over the weekend, but I can already say that both the team and I are ready to give it our all.”
Qatar Grand Prix Schedule 04 Mar – 06 Mar for Moto3™
FRIDAY, 04 MAR 2022
09:50 – 10:30 (CET)
14:10 – 14:50 (CET)
Free Practice Nr. 1
Free Practice Nr. 2
SATURDAY, 05 MARCH 2022
09:25 – 10:05 (CET)
13:30 – 13:45 (CET)
13:55 – 14:10 (CET)
Free Practice Nr. 3
Qualifying Nr. 1
Qualifying Nr. 2
SUNDAY, 06 MARCH 2022
11:00 – 11:10 (CET)
Race (18 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 13:15 before the start of the first Moto3™ qualifying. On Sunday the broadcast starts at 12:15 and from 13:00 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.