Reminder: Brno MotoGP Race One Hour Earlier To Fit In With F1 At Spa

MotoGP fans around the globe should be reminded that race day at Brno does not follow the normal schedule. The MotoGP race has been moved an hour earlier to avoid a clash with the Belgian F1 Grand Prix at Spa Francorchamps, in accordance with the agreement F1 and MotoGP have to avoid schedule clashes.

This means that MotoGP race will start a 1pm local time in Brno, which is 12 noon in the UK, 7am Eastern,  4am Pacific time or 9pm AEST. To find the correct time for your time zone, check this time converter on the TimeAndDate.com website.

Moving the MotoGP race naturally has repercussions for the rest of the schedule. The Moto2 race is the first race of the day, and is also an hour earlier, starting at 11:20am Brno time. The Moto3 race becomes the last race of the day, starting at 2:30pm in the afternoon, 90 minutes after the start of the MotoGP race.

The warm up schedule is similarly affected, Moto2 kicking off the day at 9am, MotoGP following at 9:30am, then Moto3 at 10am.

For TV schedules, check your local listings guide. The MotoGP.com website will be streaming the races live for all MotoGP.com video pass holders.

MotoGP fans around the globe should be reminded that race day at Brno does not follow the normal schedule. The MotoGP race has been moved an hour earlier to avoid a clash with the Belgian F1 Grand Prix at Spa Francorchamps, in accordance with the agreement F1 and MotoGP have to avoid schedule clashes.This means that MotoGP race will start a 1pm local time in Brno, which is 12 noon in the UK, 7am Eastern,  4am Pacific time or 9pm AEST. To find the correct time for your time zone, check this time converter on the TimeAndDate.com website.Moving the MotoGP race naturally has repercussions for the rest of the schedule. The Moto2 race is the first race of the day, and is also an hour earlier, starting at 11:20am Brno time. The Moto3 race becomes the last race of the day, starting at 2:30pm in the afternoon, 90 minutes after the start of the MotoGP race.The warm up schedule is similarly affected, Moto2 kicking off the day at 9am, MotoGP following at 9:30am, then Moto3 at 10am.

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