MotoGP Americas schedule 2018: Practice two start time, TV channel, live stream and circuit info for the Grand Prix in Austin, Texas

MOTOGP returns for the third race of the season – the Grand Prix of the Americas.

Brit Cal Crutchlow was the shock winner in a race that ranged from the chic to the ridiculous in Argentina.

 Cal Crutchlow took the chequered flag in Argentina

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Cal Crutchlow took the chequered flag in Argentina

In a farcical start, Jack Miller was the solely rider at the entrance of the grid after a excessive-danger tyre gamble paid off.

The Aussie opted for slicks in a quickly drying monitor with everyone else altering to wets and controversially being allowed to start on the grid moderately than from the pit lane.

When is MotoGP Grand Prix of the Americas?

The Grand Prix of the Americas will happen on Sunday, April 22 at the Circuit of the Americas in Austin, Texas.

The race will start at 8pm in the UK after Moto3 at 5pm and Moto2 at 6.20pm.

Earlier than that, there will probably be two practices at on Friday, April 20 at three.55pm and and eight.05pm.

A 3rd follow will comply with on Saturday, April 21 at three.55pm earlier than qualifying at eight.10pm.

What TV channel and live stream is MotoGP Grand Prix of the Americas on?

MotoGP shall be live on BT Sport this season.

Your complete race weekend, together with Moto2 and Moto3 might be proven on BT Sport 2.

Protection of race day will get underway at 2.30pm on Sunday, April 22 with the heat-ups.

Moto3 will comply with at four.15pm earlier than Moto2 at 6pm and the foremost occasion at 7.30pm.

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MOTOGP returns for the third race of the season – the Grand Prix of the Americas.

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