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schedule and where to watch the motorcycle Grand Prix live on TV

Season of MotoGP comes to an end with Grand Prix of Portugal. Portimao will witness the last race of a championship that has already been resolved, after Joan Mir sentenced the title at the GP of the Valencian Community. The 2020 MotoGP Portugal race can be viewed through DAZN, and it can be followed live on the OKDIARIO website with minute-by-minute comments.

With the title already decided, the runner-up and the third step of the podium remain to be resolved. After the last race in Cheste, the classification took another turn, Morbidelli assaulted the second place overall and Rins dropped to third place. Viñales and Quartararo, fourth and fifth respectively, have it more complicated since they are 11 and 13 points behind Rins with 25 to play.

In Moto2 and Moto3 the title will be played in this last test. In the silver category, the big favorite is Bastianini, who leads the World Cup with a 14-point advantage over Sam Lowes and 18 over Luca Marini. On the other hand, Albert Arenas, can be proclaimed Moto3 world champion. He has an eight-point advantage over his immediate pursuer, Ogura, and 11 over Arbolino, who missed the Aragon GP because he had been in contact with a passenger who had tested positive on his flight from Paris to Milan.

The races will start at 11 am with the fight for the Moto3 championship, and then continue at 12:20 with Moto2. MotoGP will put the finishing touch to a strange season marked by the coronavirus, about which there were many doubts but finally the bubble has worked and, except for some positives, they have been able to conclude the championship.

Portugal GP MotoGP race times

Friday, November 20

10.00 – 10.55: Moto3 FP1

11.10 – 12.20: MotoGP FP1

12.35 – 13.30: Moto2 FP1

13.50 – 14.45: Moto3 FP2

15.00 – 16.10: MotoGP FP2

16.25 – 17.20: Moto2 FP2

Saturday, November 21

10.00 – 10.40: Moto3 FP3

10.55 – 11.40: MotoGP FP3

11.55 – 12.35: Moto2 FP3

13.35 – 13.50: Moto3 Q1

14.00 – 14.15: Moto3 Q2

14.30 – 15.00: MotoGP FP4

15.10 – 15.25: MotoGP Q1

15.35 – 15.50: MotoGP Q2

16.10 – 16.25: Moto2 Q1

16.35 – 16.50: Moto2 Q2

Sunday November 22

10.00 – 10:20: Moto3 WUP

10.30 – 10:50: Moto2 WUP

11.00 – 11:20: MotoGP WUP

12.00: Moto3 Race

13.20: Moto2 Race

15.00: MotoGP race