Buongiorno Mugello!

The dust has barely settled from Catalunya when the next highlight of the season awaits the LIQUI MOLY Husqvarna Intact GP team led by Collin Veijer and Tatsuki Suzuki at the Italian Grand Prix in Mugello, who are already looking forward to the Italian racing festival. Meanwhile, Senna Agius is hoping to quickly familiarise himself with the new, unknown track after his success in Barcelona. Darryn Binder, on the other hand, will be working on the next steps towards the top 10.

Mugello is the epitome of speed, passionate fans and picturesque landscapes. Nestled in the hills of Tuscany, the 5.25 km long Autodromo Internazionale del Mugello is one of the most demanding circuits for riders and machines, especially thanks to its hairpin bends, flowing sections and long straights, but it has also provided some of the best races in the history of the sport. 

In Moto3, the LIQUI MOLY Husqvarna Intact GP Team celebrated a podium success in 2023 thanks to Ayumu Sasaki's third place, something that Collin Veijer will also be striving for after narrowly missing out on a top 3 result in Barcelona. But not only the youngster is hungry for success. Tatsuki Suzuki also wants to get back into the top 10, especially in qualifying, in order to be able to fully attack in the 17-lap race on Sunday at 11:00 (CEST) and stay in the leading group.

A few days after Senna Agius' personal best result in the World Championship, the journey will take him to a new, unfamiliar track. The Moto2 rookie will continue his work on the Kalex with care and study the nine right-handers and six left-hand-corners thoroughly before aiming for points for the seventh time this season on Sunday. Darryn Binder continued his upward trend in the Grand Prix of Catalunya. The South African is working hard to gain a better grid position for the 19-lap spectacle with targeted time attacks.

All sessions as well as the Moto3 (11:00 CEST) and Moto2 (12:15 CEST) races will be broadcast live on Sky Germany. 

Schedule (according to CEST)

Friday, 30th of May
08:30-08:45 MotoE Practice 1
09:00-09:35 Moto3 free practice
09:50-10:30 Moto2 Free Practice
10:45-11:30 MotoGP Free Practice 1

12:35-12:50 MotoE Practice 2
13:15-13:50 Moto3 Practice 1
14:05-14:45 Moto2 Practice 1
15:00-16:00 MotoGP Practice
17:00-17:10 MotoE Qualifying 1
17:10-17:30 MotoE Qualifying 2

Saturday, 1st of June
08:40-09:10 Moto3 Practice 2
09:25-09:55 Moto2 Practice 2
10:10-10:40 MotoGP Free Practice 2
10:50-11:05 MotoGP Q1
11:15-11:30 MotoGP Q2
12:15 MotoE Race 1 (7 laps)

12:50-13:05 Moto3 Q1
13:15-13:30 Moto3 Q2
13:45-14:00 Moto2 Q1
14:10-14:25 Moto2 Q2
15:00 MotoGP Sprint (11 laps)
16:10 MotoE Race 2 (7 laps)

Sunday, 2nd of June
09:40 - 09:50 MotoGP Warm-up
11:00 Moto3 race (17 laps)
12:15 Moto2 race (19 laps)
14:00 MotoGP race (23 laps)