Change in Race Start Times for MotoGP Australian GP
Series organiser Dorna has announced a modification to the race schedule for the MotoGP Australian GP. In light of the looming threat of rain and high winds on the final day of the weekend, the start times for all three classes have been brought forward by an hour.
The originally scheduled time for the MotoGP sprint race, 2pm local time, has now been adjusted to 1pm. This decision has been made to ensure optimal racing conditions and to mitigate any potential disruptions caused by the adverse weather conditions that are expected at Phillip Island.
The decision to alter the race start times aligns with the priority of ensuring the safety and well-being of the riders. By commencing the races an hour earlier, organizers hope to minimize the impact of the inclement weather on the race proceedings.
This modification not only affects MotoGP but also has implications for the other classes participating in the Australian GP. Both Moto2 and Moto3 races will also be rescheduled to start an hour earlier than originally planned.
Fans and spectators can now expect an exciting day of high-speed action at the Australian GP as the world’s top riders go head-to-head on the renowned Phillip Island circuit. With the revised schedule in place, it is anticipated that there will be more intense battles and strategic maneuvers on display during the races.
It is worth noting that Dorna continues to closely monitor the weather conditions to ensure the safety of all participants. Any further updates or changes to the schedule will be communicated promptly to all stakeholders involved.
In conclusion, the MotoGP Australian GP promises to be a thrilling and action-packed event. The shift in race start times demonstrates the agility and proactive approach of series organiser Dorna in responding to changing circumstances to deliver the best possible racing experience for fans and participants alike.
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