2022 Indonesian MotoGP – Start time, how to watch & more – Motorsport.com

Reigning champion Fabio Quartararo starts on pole position on the Yamaha, with Pramac duo Jorge Martin and Johann Zarco joining him on the front row of the grid.
KTM rider Brad Binder leads the second row of the grid ahead of Qatar GP winner Enea Bastianini, with Francesco Bagnaia sixth on the factory Ducati.
Marc Marquez has been ruled out of the race after suffering a concussion in a crash during warm-up.
UPDATE: The Indonesia MotoGP race will now begin at 4:15pm local time / 8:15am GMT after a long delay caused by torrential rain.
The revised race distance is 20 laps.
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