MotoGP: what time is it and how to watch the Portuguese GP live

In a few hours the Grand Prix of Portugal from MotoGP. After a controversial classification, the most important riders of the Motorcycle World Championship will give their best to give the best show. Fabio Quartararo will start in the first position after the sanction to Francesco Bagnaia, which gave its best lap under the yellow flag regime.

Quartararo won a new classification, although it was thanks to the decision of the sports commissioners. Pecco Bagnaia was behind the premises, Miguel Oliveira when it crashed after a driving error. However, when the yellow flags were waved, the Italian driver accelerated to the maximum, something that is not allowed by the sports regulations as it is dangerous.

The return of Marc Márquez is the focus of the weekend. After nine months of absence due to an injury to his right shoulder, the Spaniard will say present in a MotoGP race. All eyes will be on the eight-time champion, who has already confirmed that he does not know what his real goal will be. The muscular state of his right arm is not good, and it already gave him discomfort both Friday and Saturday.

His return was successful, not only because of his recovery. Nine months of absence, the Spaniard had a sensational Friday, and a second part, on Saturday, even better. Qualifying left him in sixth place on the grid, starting last in the second row of the race. An impressive result, for a rider who will push himself to the limit despite his difficulties.

Schedules and how to see the race.

The transmission of the Portuguese Grand Prix will begin with the Moto3 race, which will open on Sunday. However, the highlight, MotoGP, will be from the 07.00 from Mexico City, Bogotá, Panama, Lima and Quito. At 08.00 from La Paz, Caracas, Asunción and Santiago. At 09.00 from Buenos Aires and Montevideo and at 14.00 from Spain. The transmission will be carried out by ESPN3, while in Spain it will be in DAZN.

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