Ready for the “hottest” Round of the year!

Ready for the “hottest” Round of the year!

Go Eleven Team and the entire Superbike World Championship are hosted by the warm and welcoming Thailand for the second seasonal race!
Land of the smile, home of wonderful natural beaches and uncontaminated territories; on the border with Cambodia, in the region of Buriram, stands the modern complex of the Chang International Circuit.
4554 meters, 12 curves of which 7 to the right and 5 to the left, immersed in the sweltering equatorial climate.
As now happens every time in this fantastic place the public of great occasions is expected. In the paddock, on the two main grandstands, you will breathe a unique air, of great joy and happiness for an event, the Superbike World Championship, for long-time awaited in the region; the atmosphere will be truly unique. Drums, banners, songs will animate the almost 90,000 spectators present every year on the circuit!

Go Eleven is preparing for Round 2 bringing innovative technical solutions, continuing the development of the Borgo Panigale jewel, with the aim of putting Eugene in the best possible conditions and at ease on our Ducati V4-R. The aggressive breaking and the accelerations they project on the two long straights will be the focal points of this track, points in which, however, the new Ducati seems to be quite competitive.
Highly influential variable on this circuit, however, will be the high temperature, we expect three days constantly over 40 degrees!
Engines and tyres will be stressed from the first lap, the riders will have to be able to better manage the race so as not to be in great difficulty just a few steps from the end.

How will our Red react to the first confrontation on this track?
Will Alvaro Bautista really be Jonathan Rea’s first opponent or will other teams be back in the game?
Where to find the answer? Just stay connected … here are all the times for the Thai round:

Friday 15-03-2019:
4.30-5.20 am, Superbike, Free practice 1 SKY Sport MGP/HD
5.30-6.15 am, Supersport, Free practice 1 SKY Sport MGP/HD
9.00-9.50 am, Superbike, Free practice 2 SKY Sport MGP / HD
10.00-10.45 am, Supersport, Free practice 2 SKY Sport MGP / HD

Saturday 16-03-2019:
5.00-5.20 am, Superbike, Free practice 3 SKY Sport MGP / HD
5.35-5.55 am, Supersport, Free practice 3 SKY Sport MGP / HD
7.00-7.25 am, Superbike, Superpole, SKY Sport MGP / HD and Eurosport 2 / HD, live
7.40-8.05 am, Supersport, Superpole, SKY Sport MGP / HD, direct
10.00 am, Superbike, Race 1, TV8 / HD, SKY Sport MGP / HD and Eurosport 2 / HD, live

Sunday 17.03.2019:
4.00-4.15 am, Superbike, Warm up SKY Sport MGP / HD
4.25-4.40 hours, Supersport, Warm up SKY Sport MGP / HD
7.00 am, Superbike, Superpole Race, SKY Sport MGP / HD and Eurosport 2 / HD, live
8.15 am, Supersport, Race, SKY Sport MGP / HD and Eurosport 2 / HD, live
9.00 am, Superbike, Superpole Race, TV8 / HD, replica 10.00 am, Superbike, Race 2, TV8 / HD, SKY Sport MGP / HD and Eurosport 2 / HD, live

All times refer to the Italian time, for live hours the time refers to the green light, for replicas instead to the beginning of the transmission.

TV8 (channel 8 of DTT and Tivù Sat)
TV8 / HD (SKY channel 121)
SKY Sport MGP / HD (channel 208 of SKY)
SKY Sport Uno / HD (SKY channel 201 and DTT channels 372 and 382)
Eurosport 1 / HD (channel 210 of SKY)
Eurosport 2 / HD (SKY channel 211)

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