Almost no time to rest from the Grand Prix of Spain comes the Grand Prix of Portugal of the World Championship of MotoGP in the Estoril Circuit, the second stop of the World Championship caravan in the Iberian Peninsula. And from what I have been able to see in the weather forecasts, again water tires will be needed.
You have to pay special attention to the schedules since we have an hour difference with respect to Portugal, so the retransmission schedules suffer a delay of one hour over what we are used to. Also on Sunday, the order of the races suffers variation and will be Moto2, MotoGP and Moto3. Next you have detailed the sessions and the chains.
(FP1) Moto3 free practice: 10:15 (Energy)
(FP1) MotoGP Free Practice: 11:10 (Energy)
(FP1) Free practice Moto2: 12:10 (Energy)
(FP2) Moto3 free practice: 14:15 (Energy)
(FP2) MotoGP free practice: 15:10 (Energy)
(FP2) Moto2 free practice: 16:10 (Energy)
(FP3) Moto3 free practice: 10:15 (Energy)
(FP3) MotoGP Free Practice: 11:10 (Energy)
(FP3) Free practice Moto2: 12:10 (Energy)
(QP) Moto3 timed practice: 14:00 (Telecinco)
(QP) MotoGP timed practice: 15:55 (Telecinco)
(QP) Moto2 timed practice: 16:10 (Telecinco)
(WUP) Warm Up Moto2: 10:00 (Energy)
(WUP) Warm Up MotoGP: 10:30 (Telecinco)
(WUP) Warm Up Moto3: 11:00 (Telecinco)
(RAC) Moto2 Race: 12:20 (Telecinco)
(RAC) MotoGP race: 14:00 (Telecinco)
(RAC) Moto3 Race: 15:30 (Telecinco)
Note: We do not have confirmation of the chains one hundred percent, so they may suffer some small variation.