Timetables for the 2022 MotoGP Indonesia GP

Indonesian GP MotoGP 2022 Timetables (French time)

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Friday, March 18th

  • 02h00-02h40: Free training FP1 Moto3
  • 02: 55-03: 35: Free training FP1 Moto2
  • 03: 50-04: 35: Free training FP1 MotoGP
  • 06: 15-06: 55: Free training FP2 Moto3
  • 07h10-07h50: Free training FP2 Moto2
  • 08:05-08:50: FP2 MotoGP free practice

Saturday 19 March

  • 02h00-02h40: Free training FP3 Moto3
  • 02: 55-03: 35: Free training FP3 Moto2
  • 03: 50-04: 35: Free FP3 MotoGP training
  • 05: 35-06: 15: Moto3 classification
  • 06: 30-07: 10: Moto2 classification
  • 07h25-07h55: FP4 MotoGP free practice
  • 08:05-08:20: 1st MotoGP classification
  • 08: 30-08: 45: 2nd MotoGP classification
  • 10: 00-10: 45: MotoGP press conference

Sunday, March 20th

  • 03: 00-03: 10: Moto3 warm-up
  • 03: 20-03: 30: Moto2 warm-up
  • 03: 40-04: 00: MotoGP warm-up
  • 05:00: Moto3 race
  • 06:20: Moto2 race
  • 08:00: MotoGP race

Circuit Mandalika

  • Length: 4.3 km
  • Turns: 6 on the left and 11 on the right
  • Width: 15 m
  • Straight line: 507m

Pilot objectives

Fabio Quartararo (official Yamaha)

I feel good and ready to start riding again in Mandalika. We did a good job here during the winter tests. We’ve done a lot of laps, so we’ll make good use of them. I don’t want to dwell on what happened in Qatar, because I know we have a good starting point for this weekend. I will focus 100% on getting a good result. Our pace was good here during the test, but many of our rivals were fast, so every detail and fraction of a second will count.“.

Franco Morbidelli (Yamaha official)

The IRTA test on the Mandalika track gave us some experience that we can take advantage of. We have come a long way during these three days and have a good understanding of how we can get the most out of our package to reach our full potential. Judging by our previous visit, the track conditions will improve over the three days. We know that Sector 2 in particular can be tricky, so we will work to find the right balance of the bike to fit this circuit.“.

Francesco Bagnaia (Ducati official)

I love running in Lombok – the place is beautiful and there are so many fans who can’t wait to see us run. I like the Mandalika track and had positive feelings during the tests in February. I hope the grip conditions have improved thanks to the new asphalt, but overall I think it’s a good track for the features of our bike. Compared to the first weekend in Qatar, I will try to work more on my driving style from the first sessions to immediately find the right feeling with GP Desmosedici. I’m very determined and I think I can do well this weekend“.

Jack Miller (Ducati official)

I’m happy to be back on the track this weekend and to be able to finally forget about the Qatar race. The season has definitely not started as we expected, but we were in a good position at Losail and without this technical problem we could have aimed for a good result. So I hope to be able to continue in the same direction and move further to redeem myself on Sunday. I am ready to face any condition to get a good result!

Pol Espargaró (official Honda)

I’m really looking forward to Mandalika, the fans were already amazing during the test and I can only imagine what the race will be like. We arrived at a good time, after a good race in Qatar and a good front test in Mandalika, but it has changed a lot since then. The path that should have been of great help has resurfaced, but we’ll see what it’s like when we get there. The plan is to continue working as we did in Qatar and continue to unleash our full potential.“.

Marc Márquez (official Honda)

We have made some improvements over the weekend in Qatar and it is clear that there is a lot of potential. I am so happy to be back in Mandalika, it is great to be able to see all of our Indonesia fans and finally offer them a great show after so many years. I hope our fans enjoy it and that we can have a great weekend to celebrate. It’s a new opportunity to better understand the bike and get closer to the front fights, it’s still early and we continue to attack“.

Joan Mir (Suzuki officer)

Although I missed a day of testing here, I rode enough to know that it is an exciting place to visit. I’m ready to discover the track this weekend and give it my all. We have many fans from Indonesia and they always give us a big boost and a lot of support, so I want to thank them with a good result!

Alex Rin (official Suzuki)

I think this weekend will be an amazing thing, I look forward to seeing so many fans cheering us on from the stands! We have big fans all over the world and we always feel their enthusiasm, but I think here it will be different from what we have seen before. I really like the track and can’t wait to do more laps here and find a good pace for the race“.

MotoGP 2022 classification before the Indonesian GP

  1. BASTIANINI Enea ITA 25 points
  2. BINDER Brad RSA 20 points
  3. ESPARGARO Pol SPA 16 points
  4. ESPARGARO Aleix SPA 13 points
  5. SCORE Marc SPA 11 points
  6. MIR Joan SPA 10 points
  7. RINS Alex SPA 9 points
  8. ZARCO Johann FRA 8 points
  9. QUARTARARO Fabio FRA 7 points
  10. NAKAGAMI Takaaki JPN 6 points
  11. MORBIDELLI Franco ITA 5 points
  12. VIÑALES Maverick SPA 4 points
  13. MARINI Luca ITA 3 points
  14. DOVIZIOSO Andrea ITA 2 points
  15. GARDNER Remy AUS 1 point
  16. BINDER Darryn RSA 0 points
  17. DI GIANNANTONIO Fabio ITA 0 points
  18. FERNANDEZ Raul SPA 0 points

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