MotoGP Race TV Schedule
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MotoGP Race TV Schedule

Andrea DOVIZIOSO has won the 2017 Barcelona MotoGP grand prix ahead of local hero Marc MARQUEZ who finished runnersup. Another couple of spanish riders Dani Pedrosa and Jorge Lorenzo finished 3rd and 4th respectively. Next grand prix will be in Holland in couple of weeks time at the famous Motul TT Assen circuit. The coverage begins on Friday, 23 June 2017 followed by Saturday, 24th June qualifying and the big race day on Sunday, 25th June 2017. BT Sports will continue their dedicated MotoGP coverage.

Dutch MotoGP 2017 coverage starts at around 08:00 uk time with first practice sessions and beINSports will broadcast live in USA while BTSports will have live coverage in the UK

The 2017 season has produced some surprising results but one this is so evident that Movistar Yamaha team is the one to beat this season. Maverick Vinales won the opening two races while Valentino Rossi has consistently finished second on the podium allowing him to top the charts after four races in the season. This weekend’s Spanish MotoGP coverage begins on friday and below are the official timings of every session from Friday to Sunday, 11 June 2017.

uk time)

  • MotoGP – FP1 (08:55 uk time)
  • Moto2 – FP1 (09:55 uk time)
  • Moto3 – FP2 (12:30 uk time)
  • MotoGP – FP2 (13:10 uk time)
  • Moto2 – FP2 (14:05 uk time)
    1. Moto3 – FP3 (08:00 uk)
    2. MotoGP – FP3 (08:55 uk)
    3. Moto2 – FP3 (09:55 uk)
    4. Moto3 – Qualifying (11:35 uk)
    5. MotoGP – FP4 (12:30 uk)
    6. MotoGP – Qualifying 1 (13:10 uk)
    7. MotoGP – Qualifying 2 (13:35 uk)
    8. Moto2 – Qualifying
    1. Moto3 – Warm-up (07:50 uk)
    2. Moto2 – Warm-up (08:10 uk)
    3. MotoGP – Warm-up (08:55 uk)
    4. Moto3 – RACE (10:00 uk)
    5. Moto2 – RACE (11:20 uk)
    6. MotoGP – RACE (13:00 uk)

MotoGP Live streaming online[ All above schedule and time table is according to UK format. Spanish Grand Prix MotoGP race will start at around 14:00 local / 13:00 uk time ]

MotoGP 2017 Calendar & Results:
Below is the full official motoGP 2017 schedule which is set to start on 26th March with the first grand prix of the season in Qatar. Below is the entire motogp season schedule which has been confirmed. We will be updating the page after every grand prix with latest results.

MotoGP 2017 Calendar NO# GRAND PRIX WINNER DATE (2017) 1 Qatar (Losail) Maverick VIÑALES 26 March 2 Argentina (Termas De Rio) Maverick VIÑALES 09 April 3 United States (Circuit of The Americas) Marc Marquez 23 April 4 Spanish (Circuito de Jerez) Dani Perdrosa 07 May 5 French (LeMans) Maverick Vinales 21 May 6 Italian (Mugelli) 04 June 7 Spanish (Catalunya) 11 June 8 Dutch (TT Circuit Assen) 25 June 9 German (Sachsenring) 02 July 10 Czech Republic (Automotodrom Brno) 06 August 11 Austria (Spielberg) 13 August 12 British (Silverstone) 27 August 13 San Marino (Misano) 10 September 14 Spanish (MotorLand Aragon) 24 September 15 Japan (Twin Ring Motegi) 15 October 16 Australia (Philip Island) 22 October 17 Malaysia (Sepang International Circuit) 29 October 18 Spanish (Valencia) 12 November

Marquez became the youngest ever rider to win three premier class MotoGP world titles and it was his third at the tender age of just 23. Rossi and Lorenzo will be disappointed with failing to finish the race but regardless of their results, Marquez was immense this season as he showed maturity to ride through the difficult times and not always rush for win. Most podium finishes represent his change of attitude this season and it will be hard get the better of his next season as well.

Valentino Rossi was in the title race for most part in 2016 but Marc Marquez was in absolute superb form and managed to get the better of Rossi by 49 points in the end. This year we can expect another close season and with number of rider and team changes we might also have different winners of grand prixs just like last season where run of 8 different winners and 8 races was a new record.

On this page we will have live results and links of every grand prix throughout the 2017 season plus race highlights after every grand prix on Sunday. So you can bookmark this page and come visit on just before every session gets underway to get live links and updates.


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