MOTOGP heads to Spain for the fourth race of the season as Marc Marquez continues his bid for a sixth title in the premier class.
The Spaniard is targeting a third consecutive pole position, but has only managed to win one race so far, retiring last time out – and will be hoping to top the standings in his home country.
When is MotoGP Spain?
The race will take place on Sunday, May 5.
Lights will go out at 1pm UK time – that’s 2pm in Spain.
It will be held at the Circuito de Jerez – the first of four races to held in the Iberian nation this season.
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What TV channel is it on and can I live stream it?
This race in Andalusia will be shown live on BT Sport 2 with coverage underway from 12.30pm, straight after the Moto2 race.
BT Sport customers can live stream the race via the app on their mobile, tablet and computer.
If not, EE phone subscribers can also watch it by signing up to a three-month FREE trial – simply just text SPORT to 150 and follow the instructions.
What is the race schedule?
- Practice 1: Friday, May 3 – 8.55am
- Practice 2: Friday, May 3 – 1.10pm
- Practice 3: Saturday, May 4 – 8.55am
- Practice 4: Saturday, May 4 – 12.30pm
- Qualifying: Saturday, May 4 – 1.10pm
- Warm up: Sunday, May 5 – 8.40am
- Race: Sunday, May 5 – 1pm