MotoGP double-header second race Styrian GP will happen from 21 August to 23rd August 2020 at the Red Bull Ring.Watch MotoGP Styrian live streaming on your PC, laptop and other devices by subscribing on Motors Stream.
With the enclosure thinking about a staggering Austrian race that was dominated by a tremendous accident, including Johann Zarco and Franco Morbidelli, MotoGP will come back to action on a similar track as a part of the 2020 revised schedule after the Covid-19 pandemic.
The crash and safety on the Red Bull Ring track should lead the discussion with MotoGP in front of the unusual prospect of racing on the same circuit for consecutive weekends – Previously it happened in Jerez and it will also take place in Misano, Aragon, and Valencia as part of the revamped calendar set up by the organizers Dorna Sports.
Due to the doubleheaders, the second race of the Red Bull Ring is known as the Styrian GP as two races cannot have the same name in one season.
After a one day confirming his departure from Ducati 2021, Andrea Dovizioso has won the Austrian Grand Prix. He wants to continue his world title after moving up to second place in the drivers' championship.
Fabio Quartararo continues to lead the championship by 11 points over Dovizioso, due to brake problems he finished 8th in the first Red Bull Ring race.
MotoGP Styrian Grand Prix 2020 Schedule
MotoGP will commence with the first two free practice sessions which lasting 45 minutes each on Friday, on Saturday morning another practice session will happen for 45 minutes.
All three practice top 10-time sheets will automatically get an entry into Q2 qualifying, the final 30 minutes practice will take place on Saturday afternoon before the qualifying.
Q1 of qualifying all riders who didn’t complete the top 10 combined practice times participate with the best two finishers advancing into Q2 along with the best 10 who received an automatic spot via their practice times.
Q2 is the pole position shootout, which determines the order of the first four rows for the 28-lap GP of Styria on Sunday, with the rest of the starting grid organized on Q1 times.
Friday, August 21, 2020
Free Practice 1: 9:55am-10:40pm local
Free Practice 2: 2:10pm-2:55pm local
Saturday, August 22, 2020
Free Practice 3: 9:55am-10:40am local
Free Practice 4: 1:30pm-2:00pm local
Qualifying: 1: 2:10pm-2:50pm local
Sunday, August 23, 2020
Warm Up: 9:20am-9:40am local
Race: 2:00pm local