MotoGP, Sachsenring J3: what time are the races this Sunday in Germany?

Jorge Martin won the Sprint race of the ninth round of the 2024 MotoGP at the German Grand Prix at Sachsenring. Although the poleman lost two positions at the start to Pecco Bagnaia and Miguel Oliveira, he quickly regained command of the race, quickly establishing himself in the lead. Martin eventually crossed the line ahead of the Portuguese rider of the Aprilia TrackHouse team (+0.676s) and the two-time Top Class world champion, Pecco Bagnaia (+1.311s).

This victory marks Martin’s 13th victory in the 28 Sprint races contestedwith four wins out of nine races this seasonand his seventh podium in seasonal Sprints. Thanks to this performance,
Martin extends his championship lead to +15 pointswheras’Oliveira brings the RS-GP 24 of the American team led by David Brivio on the podium.

Since yesterday, Bagnaia had trouble finding the right feeling with the Ducati Desmosedici GP 24 and finished third, followed by his teammate Enea Bastianini and one Franco Morbidelli
resurrected from Ducati Pramac.

Marc Marquez made a convincing comeback after starting from the fifth row in 13th, finishing sixth thanks to an overtake at the final corner on Maverick Vinaleswho was suffering from the consequences of a highside during qualifying. Brad
on KTM Factory and Alex Marquez Ducati Gresini also scored points.

Marco Bezzecchi finished tenth aboard the Ducati VR46 Racing Team, ahead of Jack Miller (KTM
Factory) et son coéquipier
Fabio DiGiannantoniothe latter suffering from pain in his right shoulder, dislocated during yesterday’s fall.

The best Japanese motorcycle was that of Fabio Quartararowho finished 12th with Yamaha Factory, followed by the Aprilia RS-GP 23 TrackHouse Racing of Raul Fernandez and the best Honda, that of Luke Marini you Team Repsol.

But this Sunday at the Sachsenring, it’s Grand Prix day with weather that will be different. You won’t want to miss anything. Here’s the program:

MotoGP, Sachsenring: German Grand Prix timetables

Sunday July 7:

09h40 – 09h50 (10 min) : MotoGP, Warm-Up

11h00 : Course Moto3 (23 tours)

12h15 : Course Moto2 (25 tours)

14h00 : Course MotoGP (30 tours)



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