Friday April 29th
8.00-8.40am – Moto3 Free Practice 1
8.55-9.40am – MotoGP Free Practice 1
9.55-10.35am – Moto2 Free Practice 1
12.15-12.55pm – Moto3 Free Practice 2
1.10-1.55pm – MotoGP Free Practice 2
2.10pm-2.50pm – Moto2 Free Practice 2
Saturday April 30th
8.00-8.40am – Moto3 Free Practice 3
8.55-9.40am – MotoGP Free Practice 3
9.55am-10.35am – Moto2 Free Practice 3
11.35am-11.50am – Moto3 Qualifying 1
12-12.15pm – Moto3 Qualifying 2
12.30-1pm – MotoGP Free Practice 4
1.10-1.25pm - MotoGP Qualifying 1
1.35-1.50pm – MotoGP Qualifying 2
2.10-2.25pm - Moto2 Qualifying 1
2.35pm-2.50pm – Moto2 Qualifying 2
sunday may 1
8.00-8.10am – Moto3 warm up
8.20-8.30am – Moto2 warm up
8.40-9am – MotoGP warm up
10am – Moto3 race
11.20am – Moto2 race
1pm – MotoGP race
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After winning four of the final six races last season, title runner-up Francesco Bagnaia arrives at Jerez without a podium to show for the opening five rounds of 2022.
That has left the factory Ducati rider just tenth in the world championship, 38-points behind joint leaders Fabio Quartararo (Yamaha) and Alex Rins (Suzuki).
But Bagnaia insists he is not losing faith in mounting a 2022 title challenge, having clawed back a larger points margin last season, when he was 70-points behind Quartararo after Silverstone.
Although Quartararo went on to win the championship by a comfortable margin, Bagnaia had slashed the Frenchman’s final advantage by 44-points, to 26. A gap that would have been even smaller had Bagnaia not fallen from the lead in Misano.
“I will stop thinking about the championship when there will not be a possibility [of winning it] anymore,” Bagnaia said after last Sunday’s Portimao contest.
“But this is not the case, I am 38 points behind the leader, and last year I was 70 points behind with 6 races remaining. So, never give up, always think about the championship, always think about pushing.
“You lose the faith in the championship only when you have no more possibilities.”
Bagnaia rode from last to eighth place in Portimao, having only been passed fit to race on Sunday morning after hurting his shoulder in a heavy qualifying fall while using slicks on a damp track.
“We had a bit of bad luck in qualifying, it was the right moment to use the slick tires, but I touched a wet patch and I crashed,” he said.