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The eighth round of the 2022 season sees MotoGP travel to Italy for the first of two races in the country this year, with the series returning to Misano in September.

This also marks the first race in Mugello held with full attendance allowed since the start of the COVID-19 pandemic.

Reigning world champion Fabio Quartararo arrived at the weekend as Mugello led the standings with four points from Aprilia Aleix Espargaro, after struggling to overtake Spain for the fourth time in the French GP two weeks ago.

Espargaro signed at Mugello with a secure future after Aprilia announced they had signed a new two -year contract, with Maverick Vinales also continuing to be a teammate until the end of 2024.

Enea Bastianini is hoping to add to Ducati’s win at Mugello after winning the last Le Mans victory at Ducati launched in the 2021 Gresini spec, with Bastianini just eight points from the top spot.

Nine Ducati will be in the box for the Italian GP as test driver Michele Pirro makes a scheduled wildcard display at the GP22 adorned with the World Superbike livery, while Pramac Racing will unveil its stunning new color scheme starting this weekend.

That’s the full session time for the 2022 Italian GP.

Luca Marini, VR46 Racing Team

Luca Marini, VR46 Racing Team

Photo by: Marc Fleury

When is the Italian MotoGP 2022 Grand Prix?

The Italian MotoGP 2022 Grand Prix runs from May 27-29 and is the eighth round of 20 laps on the calendar, after the Finnish Grand Prix scheduled for July was canceled earlier this week.

How many hours of training and qualification for the 2022 MotoGP Italian Grand Prix?

Friday:

FP1-9: 55-10: 40 CET (8: 55-9: 40 BST)
FP2-14: 10-14: 55 CET (13: 10-13: 55 BST)

Saturday:

FP3-9: 55-10: 40 CET (8: 55-9: 40 BST)
FP4-13: 30-14: 00 CET (12: 30-13: 00 BST)

Qualification 1-14: 10-14: 25 (13: 10-13: 25 BST)
Qualification 2-14: 35-14: 50 (13: 35-13: 50 BST)

What time does the 2022 Italian MotoGP GP start?

The 23rd round of the Spanish Grand Prix on Sunday was held at 14:00 local time (13:00 BST), the traditional start time for European races when they did not collide with Formula 1 rounds on the continent.

The Moto3 race will be the first on the bill on Sunday at 11:00 local time (10:00 BST), with the Moto2 after 12:20 local time (11:20 BST).

Franco Morbidelli, Yamaha Factory Racing, Andrea Dovizioso, RNF MotoGP Racing

Franco Morbidelli, Yamaha Factory Racing, Andrea Dovizioso, RNF MotoGP Racing

Photo by: Gold and Swan / Motorsport Pictures

How can I watch the Italian MotoGP Grand Prix 2022?

Viewers in the UK can watch live coverage of the 2022 Italian Grand Prix on BT Sport 2.

Friday:

BT Sport – Sky Channel 414, Virgin Media Channel 528: Praktek 1 & 2 – 08: 00-15: 00 BST

Saturday:

BT Sport – Sky Channel 414, Virgin Media Channel 528: Practice 3 – 08: 00-11: 00 BST
BT Sport – Sky Channel 414, Virgin Media Channel 528: Qualification – 11: 00-15: 00 BST

Week:

BT Sport – Sky Channel 414, Virgin Media Channel 528: Warm -ups and races – 08: 00-15: 00 BST

All MotoGP sessions can be watched live via Dorna Sports ’video pass subscription service.

Can you watch MotoGP in 2022 for free?

The spotlight on free television will air on ITV4 in the UK at 20:00 BST, Monday.

Autosport also announced two races – the German and British GPs – will be shown live and free on ITV in 2022.

Full coverage of the 2022 Italian MotoGP GP can also be found at Autosport.com.

Who won the most MotoGP at the Italian Grand Prix?

Valentino Rossi – 7 (2002, 2003, 2004, 2005, 2006, 2007, 2008)
Jorge Lorenzo – 6 (2011, 2012, 2013, 2015, 2016, 2018)
Giacomo Agostini – 6 (1966, 1967, 1968, 1970, 1972, 19750)