The motorcycle racing world visits the Sachsenring – Team home race for CFMOTO

After a race-free weekend the different racing classes of the motorcycle worldchampionship move on to Germany for the GP at the Sachsenring circuit. For the CFMOTO Racing Pruestel GP team in particular, this means that perhaps the most exciting week on the racing calendar has finally begun, because this is where the racing team is at home and where the team’s motorsport heart beats loudest.

The Sachsenring is a living legend of racing, celebrating its 95th anniversary this year. At 3,704m, the traditional circuit impresses with its unique topography: embedded in the natural terrain, the drivers sometimes find themselves on sections with uphill and downhill gradients of up to 10% and 12% respectively. They really get up to speed on the 800m-long start-finish straight, even though the Sachsenring is one of the slower courses on the racing calendar due to its numerous tight and demanding corners.

The two riders #99 Carlos Tatay and #43 Xavier Artigas have a lot planned for their team’s home race and are looking forward to seeing many fans in the team colors.   


Wednesday 15.06. 19:00 Charity run at the Sachsenring with #99 Carlos Tatay

Thursday 16.06. Visit to the Hohenstein-Ernstthal learning support school

Thursday 16.06. 15:00-16:00 Autograph session Autohaus LUEG Mercedes with Carlos Tatay, Xavier Artigas, Tom Lüthi (address: Am Sachsenring 5, 09337 Bernsdorf)

Saturday 18.06. 17:30-18:00 Autograph session at our CFMOTO promo stand with Carlos Tatay, Xavier Artigas, Tom Lüthi on Goldbachstraße 38 (right next to LINDNER socks)

Saturday 18.06. 19:00 riders presentation in the kart hall with Carlos Tatay and Xavier Artigas

#99 Carlos Tatay

“Being on CFMOTO’s home track is without question a special experience, but at least as big a challenge because of course you want to meet the demands of the team.”

#43 Xavier Artigas

“The Sachsenring may be one of the shortest tracks, but that doesn’t make it any less demanding. The many left turns require a lot of concentration and power, and the choice of tires is also a factor that should not be underestimated.”

Schedule of the Liqui Moly Motorcycle Grand Prix Germany 17 JUN – 19 JUN for the Moto3™.

FRIDAY, 17 JUN 2022

09:00 – 09:40 (CET)  


Free Practice Nr. 1

13:15 – 13:55 (CET) 


Free Practice Nr. 2


09:00 – 09:40 (CET) 


Free Practice Nr. 3

12:35 – 12:50 (CET) 


Qualifying Nr. 1

13:00 – 13:15 (CET)       


Qualifying Nr. 2

SUNDAY, 19 JUN 2022

09:00 – 09:10 (CET)

11:00 (CET)



Warm Up

Race (27Laps)

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