After the globe trotting of the opening three rounds the MotoGP campaign is coming to Europe, with Spain the first stop as the racing returns to our screens!
Our coverage of the fourth race of the season from Circuito de Jerez starts on BT Sport 2 this Friday, May 5, with the opening day starting at 7.45am.
You will also be able to live stream every session from southern Spain via the BT Sport app and BTSport.com with the enhanced video player bringing you closer to the action than ever before on the digital platforms.
Subscribers will also be able to ride on-board with last season’s Rookie of the Year, Johann Zarco, in 360° on the BT Sport app.
And if you can't watch the action live, our spoiler-free page will be showing the races - without giving the results away - as soon as possible after their conclusion.
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Spain GP: Preview
Just eight points separate the top five riders in the Championship standings as MotoGP arrives in Europe this weekend.
The Circuito de Jerez is one of the standout tracks on the calendar and always provides drama – particularly the final ‘Jorge Lorenzo’ corner.
With three different winners and eight riders on the podium so far this season, the stage is set for yet another classic Spanish Grand Prix on Sunday.
After securing his sixth straight Americas GP victory last time out, Marc Marquez arrives in his homeland just one point behind Championship rival Andrea Dovizioso.
At Jerez however, the World Champion does not boast the sort of imperious record that he does in Austin. Marquez has spoken out about finding this one of the tougher tracks on the calendar and has won just once here, back in 2014.
So could this be the time for early leader ‘DesmoDovi’ to take control of the Championship?
The Ducati rider came fifth here last year but is in a significantly stronger position in the standings this time around and will want to maintain his consistency to secure another good points haul.
Last year’s winner Dani Pedrosa showed his determination to fight for the title in Texas, battling through the pain barrier to finish seventh and stay in touch even this early on in the year. Fitness dependent, he could be one to watch this weekend on a track he enjoys.
Likewise Valentino Rossi won here in 2016 and last year aside – when they suffered issues with grip – Yamaha have been successful in southern Spain and both the Italian and team-mate Maverick Vinales will be quietly confidence this time around.
Finally, it would be unfair to leave out Cal Crutchlow and Johann Zarco – who has announced he will be joining KTM next season – who have both been taking the fight to the factory riders so far this year and there’s nothing to suggest they won’t again.
Friday 5 May - BT Sport 2
Opening Day: 7.45am - 3.15pm
Saturday 6 May - BT Sport 2
Free Practice: 7.45am - 11am
Qualifying: 11am - 3.15pm
Sunday 7 May - BT Sport 2
Warm ups: 7.30am - 9.15am
Moto3 race: 9.15am
Moto2 race: 11am
MotoGP race: 12.30pm
Chequered Flag: 2pm
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Can’t watch the race live?
No problem. We’ll be showing free highlights of all three races on the BT Sport app and on BTSport.com shortly after the chequered flag or you can re-watch the races in full via the enhanced video player.
There will also be several opportunities to catch a re-run either on TV or online – consult our TV Guide for more information on broadcast times.
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