The MotoGP competition has moved to Great Britain. The competition takes place at the famous Silverstone circuit after a year of hiatus, and Saturday’s qualifiers brought unexpected results. Series leader Fabio Quarterrer, who will start from the front line, has an appetite to increase his lead in the general classification. MotoGP in Great Britain is broadcast on

Saturday’s British Grand Prix qualifying was a success for Team Honda. For the first time in this year’s Pole Position series, Pol Espargaro won with results that did not please fans, team leaders and the player himself. The Frenchman achieved the best qualifying result for the third time in his career and for the first time for a Honda.

Title contenders will pay out on Sunday. Quartararo qualified for the third time, Jorge Martin came fourth, and he has a chance of becoming the first rookie to reach the podium in three consecutive races since 2013. Eight years ago, that was an achievement for Marc Marquez.

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Quartararo (Yamaha) finished seventh in the last race in Austria. The winner was 26-year-old Brad Bender (KTM), who risked staying wet despite the rain and gained the advantage of being able to keep his drive until the end of the race. And he rose to sixth place in the World Cup – 98 points. Quartararo has 181 of them.

– I think it was one of the coolest races of the year with 28 laps but it was really fast. I liked it very much and felt good. We know Austria has always been one of the toughest episodes for us, but we counted here in the fight for victory. So it wasn’t the result I wanted, but I’m satisfied – said the Frenchman after that race.

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Will he do better at the famous Silverstone?

– During the race two years ago, I only managed to make one corner. However, this is one of my favorite MotoGP circuits, and the Yamaha really fits this track, recalls Quartararo.

All Sunday races in Great Britain are broadcast on and MotoGP and Moto2 races are also broadcast on Polsat Sport News.

Sunday broadcast schedule:

10:00 – Moto3 . warm-up
10:30 – Motorcycle warm-up
11:00 – Moto2 . warm-up
12:20 – Moto3 Racing
14:00 – MotoGP Race – also broadcast on Polsat Sport News
15:30 – Moto2 Race – Also broadcast on Polsat Sport News

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