The 2017 MotoGP season gets underway at the Losail International Circuit in Doha, Qatar this weekend (23-26 March).
Marc Marquez enters the 69th campaign of the Grand Prix motorcycle racing competition as defending champion, and is looking to take the chequered flag here for the first time since 2014.
All sessions will be shown live on BT Sport 2, while Channel 5 will have highlights on Monday evening from 7pm.
“We are thrilled to bring viewers the very best of MotoGP and add another headline act to our motor racing portfolio with the world’s fastest motorcycle racing Championship,” said Mark Sharman, Channel 5.
“It will be a mind-blowing season – one for the books. Complementing our live coverage of Formula E and the World Rally Championship highlights, this further demonstrates our commitment to offer top class sport to our viewers.”
Thursday 23 March 2017
3pm-7.45pm, BT Sport 2: FP1 & FP2
Live coverage of the first free practice sessions for each of the three classes and the second free practice sessions for the Moto2 and Moto3 classes.
Friday 24 March 2017
2.45pm-6.45pm, BT Sport 2: FP2 & FP3
Live coverage of the MotoGP second free practice session and the third free practice sessions in all three classes.
Saturday 25 March 2017
2.30pm-6.30pm, BT Sport 2: FP4 & Qualifying
Live coverage of the MotoGP fourth free practice session and all qualifying sessions for all three classes.
Moto3 QP: 3pm-3.40pm
Moto2 QP: 3.55pm-4.40pm
MotoGP FP4: 4.55pm-5.25pm
MotoGP Q1: 5.35pm-5.50pm
MotoGP Q2: 6pm-6.15pm
Sunday 26 March 2017
13.45pm-3.30pm, BT Sport Extra 2: Warm-ups – Live
3.30pm-5.15pm, BT Sport 2: Moto3 Race – Live
5.15pm-6.45pm, BT Sport 2: Moto2 Race – Live
6.45pm-8pm, BT Sport 2: MotoGP Race – Live
8pm-9pm, BT Sport 2: MotoGP Chequered Flag
Monday 27 March 2017
7pm-8pm, Channel 5: Highlights
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