Valentino Rossi remains a legend at his home race but two fellow Italians, Enea Bastianini and Pecco Bagnaia, could steal the show on Sunday.

Bastianini in Le Mans and Bangaia in Jerez are MotoGP’s two most recent race winners proving that there to life to Italian motorcycle racing post-Rossi.

The icon of the sport will be present at Mugello for a special ceremony to officially retire his #46 this weekend.

Elsewhere Fabio Quartararo will aim to return to winning ways amid talk that his future will still be with Yamaha.

Suzuki’s two riders, Joan Mir and Alex Rins, will be under the microscope after the team’s shock announcement that they plan to exit MotoGP.

This is the full weekend MotoGP Grand Prix of Italy schedule in UK time

Friday May 27

8.55am-9.40am - Free Practice 1

1.10pm-1.55pm - Free Practice 2


Saturday May 28

8.55am-9.40am - Free Practice 3

12.30pm-1pm - Free Practice 4

1.10pm-1.25pm - Qualifying 1

1.35pm-1.50pm - Qualifying 2


Sunday May 29

8.40am-9am - Warm-up

1pm - Race

You can watch every lap via BT Sport in the UK.

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