MotoGP Czech Republic Grand Prix – how to watch, start time & more – MotoGP

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Following Johann Zarco’s stunning pole position for the Czech Republic Grand Prix, the entire MotoGP grid has been shaken up. Here’s how and when you can watch the race.

Zarco, competing on a year-old Ducati, shocked the paddock to charge to pole position at Brno beating the Petronas SRT Yamaha duo of Fabio Quartararo and Franco Morbidelli who had topped the practice sessions coming into this weekend.

Meanwhile, qualifying turned into a nightmare for factory Ducati’s Andrea Dovizioso as he endured his worst qualifying performance of his MotoGP career down in 18th place, while Pramac Ducati’s Jack Miller fared little better on the GP20 in 14th place.

At the sharp end, Zarco’s ex-KTM team-mate Pol Espargaro was left “pissed off” when he was denied second place in qualifying after losing a laptime due to a yellow flag in Q2. The Spanish rider has confirmed he will appeal the decision in

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MotoGP Czech Republic Grand Prix qualifying – Start time, how to watch & more – MotoGP

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With MotoGP roaring back into action after a short breather, Brno hosts the Czech Grand Prix which is round three of the reshuffled 2020 season. Here’s how to watch qualifying.

Reigning world champion Marc Marquez remains out of action following further surgery to fix the plate in his broken right arm, with the plate becoming damaged after he tried “to open a window” at home.

Stefan Bradl has stepped in as replacement for the injured Spaniard and brought up the rear in FP1, 1.8s off pace-setting Honda stablemate Takaaki Nakagami on the LCR machine.

But it was MotoGP championship leader Fabio Quartararo who charged to the top of the combined timesheets late on during Friday afternoon’s FP2 session to beat Petronas SRT Yamaha team-mate Franco Morbidelli by just 0.007 seconds.

Miguel Oliveira impressed on his Tech3 KTM in take third place, ahead of Johann Zarco on the Avintia Ducati, as

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F1 70th Anniversary GP qualifying – Start time, how to watch & more – F1

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Formula 1 stays at Silverstone for the middle part of the latest triple-header with the 70th Anniversary Grand Prix. Here’s how to watch qualifying.

Lewis Hamilton led a Mercedes 1-2 at the end of Friday practice after team-mate Valtteri Bottas, fresh from confirming his new deal at the F1 world champion for 2021, topped FP1.

While Mercedes dominated the timesheets once again at Silverstone, after Hamilton won a dramatic British GP last weekend crossing the finish line on three wheels, there was plenty of drama off track revolving around Racing Point.

On Friday morning, Sergio Perez was ruled out of this weekend’s F1 race due to a positive COVID-19 test meaning stand-in replacement Nico Hulkenberg continues to drive for the team alongside Lance Stroll.

After that, the long-awaited FIA decision on Racing Point’s copying hearing was released; with the Silverstone-based team given a 15-point deduction to its F1 world constructors’

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Formula 1 Austrian Grand Prix Today – how to watch, start time & more – F1

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After a long coronavirus-induced break, Formula 1 finally returns to action with the Austrian Grand Prix on 5 July. Here’s how and when you can watch the race.

From a heavily reshaped race calendar to a rules overhaul, F1 returns to action at the Red Bull Ring for the Austrian Grand Prix held without fans and with extensive COVID-19 protocols in place.

As F1 has seen the likes of NASCAR and IndyCar restart in the United States, plus major football leagues across Europe, the first international championship is gearing up for its own restart project.

The Austrian GP begins an initial run of eight races across 10 weeks, with both the Red Bull Ring and Silverstone, hosting two races in an effort to bolster the F1 race calendar amid the series of cancellations and ongoing postponements.

The action starts this weekend, albeit behind closed doors, as F1 adapts to its

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F1 Hungarian Grand Prix qualifying: Start time, how to watch & more – F1

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Fresh from the Red Bull Ring double-header that started the reshaped 2020 Formula 1 season, here’s how to watch qualifying for the Hungarian Grand Prix this weekend.

After the dramatic pair of races in Spielberg, F1 moves on to Budapest this weekend to complete the first mini-leg of the season with a third race in as many weeks.

Mercedes remains hot favourite to claim pole position at the Hungaroring, after Valtteri Bottas and Lewis Hamilton took a pole position apiece in the Austrian races.

Mercedes dominated the first practice session at the Hungarian circuit in the dry, with Hamilton ahead of Bottas, before a rain-hit FP2 curtailed running. Sebastian Vettel topped the afternoon session for Ferrari ahead of Bottas while Hamilton did not produce a timed lap.

In both Austrian races Red Bull was Mercedes’ closest rival, with Max Verstappen losing out to Bottas late on in the second race,

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Watch Mina Starsiak Hawk’s Son Jack Take His First Bike Ride in This Adorable Clip

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Mina Starsiak Hawk’s son Jack is growing up before our eyes. Earlier this season of HGTV’s Good Bones, we witnessed the one-year-old crawl for the first time in this adorable clip. Now, Starsiak Hawk, along with her mother Karen Laine, take Jack on his first bike ride ever—which coincidentally fits perfectly with this episode’s renovation.

Donning a tiny green helmet, and strapped inside a mini trailer attached to Starsiak Hawk’s bike, Jack cruises around the North Square neighborhood in Indianapolis as his mother pedals. Grandma Laine rides alongside her daughter and grandson. Along the way, Jack even manages to up a souvenir: a stick (kids, amiright?). This easy-going ride preps the mother-and-daughter duo for their next project, which does involve bikes, but a different sort of two-wheeler.

The ladies head to Talbott Street in the Old Southside neighborhood to renovate a former biker bar. Their mission: transform this

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Witch on a Bicycle | I’m building a car from scratch with zero budget, watch me go insane

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Things were bought, (way too much) money was spent. Legs were worn out, and my butt hurts from way too much sitting on deliberately uncomfortable benches. Not joking on that, DART was forced to buy benches that are only comfortable for the short duration so as to discourage homeless people from sleeping on them.

Now for what I bought, I had a coupon for kitchen shears for only $0.39 so I had to get a pair because our current set has gone walkabout. They work OK and did a decent job at cutting the clamshell packaging on the rest of my purchases.

I also had a coupon for a battery charger for $4, but that was a not-so-good purchase. There is a circuit that detects if there is voltage present before sending current to the terminals to prevent overloading the trickle charger, which basically turns it off if you aren’t

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