2022 Aragon MotoGP: Live stream, TV channel, race times and how to watch every session on BT Sport

We head to Aragon with Francesco Bagnaia closing in on Fabio Quartararo at the top of the championship standings.

Published: 16 September 2022 - 11.01am

MotoGP continues with the Grand Prix of Aragon as Francesco Bagnaia looks to continue his sensational run of form.

The Ducati rider won his fourth race in a row in San Marino to move 30 points behind leader Fabio Quartararo with six rounds remaining.

Read on to find out all you need to know about how to watch the 2022 Aragon Grand Prix live on BT Sport.

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2022 Aragon MotoGP: Preview

The race is on! Six rounds in eight weeks are set to determine who is crowned world champion, with Francesco Bagnaia hot on the heels of leader Fabio Quartararo.

The Italian became the first Ducati rider to win four successive races with victory at the San Marino Grand Prix last time out, closing the gap to 30 points between the two.

He overcame a three-place grid penalty to edge compatriot Enea Bastianini in a thrilling finish. The win moved him within touching distance of Quartararo, who finished fifth.

Since defending champion Quartararo stormed to victory at Sachsenring in mid-June, Bagnaia has completely dominated, winning every race. In the same period his title rival has failed to podium.

The trend could continue at MotorLand Aragon which is historically an unfavourable venue for Yamaha.

The San Marino Grand Prix was also notable for the retirement of Andrea Dovizioso, who bowed out in understated fashion with a 12th-placed finish.

The legendary rider will be replaced by Briton Cal Crutchlow for the final leg of the season. The three-time race winner retired from regular competition after the 2020 season, but his return ensures British representation on the grid for the first time this year.

He claimed 18 podiums over a ten-season spell with Yamaha, Ducati and Honda and will race alongside rookie Darryn Binder.

Six-time world champion Marc Marquez also returns this weekend after over three months out following surgery on his right arm.

The 29-year-old has had surgery four times after breaking his arm in a crash at the Spanish GP in July 2020.

The state-of-the-art venue in the racing heartlands of Aragon is the venue for what is shaping up to be a hugely consequential race with the finish line in sight.

Can Bagnaia continue his blistering run of form and close the gap even further? Or will Quartararo hit back?

2022 Aragon MotoGP: Race times

Friday 16 September

Opening Day: 8am - BT Sport 2

Saturday 17 September

Free Practice 3: 8am - BT Sport 2

Qualifying: 11am - BT Sport 2

Sunday 18 September

Warm-ups: 8am - BT Sport 2

Moto3 race: 9.15am - BT Sport 2

Moto2 race: 11am - BT Sport 2

MotoGP race: 12.30pm - BT Sport 2

Chequered Flag: 2pm - BT Sport 2

How to live stream the 2022 Aragon MotoGP on a phone or tablet

Anyone wanting to watch the race weekend can open the BT Sport app during the times listed above and follow the link on homepage.

The app is available to download for free on iOS and Android phones and tablets.

How to live stream the 2022 Aragon MotoGP on a laptop

Head to btsport.com at the times listed above to find a live stream link to the action taking place across the weekend.

On Sunday, watch Race Day via the enhanced video player by following this link.

How to watch the 2022 Aragon MotoGP on TV

*BT Sport customers can download the BT Sport app on PS4, Xbox, Apple TV, NOW TV and Samsung Smart TVs (2015 models onwards). 

What if I can’t watch the 2022 Aragon MotoGP live?

No problem! Our brilliant enhanced video player is available on both the BT Sport app on mobile and tablet and btsport.com.

Our innovative Raceday Experience allows viewers to use our interactive timeline to go back and re-watch all the key moments, overtakes and crashes.

And you can get even closer to the action with Rider 360 - hop on-board the top riders’ bikes for the ultimate immersive experience. Plus, you can enjoy the coverage along with your friends by choosing the Watch Together option.

In an added bonus, subscribers can watch back Saturday’s qualifying session in full if they miss any of the action.

And most importantly, the entire race day will remain available to watch spoiler-free immediately after broadcast - as it will on our large screen device app. Bookmark this page and return at your leisure to tune in from the outset.

Bagnaia has been in sensational form since the mid-season break

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