MotoGP: opening Hours of the GP of The Americas from the USA to 2016, and data of the circuit of Austin

After a difficult pre-season, Marquez has been the only rider in MotoGP that has been on the podium in the first two races. Thanks to his third place in Qatar, the Honda pilot is first in the standings with an advantage of eight points.

Argentina and the USA offer circuits that adapt very well to your style of riding. This circumstance allowed the last Sunday achieved his second victory in the track of Termas de Rio Hondo, and now heads to Austin with the intention of achieving his fourth consecutive win in that scenario.

Since joining the premier class in 2013, Marc Marquez has won all the races held in the united States. His record is impressive not only for having won the three races in this circuit, but also for having made, on all occasions, departing from the pole position.

Data of the circuit of Austin


Length: 5513 meters

Width: 15 meters

Curves to left: 11

Curves to right: 9

longest Straight: 1200 meters

Year of construction: 2012

Hours of the GP USA MotoGP 2016

Friday, April 8

  • 16:00-16:40h: Moto3: Entr. free 1
  • 16:55-17:40h: MotoGP: Entr. free 1
  • 17:55-18:40h: Moto2: Entr. free 1
  • 20:10-20:50h: Moto3: Entr. free 2
  • 21:05-21:50h: MotoGP: Entr. free 2
  • 22:05-22:50h: Moto2: Entr free 2

Saturday, April 9

  • 16:00-16:40h: Moto3: Entr. free 3
  • 16:55-17:40h: MotoGP: Entr. free 3
  • 17:55-18:40h: Moto2: Entr. free 3
  • 19:35-20:15h: Moto3: Rating
  • 20:30-21:00: MotoGP: Entr. free 4
  • 21:10-21:25h: MotoGP: Q1
  • 21:35-21:50h: MotoGP: Q2
  • 22:05-22:50h: Moto2: Rating

Sunday, April 10

  • 15:40-16:00: Moto3 Warm Up
  • 16:10-16:30h: Moto2 Warm Up
  • 16:40-17:00: MotoGP Warm Up
  • 18:00h:Carrera Moto3
  • 19:20pm: Moto2 Race
  • 21:00 pm:MotoGP Race