Moto GP and all you need to know (Part 2)

MotoGP TM-The ultimate challenge for the best talent in motor racing, with a gross engine capacity of 1000cc (four-stroke engine) and a minimum driver age of 18.

Tournaments can be applied to the race calendar of the chosen events: the Red Bull MotoGP Rookies Cup, the Idemitsu Asia Talent Cup and the British Talent Cup – programs intended to find champions future MotoGP TM stars from all over the world. 

The Grand Prix is a three-day series, with the first two events to test, train and display abilities in each mode. MotoGP TM riders need to qualify for a spot in the top ten qualifying sessions by getting a more competitive time in the first 3 non-scoring loops. The second division qualifying followed suit with the lower-performing riders on Saturday, but the two leading teams were nevertheless encouraged to hit the top qualifying shortly afterwards. The Moto2 TM and Moto3 TM qualifying sessions are held in one session. 

The third day is the day of the run

Explanation of the ranking rounds of MotoGP TM: 

There are three 45-minute Free-Practice Training Sessions, planned for Friday morning and afternoon and Saturday morning. Time won during these sessions will be counted against the Qualification Round with the cumulative results deciding whether the driver will compete in Q1 or Q2. 

Q1 involves riders with a time of 11 or less and a 15-minute workout. During this stage, the riders will be encouraged to qualify for Q2, with which the fastest two of the Q1s will be eligible to participate. This would result in 12 riders racing in the last 15 minutes of Q2, to decide the order starting from the front. Riders who are not in the two fastest positions in Q1 will take the 13th starting spot and lower due to their position in Q1.