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MotoGP Italian GP

MotoGP Italian Grand Prix: Start time, how to watch and more

The seventh round of the 2024 MotoGP season will get underway this weekend in Italy. Here is everything you need to know, including the full schedule and how to watch.

Mugello circuit overview

MotoGP will visit the Autodromo Internazionale del Mugello this weekend for the Italian Grand Prix.

Last year’s race was won by Ducati’s Francesco Bagnaia by just 1.067s over Jorge Martin, with Johann Zarco completing the podium. The Italian will be hoping to replicate the success of last year again this weekend and take his fourth win of the year.

When is the MotoGP Italian Grand Prix?  

  • Date: Sunday 2 June 2024 
  • Start time: 1pm BST (2pm local time) 

The MotoGP Italian Grand Prix will take place between 31 May – 2 June. The race will start at 1pm BST on Sunday 2 June and will last 23 laps. 

Saturday’s Sprint race will start at 2pm BST and will be an 11-lap race. 

Fabio Quartararo, Yamaha Factory Racing

Fabio Quartararo, Yamaha Factory Racing

Photo by: Gold and Goose / Motorsport Images

How to watch MotoGP Italian Grand Prix

In the UK, MotoGP can be watched via its own streaming service - MotoGP Videopass. This platform offers viewers the ability to watch live races, practices, qualifying and sprint events, as well as highlights and exclusive content.

A subscription to MotoGP Videopass costs an annual fee of €199.99 (£170.97) or a monthly fee of €29.99 (£25.64).

The full 2024 MotoGP season is also available to watch on TNT Sports in the UK and the United States. Customers can subscribe to TNT Sports for £30.99 per month, which includes all four sport channels and Discovery+. This also allows viewers to watch via mobile, tablet or console devices.

Free to watch highlights will be available on ITVX, and MotoGP’s website and YouTube channel.

What are the timings for the Italian Grand Prix?  

Here are the full timings for the MotoGP Italian Grand Prix:  

Session   

Date  

Start time (BST)  

Free Practice 1  

Friday 31 May 

9.45am - 10.30am 

Free Practice 2  

Friday 31 May  

2pm - 3pm 

Free Practice 3   

Saturday 1 June 

9.10am - 9.40am 

Qualifying 1  

Saturday 1 June 

9.50am - 10.05am 

Qualifying 2  

Saturday 1 June  

10.15am - 10.30am 

Sprint Race – 11 laps  

Saturday 1 June  

2pm  

Warm Up  

Sunday 2 June 

8.40am - 8.50am 

Race – 23 laps  

Sunday 2 June  

1pm 

What are the timings for Moto2 and Moto3 races at the Italian Grand Prix? 

Here is the weekend schedule for the Moto2 and Moto3 Italian Grand Prix: 

Moto2 Italian Grand Prix schedule: 

Session   

Date  

Start time (BST)  

Free Practice 1  

Friday 31 May 

8.50am - 9.30am 

Free Practice 2  

Friday 31 May 

1.05pm - 1.45pm 

Free Practice 3   

Saturday 1 June 

8.25am - 8.55am 

Qualifying 1  

Saturday 1 June  

12.45pm - 1pm 

Qualifying 2  

Saturday 1 June 

1.10pm - 1.25pm 

Race – 19 laps  

Sunday 2 June 

11.15am 

Moto3 Italian Grand Prix schedule: 

Session   

Date  

Start time (BST)  

Free Practice 1  

Friday 31 May 

8am - 8.35am 

Free Practice 2  

Friday 31 May 

12.15pm - 12.50pm 

Free Practice 3   

Saturday 1 June 

7.40am - 8.10am 

Qualifying 1  

Saturday 1 June  

11.50am - 12.05pm 

Qualifying 2  

Saturday 1 June 

12.15pm - 12.30pm 

Race – 17 laps  

Sunday 2 June 

10am 

What are the timings for MotoE at the Italian Grand Prix? 

Here is the full MotoE schedule for the Italian Grand Prix: 

Session   

Date  

Start time (BST)  

Free Practice 1  

Friday 31 May 

7.30am - 7.45am 

Free Practice 2  

Friday 31 May 

11.25am - 11.40am 

Qualifying 1  

Friday 31 May 

3.15pm - 3.25pm 

Qualifying 2  

Friday 31 May 

3.35pm - 3.45pm 

Race 1 - 7 laps 

Saturday 1 June  

11.15am 

Race 2 - 7 laps 

Saturday 1 June  

3.10pm 

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