MotoGP Germany 2012: where to watch it on television

Eighth round of the MotoGP World Championship and the second consecutive weekend of the three that await us before crossing the puddle and taking a vacation. The turn-around and small Sachsenring Circuit will host the three categories after the beginning of the year, its participation was questionable.

After Saturday’s races last week, we’ll have to change the usual schedule as we will start Sunday with Moto2 and MotoGP will be issued at 1:00 p.m. Free trainings will be issued by Energy and both timers and racing can be seen by Telecinco. Next, you have detailed each of the chains and the beginnings of the sessions.

Friday 6:

(FP1) Moto3 free trainings: 09:15 (Energy)
(FP1) MotoGP free trainings: 10:10 (Energy)
(FP1) Moto2 free trainings: 11:10 (Energy)
(FP2) Moto3 free training sessions: 13:15 (Energy)
(FP2) MotoGP free trainings: 14:10 (Energy)
(FP2) Free Moto2 workouts: 15:10 (Energy)

Saturday 7:

(FP3) Moto3 free trainings: 09:15 (Energy)
(FP3) MotoGP free trainings: 10:10 (Energy)
(FP3) Moto2 free trainings: 11:10 (Energy)
(QP) Timed training Moto3: 13:00 (Telecinco)
(QP) MotoGP timed training: 13:55 (Telecinco)
(QP) Moto2 timed workouts: 15:10 (Telecinco)

Sunday 8:

(WUP) Warm Up Moto2: 09:00 (Energy)
(WUP) Warm Up MotoGP: 09:30 (Telecinco)
(WUP) Warm Up Moto3: 10:00 (Energy)
(RAC) Moto2 Race: 11:20 (Telecinco)
(RAC) MotoGP Race: 13:00 (Telecinco)
(RAC) Moto3 Race: 14:30 (Telecinco)

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