It's the second day of MotoGP testing and BT Sport is bringing you three hours of live action from the track at Valencia.
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The pictures are being provided to MotoGP rights-holders around the world with commentary from Gavin Emmett: @gavinemmett and Greg Haines: @GregoryHainesGP.
BT Sport will be announcing its MotoGP presentation and commentary team in the future.
Monday saw Cal Crutchlow debut on the Ducati and he matched Sunday's race pace, coming sixth overall.
Scott Redding had his first ride with Gresini Honda after moving up from Moto2, finishing 11th.
Bradley Smith, who remains with Yamaha Tech 3, is expected to test on Tuesday as is newly-crowned world champion Marc Marquez and Dani Pedrosa on the Repsol Hondas.
Simon Green, head of BT Sport, said: “We believe that we can really develop the coverage of MotoGP over the next five years and help the sport to win new fans.
“We want to bring the viewers closer to the action and closer to the teams.
“Our aim is to offer even more insight into what goes on behind the scenes and our live coverage of testing is the first step in offering extra content and the very best comprehensive coverage of this thrilling sport.”
What is testing?
- Testing is a crucial part of preparing bikes and riders for races
- Teams gather performance data, try new tyres, different engine and control settings
- Riders familiarise themselves with new teams and procedures
- Valencia and Jerez in Spain are regular test tracks along with Sepang in Malaysia
- More about testing at motogp.com