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The MotoGP season heads to Spain this weekend and BT Sport is the only place to watch the Catalunya Grand Prix in Barcelona.

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Moto GP returns to Spain this weekend with the 2017 title race becoming more difficult to call by the week.

Championship leader Maverick Vinales arrives on home soil with a 26 point lead at the top, but will be aware there is no room for complacency with Andrea Dovizioso and Valentino Rossi close on his tail.

Dovizioso in particular is in high spirits ahead of Barcelona having won his home Grand Prix in Italy last time out.

The 31-year-old put together a composed ride on his vastly improved Ducati to finish ahead of Vinales and Danilo Petrucci, and become the fourth different winner this season in just six races.

Rossi, who finished fourth at Mugello, is now 30 points off the lead but will have been happy with his ride given he was struggling with injury after an accident riding in motocross.

The veteran has won six times in Moto GP at Catalunya, including a heroic ride last season, and will be confident of again being in the mix this weekend.

Another rider who could do with some points is Marc Márquez. The reigning world champion has struggled this time around and is fourth in the standings, 37 points behind Vinales, going into the weekend.

The 24-year-old endured a difficult weekend in Mugello, finishing in sixth position, and will look for far greater consistency from his Yamaha this week.


1. Maverick Vinales (Spain) Yamaha 105
2. Andrea Dovizioso (Italy) Ducati 79
3. Valentino Rossi (Italy) Yamaha 75
4. Marc Marquez (Spain) Honda 68
5. Dani Pedrosa (Spain) Honda 68
6. Johann Zarco (France) Yamaha 64
7. Jorge Lorenzo (Spain) Ducati 46
8. Danilo Petrucci (Italy) Ducati 42
9. Jonas Folger (Germany) Yamaha 41
10. Cal Crutchlow (Britain) Honda 40



8am-8.40am – Moto3 FP1 (BT Sport 2)

8.55am-9.40am – MotoGP FP1 (BT Sport 2)

9.55am-10.40am – Moto2 FP1 (BT Sport 2)

12.10pm-12.50pm – Moto3 FP2 (BT Sport 2)

1.05pm-1.50pm – MotoGP FP2 (BT Sport 2)

2.05pm-2.50pm – Moto2 FP2 (BT Sport 2)



8am-8.40am – Moto3 FP3 (BT Sport 2)

8.55am-9.40am – MotoGP FP3 (BT Sport 2)

9.55am-10.40am – Moto2 FP3 (BT Sport 2)

11.35am-12.15pm – Moto3 Qualifying (BT Sport 2)

12.30pm-1pm – MotoGP FP4 (BT Sport 2)

1.10pm-1.25pm – MotoGP Qualifying 1 (BT Sport 2)

1.35pm-1.50pm – MotoGP Qualifying 2 (BT Sport 2)

2.05pm-2.50pm – Moto2 Qualifying (BT Sport 2)



7.30am-9.30am – Warm-ups (BT Sport 2)

9.30am-11.15am – Moto3 Race (BT Sport 2)

11.15am-12.45pm – Moto2 Race (BT Sport 2)

12.45pm-2pm – MotoGP Race (BT Sport 2)

2pm-3pm – MotoGP Chequered Flag (BT Sport 2)



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