After the whirlwind of emotions experienced in the hat-trick staged in Barcelona, Jerez and Portimao la Superbike back on track at the weekend in El Villicum in Argentina. Toprak Razgatlioglu and Jonathan Rea arrive at eleven wins each in 2021, with the Yamaha rider having 24 points ahead of the super Kawasaki champion. The Northern Irishman has already achieved three wins in Argentina in the past, but Razgatlioglu also boasts excellent results in El Villicum. The Turkish rider in 2018 reached the podium with the Puccetti team’s Kawasaki (the second in his career after the one obtained at Donington) and then dropped a trio of third places twelve months later.
“I will not think about the World Cup, but about winning“, the words of Razgatlioglu, while Rea from his experience underlined that he can only think of the world championship standings, whether it is to be forced to attack, or to bring home important points in a particular situation. Scales as always Scott Redding, ready to make his debut on a track he has never raced on. Below are the timetables on Sky Sport MotoGP And TV8, which will broadcast both Race-1 and Race-2 live. The Superpole Race, on the other hand, will be broadcast on a deferred basis. Obviously the times are not the canonical ones due to the time zone, in fact there are five hours of difference between Italy and Argentina.
Friday 15 October
15:25 PL1 (live on Sky Sport MotoGP)
19:55 PL2 (live on Sky Sport MotoGP)
Saturday 16 October
17:00 Superpole (live on Sky Sport MotoGP)
20:00 Race-1 (live on Sky Sport MotoGP and TV8)
Sunday 17 October
17:00 Superpole Race (live on Sky Sport MotoGP, delayed on TV8 at 19:00)
20:00 Race-2 (live on Sky Sport MotoGP and TV8)