Last year, we announced in this way the television schedules for the Dutch Grand Prix:
Seventh event in the MotoGP World Championship in which the World Cup caravan arrives at La Catedral: the Assen Circuit, venue for the Dutch Grand Prix. And we also arrived with three Spaniards at the top of the provisional general rankings and three others in podium positions.
For a while I have not been able to take advantage of the work done since on this occasion, only two Spaniards are leading the world championship but we have got eight national pilots of nine possible. Scott Redding, leader of the Moto2 World Championship, is the only one that prevents us from making it full.
Remember that the races in Holland are held on Saturday and also, the races are an hour later due to the difference in schedules so be careful, it will not be that you miss any. The training schedules do not change with respect to those we are used to. Then you have the schedules and broadcast channels.
(FP1) Moto3 Free Practice: 09:00 (Energy)
(FP1) MotoGP Free Practice: 09:55 (Energy)
(FP1) Moto2 free practice: 10:55 (Energy)
(FP2) Moto3 free practice: 13:10 (Energy)
(FP2) MotoGP Free Practice: 14:05 (Energy)
(FP2) Free practice Moto2: 15:05 (Energy)
(FP3) Moto3 Free Practice: 09:00 (Energy)
(FP3) MotoGP Free Practice: 09:55 (Energy)
(FP3) Moto2 Free Practice: 10:55 (Energy)
(QP) Moto3 timed practice: 12:35 (Telecinco)
(FP4) MotoGP free practice: 13:30 (Telecinco)
(QP1) MotoGP timed practice: 14:10 (Telecinco)
(QP2) MotoGP timed practice: 14:35 (Telecinco)
(QP) Moto2 timed practice: 15:05 (Energy)
(WUP) Warm Up Moto3: 08:40
(WUP) Warm Up Moto2: 09:10
(WUP) Warm Up MotoGP: 09:40 (Telecinco)
(RAC) Moto3 Race: 12:00 (Telecinco)
(RAC) Moto2 Race: 13:20 (Telecinco)
(RAC) MotoGP race: 15:00 (Telecinco)