Orari TV SBK Portimao 2023 su Sky e TV8


SBK o TV Schedule Round Portugal – There are only two rounds left in the season, and the penultimate one will take place this weekend in Portimao. The battle for the championship between Alvaro Bautista and Toprak Razgatlioglu is more open than ever, but Jonathan Rea, Michael Rinaldi, and Andrea Locatelli should not be underestimated.

The duel moves to Portimao
With two rounds left, the fight for the Superbike title has reopened, with Alvaro Bautista now having a 47-point advantage over Toprak Razgatlioglu. The Yamaha rider has gained important points, benefiting from the mistake made by the Spaniard in Aragon. Now it’s time to focus on the Portuguese race, which awaits them this weekend. Portimao will host the penultimate GP where the Spaniard and the Turk will compete, but they will also have other opponents. Firstly, the six-time champion Jonathan Rea, bidding farewell with Kawasaki, but also Andrea Locatelli and Michael Rinaldi, who returned to victory in Aragon. The challenge will be fierce, and perhaps Danilo Petrucci, with the desire for redemption after the breakdown of his Ducati, can join them. Here are the TV schedules to follow all the tests:
Sky programming live and TV8

Friday, September 29th

11:30-12:15 – FP1 SBK

12:25-13:10 – FP1 SSP

16:00-16:45 – FP2 SBK

17:00-17:45 – FP2 SBK

Saturday, September 30th

11:25-11:45 – Superpole SSP

12:10-12:25 – Superpole SBK

15:00 – Race 1 SBK – live on TV8

16:15 – Race 1 SSP

Sunday, October 1st

12:00 – Superpole Race SBK – delayed on TV8 at 14:00

13:30 – Race 2 SSP

15:00 – Race 2 SBK – live on TV8

The Riminese rider watches the Bagnaia-Martin duel from a 44-point distance, while Marquez and Honda experience a season finale with their relationship in question. The Japanese team still hopes to keep Marc, who has not announced anything yet.

MotoGP news – Francesco Bagnaia ended the Indian GP with a heavy zero, and after the disappointment subsided, he explained what happened: “We couldn’t find the right setup this weekend, and I was struggling a lot.”

MotoGP news – At the Buddh International Circuit, Aleix Esparagrò was having a good race until he had to retire due to a breakdown of his Aprilia. Maverick Vinales kept the Noale brand flag high, finishing eighth after a great comeback.

SBK Orari TV Portimao 2023 su Sky e TV8