MotoGP France 2013: how to watch it on television

New weekend with the MotoGP World Championship as a main course. In this case, we move to the legendary Le Mans circuit to attend the Grand Prix of France, where the fourth round of the calendar will take place.

In theory we are in a Yamaha circuit, although it was also Jerez and we already saw in what position the Honda finished. We’ll see if Jorge Lorenzo wants to take revenge in the neighboring country by doing one of his perfect careers from start to finish.

Friday 17:

(FP1) Moto3 Free Practice: 09:00 (Energy)
(FP1) MotoGP Free Practice: 09:55 (Energy)
(FP1) Moto2 free practice: 10:55 (Energy)
(FP2) Moto3 free practice: 13:10 (Energy)
(FP2) MotoGP Free Practice: 14:05 (Energy)
(FP2) Free practice Moto2: 15:05 (Energy)

Saturday 18:

(FP3) Moto3 Free Practice: 09:00 (Energy)
(FP3) MotoGP Free Practice: 09:55 (Energy)
(FP3) Moto2 Free Practice: 10:55 (Energy)
(QP) Moto3 timed practice: 12:35 (Telecinco)
(FP4) MotoGP free practice: 13:30 (Telecinco)
(QP1) MotoGP timed practice: 14:10 (Telecinco)
(QP2) MotoGP timed practice: 14:35 (Telecinco)
(QP) Moto2 timed practice: 15:05 (Energy)

Sunday 19:

(WUP) Warm Up Moto3: 08:40
(WUP) Warm Up Moto2: 09:10
(WUP) Warm Up MotoGP: 09:40 (Telecinco)
(RAC) Moto3 Race: 11:00 (Telecinco)
(RAC) Moto2 Race: 12:20 (Telecinco)
(RAC) MotoGP race: 14:00 (Telecinco)
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