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MotoGP: Live stream the Spanish Grand Prix online or watch on TV with BT Sport

In-depth preview and everything you need to know about how to watch MotoGP's return to Europe on BT Sport 2 on TV, or live stream the action on BTSport.com or the BT Sport app.

MotoGP is finally back in Europe this weekend, with the fourth race of an already pulsating season coming from Jerez and as ever you can see all of the Spanish Grand Prix action exclusively live on BT Sport.

Watch the MotoGP 2017 season exclusively on BT Sport

We will ensure you do not miss a single second with every Moto3, Moto2 and MotoGP free practice and qualifying session - alongside all three races on Sunday - live on BT Sport 2.

As well as tuning in on TV, you can live stream the whole 2017 season right here on BTSport.com or via the award-winning BT Sport App and if you're not yet a subscriber we can get you set up in just 15 minutes!

If you can't watch the action live, make sure you bookmark our new spoiler-free page, where all the races will be made available - without giving the results away - as soon as possible after their conclusion.

Valentino Rossi may well be heading into enemy territory this weekend, with the Italian traveling to Jerez with a host of Spanish riders in contention for the win - but that won't bother the championship leader in the slightest.

The Yamaha man admitted his surprise to be topping the standings after the opening three races of the season, but having won here last year, he will undoubtedly be confident of extending his lead.

The race at the Circuito de Jerez this Sunday marks 30 years since the first GP at the 'Cathedral' of Spanish speed and no man has won here more often than Rossi - who has seven MotoGP victories to his name and nine across all classes.

Of the many Spaniards looking to wow the home crowd, Rossi's team-mate Maverick Vinales will be aiming to make amends and get back on the podium after crashing out in Texas.

The 22-year-old had been in imperious form before his early crash at turn 18 in Austin and having made his first in-race error for more than a year, the reaction of the rising star will be something to look out for in Jerez.

Vinales was tipped to battle with Marc Marquez for victory in Texas, and in the absence of the former Suzuki rider, the World Champion returned to winning ways on the Circuit of the Americas.

Marquez can also boast a strong record in the premier class in Jerez, having finished on the podium in all four of his races and winning back in 2014, so will be confident of securing back-to-back victories.

The rider Marquez spent most of the race battling was team-mate Dani Pedrosa who, after a lightning start, eventually had to settle for a third place finish but showed signs of finding his form coming into the European races.

Pedrosa is also a past master at this circuit so will be one to watch, along with another former winner in the shape of Jorge Lorenzo, with the latter beginning to find his feet at Ducati.

Having tested on his new bike in Andalusia, Lorenzo may be at his most comfortable so far and the three-time world champion would love to celebrate turning 30 on Thursday with some more championship points.

Franco Morbidelli is the paddock’s in-form rider, with the Italian winning all three Moto2 races so far this season and looking almost unstoppable in current form.

The Estrella Galicia man has finished P4 and P6 respectively in the last two seasons in Jerez and again looks like the man to beat for the rest of the grid.

Thomas Luthi, who is 19 points behind, is Morbidelli’s closest rival in the world standings and with three previous podium finishes in Andalusia will surely be a contender again this weekend.

The Moto3 title race took a twist last time out as Joan Mir’s run of victories came to an end, with expected championship rival Romano Fenati victorious - in the process becoming the lightweight division’s most successful rider ever with 699 points.

This is Mir’s home race however, and with his lead at the top cut, as Jorge Martin continued his run of podium finishes, the pressure is on the Leopard Racing man to respond.



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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