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Changes in the schedule of the MotoGP Grand Prix in Japan

The Japanese Grand Prix of the Motorcycle World Championship has suffered some schedule changes for Friday's session due to the l


The Japanese Grand Prix of the Motorcycle World Championship has suffered some schedule changes for Friday’s session due to the logistical problems of the transfer.

The FIM, IRTA and Dorna Sports have announced that the Japanese Grand Prix of the Motorcycle World Championship will suffer changes in the schedule for Friday, all due to the logistical challenges involved in the short time between the appointment at Motorland Aragón and the one in Japan.

Due to logistical challenges posed by the Japanese Grand Prix be held consecutively after the Aragon Grand Prix, as well as the possible delays caused by the current conflict in Ukraine and its effect on the airspace, it has been decided not to hold the practice sessions for the categories of the MotoGP World Championship , Moto2 and Moto3, on Friday morning.

Therefore, Moto3 FP1 will start at 13:15 local time, Moto2 at 14:10 and MotoGP at 15:05. This single MotoGP FP1 session which will now take place on Friday afternoon has been extended from 45 to 75 minutes. The extension of time is only for the queen category. The combined results to enter Q1 and Q2 will be taken from FP1 and FP2 for all Worlds categories.

Activities will be planned for fans with the Grand Prix drivers on Friday morning, giving fans on track the opportunity to interact with their heroes as MotoGP returns to Japan for the first time since 2019.

To the appointment in Japan.

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