2008 MotoGP Calendar

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2008 MOTOGP DATES

9 March - Qatar - Losail
30 March - Spain - Jerez
13 April - Portugal - Estoril
4 May - China - Shanghai
18 May - France - Le Mans
1 June - Italy - Mugello
8 June - Catalunya - Barcelona
22 June- Great Britain - Donington Park
28 June - Netherlands - Assen
13 July - Germany - Sachsenring
20 July - United States - Laguna Seca
17 August - Czech Republic - Brno
31 August - San Marino - Misano
14 September - Indianapolis - Indianapolis
28 September - Japan - Motegi
5 October - Australia - Phillip Island
19 October - Malaysia - Sepang
26 October - Valencia - Valenciana
 

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Next MotoGP, Sunday 4th May, is China & a "morning" race 'n start time.
So why not eat 'n watch 'n cheer at the Ambassador's X-Centre.?
And perhaps preceded by a leisurely thrash around the Samoeng loop?
 

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Sounds like a good idea.

125cc...250cc....MotoGP, thats 3 support races before the main event.
 

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Below are tv times for the MotoGP
This is the South African feed, so you have to add 5 hours to time schedule.

Broadcast Schedule:

4 May
China, Shanghai at 08:45 on SS2

18 May
France, Le Mans at 13:45 on SS7

1 June
Italy, Mugello at 13:45 on SS6

8 June
Spain, Catalunya at 13:45 on SS5

22 June
Great Britain, Donington at 15:45 on SS6

28 June
Netherlands, Assen at 13:35 on SS6

13 July
Germany, Sachsenring at 13:45 on SS6

20 July
US, Laguna Seca at 22:45 on SS2

17 August
Czech, Brno at 13:45 on SS2

31 August
San Marino, Misano at 13:45 on SS6

14 September
US, Indianapolis at 20:45 on SS2

28 September
Japan, Motegi at 06:45 on SS2

5 October
Australia, Phillip Island at 06:45 on SS2

19 October
Malaysia, Sepang at 09:15 on SS5

26 October
Spain, Valencia at 14:45 on SS2
 

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Davidfl wrote: Next MotoGP, Sunday 4th May, is China & a "morning" race 'n start time.
So why not eat 'n watch 'n cheer at the Ambassador's X-Centre.?
And perhaps preceded by a leisurely thrash around the Samoeng loop?
Well it looks like Tropical Storm Nargis
http://www.wunderground.com/tropical/tr ... 00801.html
could be about to hit the North with a W-E-T Sunday, so if it's pouring with rain Sunday morning you might see me at the UN Irish Pub watching the races in the dry.
 

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MotoGP this weekend is Mugello.
Rossi is hoping for his 7th straight win there.
Yamaha want another 1-2-3.
So Charoen Motor Yamaha in Chiang Mai are hosting a little party at Yamaha Square to watch the race. Should be free snacks & soft drinks (+ maybe a few ales). Starting from 4.30 PM I think.
Stay tuned.
 

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Davidfl wrote: MotoGP this weekend is Mugello.
Rossi is hoping for his 7th straight win there.
Yamaha want another 1-2-3.
So Charoen Motor Yamaha in Chiang Mai are hosting a little party at Yamaha Square to watch the race. Should be free snacks & soft drinks (+ maybe a few ales). Starting from 4.30 PM I think.
Stay tuned.
MotoGP tomorrow 1st June. Mugello Italy.
5PM Yamaha Square. Big screen. Free food & soft drinks (+maybe some light alcoholic refreshments). Plus a "talk show' on MotoGP, Jonadda stars for the GT riders. Everyone welcome. Please come, should be a hoot. Thanks in advance to Tum from Charoen Motor Yamaha for organising.
 

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MotoGP tomorrow 8th June. Catalunya Spain.
Racing starts 4PM.
Free snacks & "limited" beer sponsored by Charoen Motor Yamaha, 5PM Daytona Bar, JJ Hobby Market Khamtieng.
 

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Wow what a race, they have definetly did something with Rossi's Yamaha. last year Stoner with his Ducatti, just overpowered him They are evenly matched this year, exciting stuff.
 

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Davidfl wrote: MotoGP tomorrow 22nd June. Donnington Park. "Great" Britain.
See you at the UN Irish Pub on Ratchawithi Rd.
Starting 4PM?
Shyte a wet race!
Bridgestone riders 1-2-3 for the start. Stoner, Rossi, Vermeulen.
Should be a good one alright.
 

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SilverhawkUSA wrote: [quote quote=Davidfl]MotoGP tomorrow 22nd June. Donnington Park. "Great" Britain.
See you at the UN Irish Pub on Ratchawithi Rd.
Starting 4PM?
My UBC listing shows it starting on ESPN at 17:57

Formula 1 on Star Sports @ 18:45

Below Donnington times of races today.........
Just add 6 hours for Thai Time

Sunday 22 June

125cc & 250cc races
1145-1415,

Race live
1415-1600,

MotoGP Extra
1600-1630,

:?:
 

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Well lads, the next one (13 July - Germany - Sachsenring) is still a few days away, but can you believe this.....
Sete's back??

MotoGP » Gibernau 'very fast', but will he race?
Friday, 4th July 2008
Sete Gibernau concludes second 'comeback' test for Ducati by setting very impressive lap times at Mugello, but what happens now?


Go to
http://www.crash.net/motorsport/motogp/ ... _race.html
for more info 'n gossip.

The Dr will be fired up for sure to ensure that he never wins another race whilst the Dr is still riding!!
 

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Race July 20 th

The UBS Schedule shows it on Saturday ar 0030 it also how it 0000 on the 20th. Anyone got a clue when it is going to air?

It usually shows on homecable on the next day anyone know what time that will be?
 

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Anyone can recommend a good place to watch Laguna Seca live in Chiang Mai, 20th July?
On my way, coming from Nan, should reach Chiang Mai tomorrow... Can't miss the race , the championship is getting really interesting now!
Thanks
 

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Ok T.J. leave that nurse alone and give us the times :lol:

Just thinking of you Bud :wink:
 

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pee wrote: Anyone can recommend a good place to watch Laguna Seca live in Chiang Mai, 20th July?
On my way, coming from Nan, should reach Chiang Mai tomorrow... Can't miss the race , the championship is getting really interesting now!
Thanks
Jonadda guesthouse has WETV which should have it live. If you're up when it's on it should be entertaining as John(adda) should be coming home from a night on the town about then.
Pee I'm in Chiang Khong right now, Mae Sai tomorrow & Cnx Monday most likely.