the TV program of the 2021 Valencia Grand Prix

It’s already time for the last race of the season for MotoGP. Head to the Ricardo Tormo circuit in Valencia, Spain. So to not miss this last race before the launch of the next season in 2022, discover the full TV program.

It’s already there last race of the season 2021 of MotoGP ! And with the world title finally won by Frenchman Fabio Quartararo, the pressure has subsided. So all you have to do is enjoy this last racing weekend of the year, at Valence in Spain. Especially since the other tricolor entered in the premier category, Johann Zarco, made sure of the title of best independent pilot of the season. A coronation that occurred during the Algarve Grand-Prix on the Portimao track last week.

Unfortunately, the last 2021 race will be held once again without the eight-time world champion Marc Marquez, who today suffers from vision problems. As a reminder, the Spanish pilot fell during training. In addition to missing the final GP of the season, the native of Cervera will not take part in the pre-season tests, scheduled for November 18 and 19 on the circuit of Jerez.

To follow this last race weekend, go to the channels of the Canal + group, or on the official MotoGP streaming site.

2021 Valencia MotoGP Grand Prix: the full program

Friday November 12

  • 9:55 am: Free practice 1 (Canal + Sport)
  • 2.10 p.m .: Free practice 2 (Canal + Sport)

Saturday 13 November

  • 9:55 am: Free practice 3 (Canal + Sport)
  • 1:30 p.m .: Free practice 4 (Canal + Sport)
  • 14h10 : Qualifications (Canal+)

Sunday November 14

  • 09h40 : Warm-up (Canal+ Décalé)
  • 13h28: Show “La Grille Moto” (Canal + Décalé)
  • 14h00 : Valencia Grand Prix (Canal+)
  • 2:57 p.m .: Show “Moto Debrief” (Canal +)

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