MotoGP World Championships in Mugello: All Italian GP schedules

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After a week -long break, the MotoGP World Championships return this weekend with one of its traditional rounds: the Italian GP at Mugello.

In MotoGP, Fabio Quartararo (Yamaha’s Energy Monster) leads the four -point table ahead of Aleix Espargaro, who at home with the Aprilia engine will seek to build on three new podiums and even improve to third place. The front driver is Enea Bastianini (Gresini/Ducati), who is third in the championship with eight points from the top and winning for the third time this season.

In front of Italian fans, Ducati wanted to go back to winning ways in order to continue fighting for the title, Jack Miller came on Mugello in fifth place and Francesco Bagnaia in seventh place. On the Italian circuit, Red Bull KTM and Miguel Oliveira will try to emulate last year’s podium, when the Portuguese rider is 11th after retiring twice in 2022 and Brad Binder is eighth in the order of the two top ten results.

For Moto2, Celestino Vietti (Mooney VR46 Racing Team/Kalex) led the standings with a distance of 16 points from Ai Ogura (Idemitsu Honda Team Asia/Kalex). Aron Canet (Flexbox HP40/Kalex), who is 19 points behind, could also overtake the leader in the Italian GP.

Arriving at Mugello, the Moto3 class was led by Sergio Garcia (GasGas Aspar) who won 17 points over Jaume Masia (Red Bull KTM Ajo) and Dennis Foggia (Leopard Racing/Honda). Izan Guevara (GasGas Aspar), in fourth place, also had a mathematical chance to move to the top of the championship.

Dominique Aegerter (Dynavolt Intact GP) won her first MotoE win in France and at Mugello defended an eight-point victory over Eric Granado (LCR E-Team). Mattia Casadei (Pons Racing 40) was third and with a second round with 50 points, a total of seven riders could overtake the current leader in points.

Find below all Italian GP schedules in all categories (according to local time), which you can follow step by step in Motor Sports.

Friday, May 27th
08h25-08h45: FP1 MotoE
09h00-09h40: FP1 Moto3
09h55-10h40: FP1 MotoGP
10h55-11h35: FP1 Moto2
12: 35-12: 55: FP2 MotoE
13h15-13h55: FP2 Moto3
14h10-14h55: FP2 MotoGP
15h10-15h50: FP2 Moto2
16h50-17h00: Q1 MotoE
17h10-17h20: Q2 MotoE

Saturday, May 28th
09h00-09h40: FP3 Moto3
09h55-10h40: FP3 MotoGP
10h55-11h35: FP3 Moto2
12h35-12h50: Q1 Moto3
13h00-13h15: Q2 Moto3
13h30-14h00: FP4 MotoGP
14h10-14h25: Q1 MotoGP
14h35-14h50: Q2 MotoGP
15h10-15h25: Q1 Moto2
15h35-15h50: Q2 Moto2
16h15: Race 1 MotoE

Sunday, May 29th
09h00-09h10: Warm-up Moto3
09h20-09h30: Warm-up Moto2
09h40-10h00: MotoGP warm-up
11:00: Moto3 Race
12:20: Moto2 Race
14.00: MotoGP race
15:30: Race 2 MotoE