MotoGP Assen 2024: TV, information and schedules

We are approaching the halfway point of the season and the early break for the MotoGP World Championship. The Dutch GP, which will logically take place at the Assen circuit, will be the penultimate round before the summer break. In fact, this weekend sees the start of a “double” that will take the riders to Sachsenring next weekend, but we will deal with that in a few days.

The point is that the championship arrives very hot after the Italian GP almost a month ago. Bagnaia’s excellent performance and Martín’s fall on Saturday have tightened the overall standings. Jorge continues to lead, but with 18 points over Bagnaia and 35 over Márquez. The three drivers stand out from the rest in the general classification, but because they have asserted their consistency and not because the rest are not competitive.

As if all this were not enough, the yard must be a bit mixed between the three of them because Marc has kept the motorcycle that Martín aspired to have and he will go to lead the Aprilia project. Bastianini has also been left without a place and will move to KTM to Tech3, occupying the gap that Acosta, who is fifth overall, leaves free by moving to the official team. And all this with Viñales, sixth, leaving Aprilia to be Enea’s teammate. In short, and taking into account that drivers are drivers, this game of chair has surely left many wanting to mark territory for the remainder of the season and, especially, at the first opportunity they will have.

And that’s a positive for us because if the 2024 MotoGP season is being one of the most spectacular in recent times, and the TT Assen always gives us heart-stopping races, the combination of the Dutch track and what we’re seeing this year is going to have us jumping off the couch on Saturday and Sunday.

It is clear that the scenario is favorable and the main protagonists must also be added to Espargaró, Binder, Bezzecchi, Fernández, Di Giannantonio, Morbidelli and even the Yamaha riders Quartararo and Rins. So we have the “perfect storm” for a spectacular weekend in which, by the way, for now the weather forecast does not threaten rain. Can you ask for more?

Where to watch MotoGP Assen 2024

After the Battle of Italy comes the Battle of the Netherlands

For another weekend, DAZN and Movistar+, which broadcasts the DAZN signal, will be the only means of enjoying everything that happens on the circuit in the province of Drenthe. There are also interviews, press conferences and pre- and post-race programmes offered by the digital platform.

Option B is, as always, the one provided by MotoGP through its VideoPass, which is now 25% cheaper. Thanks to it you will be able to see press conferences and all the action on the track but narrated in English and you will have access to all the multimedia content available. Furthermore, for less than 10 extra euros you can enjoy Live Timing.

MotoGP Assen 2024 Schedule

One more weekend without any surprises or changes in terms of schedules. The Dutch GP will be held at the times we are used to in European Grand Prix both in terms of training and racing.

Bagnaia and Martin continue to fight for every millimeter

Friday, June 28

09:00-09:35 – Moto3™ – Free Practice
09:50-10:30 – Moto2™ – Free Practice
10:45-11:30 – MotoGP™ – Free Practice Nr. 1
13:15-13:50 – Moto3™ – Practice Nr. 1
14:05-14:45 – Moto2™ – Practice Nr. 1
15:00-16:00 – MotoGP™ – Practice

Saturday June 29

08:40-09:10 – Moto3™ – Practice Nr. 2
09:25-09:55 – Moto2™ – Practice Nr. 2
10:10-10:40 – MotoGP™ – Free Practice Nr. 2
10:50-11:05 – MotoGP™ – Qualifying Nr. 1
11:15-11:30 – MotoGP™ – Qualifying Nr. 2
12:50-13:05 – Moto3™ – Qualifying Nr. 1
13:15-13:30 – Moto3™ – Qualifying Nr. 2
13:45-14:00 – Moto2™ – Qualifying Nr. 1
14:10-14:25 – Moto2™ – Qualifying Nr. 2
15:00 – MotoGP™ – 12 laps – Sprint

Sunday June 30

09:40-09:50 – MotoGP™ – Warm Up
11:00 – Moto3™ – 18 laps – Race
12:15 – Moto2™ – 21 laps – Race
14:00 – MotoGP™ – 24 laps – Race

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