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MotoGP time schedule French GP - Le Mans 2024

This weekend marks the fifth round of the MotoGP season. Check out all the start times for MotoGP, Moto2, and Moto3 in this article so you don't miss any of the action!

MotoGP France 2023 Le Mans
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What is the start time of the MotoGP in Le Mans?

Next weekend, the fifth Grand Prix of the season takes place at the iconic Le Mans circuit. Last year, Italian Marco Bezzecchi won in France. Which rider will take the victory this year?

The MotoGP of France in Le Mans starts on Sunday, May 12 at 1:00 PM GMT, and the race lasts for 27 laps.

Check out the full schedule of the MotoGP, Moto2, and Moto3 during the French Grand Prix below.

MotoGP time schedule France | All the start times of Le Mans

Class Session Date GMT
Moto3 Free practice Friday, May 10th 08:00
Moto2 Free practice Friday, May 10th 08:50
MotoGP FP1 Friday, May 10th 09:45
Moto3 Practice 1 Friday, May 10th 12:15
Moto2 Practice 1 Friday, May 10th 13:05
MotoGP Practice Friday, May 10th 14:00
Moto3 Practice 2 Saturday, May 11th 07:40
Moto2 Practice 2 Saturday, May 11th 08:25
MotoGP FP2 Saturday, May 11th 09:10
MotoGP Qualifying Saturday, May 11th 09:50
Moto3 Qualifying Saturday, May 11th 11:50
Moto2 Qualifying Saturday, May 11th 12:45
MotoGP Sprint Saturday, May 11th 14:00
Moto3 Race Sunday, May 12th 10:00
Moto2 Race Sunday, May 12th 11:15
MotoGP Race Sunday, May 12th 13:00

Where can I watch the MotoGP Grand Prix of France?

Fans can watch the MotoGP race in France through various broadcasters or live streams. Eurosport TV and the Discovery+ app are the most commonly used platforms by fans to watch MotoGP.

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