MotoGP 2022 Thread [Spoilers]

New year new thread!

2022 MotoGP calendar
Race Date Country Venue
1 6th Mar. Qatar Losail
2 20th Mar. Indonesia Mandalika
3 3rd Apr. Argentina Termas de Rio Mondo
4 10th Apr. USA Circuit of the Americas
5 24th Apr. Portugal Portimao
6 1st May Spain Jerez
7 15th May France Le Mans
8 29th May Italy Mugello
9 5th Jun. Spain Catalunya
10 19th Jun. Germany Sachsenring
11 26th Jun. Netherlands Assen
12 10th Jul. Finland Kymiring
13 7th Aug. Great Britain Silverstone
14 21st Aug. Austria Red Bull Ring
15 4th Sep. Italy Misano
16 18th Sep. Spain Motorland
17 25th Sep. Japan Motegi
18 2nd Oct. Thailand Chang
19 16th Oct. Australia Phillip Island
20 23rd Oct. Malaysia Sepang
21 6th Nov. Spain Ricardo Tormo

Anyone else super excited??

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Looks like we have a new Amazon Prime Show as well

“Like Netflix’s Drive To Survive, MotoGP’s docuseries will offer fans unprecedented behind-the-scenes access to the biggest names in the series and chart their 2021 seasons.”

Is there any way to watch the MotoGP other than BT sport? What do you chaps use?

You can go watch at the bike shed, it’s a great atmosphere

New red flag rules

The only other legit way of watching it

there are non-legit options :kissing: :notes:

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The motogp site seems to be the best option as you get the whole back catalogue too

Awesome race…


by Bastianini! Good to see both Honda riders up front again!

I kinda wanted Pol to win, he really deserved to.

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Was a great start to the season!

  • Hondas seem to be going better than last year.
  • Ducati’s as ugly and fast as ever, though LOL that all the new bikes were behind last years bike.
  • The Suzuki’s look sexy as hell. I really do not understand that company anymore. Build amazing race bikes, don’t GAF about their road bikes.
  • Yamahahahahaha. Ooops.
  • Go Aprilia! Bike looks great, Aleix going as well as ever. Hope there’s more to come from them.
  • Go Sam! Can’t believe he did as well as he did with tendinitis in his arm.
  • Fingers crossed for Scott Ogden, hope he gets his feet in under the door over the season.
  • Great to see Anna Carrasco in Moto3. Supporting her, the sport needs more female riders.


That was scary!


Damn. The kid needs to realise he’s not invincible.

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You to wonder whether it might be time for him to hang up his lid, for the sake of his own long term health

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I emailed Mat Oxley a couple of years ago when he first had eye surgery, suggested a blog on ‘what happens if the surgery goes wrong?’

Marc Marquez to miss Grand Prix of Argentina

Marc Marquez visited his ophthalmologist, Dr Sánchez Dalmau, at the Hospital Clínic in Barcelona yesterday, Monday, where he underwent his second medical check-up after the crash in Warm Up at the Indonesian GP a week ago. In this new examination, Dr Sánchez Dalmau confirmed that the HRC rider’s diplopia shows a notable improvement and reaffirms that the progression of his vision is very favourable. As happened with the last episode of diplopia, the number 93 will continue to carry out a conservative treatment regime with regular check-ups.

The Repsol Honda Team rider will not take part in the next round of the MotoGP™ World Championship that takes place this weekend in Argentina as he continues his recovery.

Doctor Sánchez Dalmau: “The second neuro-ophthalmological evaluation carried out on Marc Marquez this past Monday has shown a very favourable evolution in the paralysis of the fourth right nerve affected by the fall that occurred at the Indonesian Grand Prix. Recovery is not yet complete, and Marc Marquez must follow the established therapeutic regime with conservative treatment.

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Aleix Espargaro is on pole for the third time, on bikes from three different manufacturers: Forward Yamaha, Suzuki and Aprilia. The first rider in the MotoGP era to qualify on pole on 3 different makes of bike.

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