This weekend’s 2022 MotoGP race enters series 13th of the scheduled 21 series. Series 13th is the schedule for the Austrian MotoGP, which will be held on Sunday, August 21, 2022 at the CryptoDATA Motorrad Grand Prix von Österreich.
Before the race on Sunday, August 21, 2022, a qualifying session will usually be held to determine which racer will start at the front or known as the Pole Position at the time of the race.
The Austrian MotoGP qualifying schedule will take place on Saturday, August 20, 2022 at the Red Bull Ring - Spielberg.
Just like during the race, the qualifying round is also very interesting to watch, because the racers will race their motorbikes to get the fastest time.
What Are Q1 and Q2 Qualifications?
There are two races for qualifying, namely the first qualification (Q1) and the second qualification (Q2).
The Q1 qualifying session will be filled by drivers who fail to accumulate time in free practice (FP1, FP2 and FP3), excluding FP4.
The Q2 qualifying session will be filled by the 2 fastest drivers from Q1 plus those who pass the accumulated free practice time or Free Practice (FP1, FP2, and FP3).
So there will be 12 racers who take part in the match in the Q2 qualifying round to be the fastest in 15 minutes.
Austrian MotoGP Qualification Schedule and Hours
Saturday, August 20, 2022
- 13:10 - 13:25 BST, Q1 Qualification
- 13:35 - 13:50 BST, Q2 Qualification
Austrian MotoGP Qualification Live Streaming
MotoGP live broadcasts in each country have their own rules according to the permission of the FIM. Some countries do not broadcast live free practice races and qualifying sessions.
If BT Sports 2 doesn’t broadcast live free practice sessions and Austrian MotoGP qualifying on television, then the only way to watch Austrian MotoGP qualifying today is live streaming.
One way that is widely shared on the internet is using an app.
First, watch MotoGP live streaming via SPO TV 2, a television media from South Korea that has a streaming channel on Youtube.
Open the YouTube application on your Android phone, search for SPO TV, click the video tab channel, click the arrow on the top left, search for ‘Upcoming Live Streaming’. Watch it… (link via PC).
One more through the GOlive 2.0.0 application. This platform provides quite a lot of streaming tv channels not only MotoGP but also football (English League, Italian League, Spanish League, to the Champions League).
Another online tv media that ‘occasionally’ broadcasts MotoGP qualification live streaming is RTSH Sports. The RTSH Sports streaming link can be seen at this link.