Catalan GP 2017 Final Race Live Stream June 11 2017 And Qualifying Race Results


Catalan GP 2017 Final Race Live Stream June 11, 2017, And Qualifying Race Results Dani Pedrosa Claimed Pole Position at Catalan MotoGP 2017

 

Catalan GP 2017 Final Race Live Stream Information:

Get ready for another action-packed weekend as MotoGP comes to Circuit De Barcelona-De Catalunya. Catalan MotoGP 2017 Final Race Live Stream is available on Tenplay network & Le Tv, MotoGP.com and BTsports.

Catalan GP 2017 Final Race Live Telecast Information:

And the Catalan GP 2017  Live Telecast is available in Asian Continent with Fox Sports. In African Continent, the broadcasting rights are with SuperSports.  The Middle East, it is OSN. In Latin America the broadcaster is ESPN. The  Europe region, TV broadcast rights are Euro Sports and in UK channel 5 and BTSports. In Japan it G+ and NTV. For USA viewers BeIN Sports. In India, Moto GP will telecast through Sony Network.

Catalan GP 2017 Final Race Sunday, June 11, 2017, Schedule:

Moto3                                          Warm Up                                 08:40-09:00
Moto2                                          Warm Up                                 09:10-09:30
MotoGP                                       Warm Up                                 09:40-10:00
Moto3                                           Race                                          11:00
Moto2                                           Race                                          12:20
MotoGP                                        Race                                          14:00

Catalan GP 2017 Qualifying Race Results:


Well, things took a 360-degree turn for Marc Marquez on Saturday qualifying race. The reigning world champion was on top Friday as he finished both practice race at position 1. However, on Saturday he fell not only once, twice, thrice but fourth times.

Dani Pedrosa was in a class of his own as he stormed to the pole. After and strong show in the first qualifying race, Maverick Vinales and Valentino Rossi lost grounds in Qualfying race 2. Ducati will now have two riders in the front row Jorge Lorenzo and Danilo Petrucci at position 2 and 3.

 

Catalan MotoGP 2017 Qualifying Race Q1 Results

Here are the top 3 riders of Q1

Rider                                             Team                                 Top Speed                           Time

Jonas Folger                              Monster Yamaha                     337.5 km/hrs                          1’44.239

Maverick Vinales                     Movistar Yamaha                     339.0 km/hrs                         1’44.621

Valentino Rossi                        Movistar Yamaha                     338.4 km/hrs                         1’44.661

Catalan MotoGP 2017 Qualifying Race Q2 Results

Rider                                             Team                                 Top Speed                           Time

Dani Pedrosa                            Repsol Honda                           340.4 km/hrs                          1’43.870

Jorge Lorenzo                                  Ducati                                 343.8 km/hrs                          1’44.201

Danilo Petrucci                     OCTO Pramac Racing                343.5 km/hrs                          1’44.220

 

Dani Pedrosa, P1:

“I’m very happy about the pole because last year I was always struggling in qualifying so today to have a second pole is amazing, especially in front of this crowd. Today wasn’t an easy day, adapting to the chicane, testing so many tyres – and the heat was very strong. But it was pretty much a good day, working positively from the morning to figure out which was the best tyre.

Tomorrow we have to pick the right one, get a good feeling on the bike and see how we manage the situation. We know it will be hard but we need to keep our heads down and focus on tomorrow.” As quoted to MotoGP.com

Jorge Lorenzo, P2:

“We saw in the test that here I have the speed and confidence to do better than Mugello, although this morning I struggled and we made a radical change to the bike for the afternoon. I struggled a bit but was consistent and didn’t make too many mistakes. A good point of the bike is that we don’t have too much graining on the front for tomorrow, but at the rear, we’re missing a bit of grip so tomorrow in Warm Up we’ll try and find that. This is a hard track to ride and tomorrow will be a nightmare for everyone but I’m improving and I’m smoother with the throttle, so let’s see. In Jerez it was the first podium, then in Mugello the first time I led, nowhere the first time on the front row – so let’s try and keep this going.”  As quoted to MotoGP.com