After an impressive Italian show at Italian MotoGP, action now shifts to Spain. The high-speed Catalan GP 2017 will take place at Circuit de Barcelona-Catalunya-Spain between June 9 to June 11, 2017.
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.
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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.
Here is the Complete Schedule for Catalan MotoGP 2017
Moto3 Free Practice Nr. 1 9:00–09:40
MotoGP Free Practice Nr. 1 09:55–10:40
Moto3 Free Practice Nr. 3 09:00-09:40
MotoGP Free Practice Nr. 3 09:55-10:40
Moto2 Free Practice Nr. 3 10:55-11:40
Moto3 Qualifying 12:35-13:15
MotoGP Free Practice Nr. 4 13:30-14:00
MotoGP Qualifying Nr. 1 14:10-14:25
MotoGP Qualifying Nr. 2 14:35-14:50
Moto2 Qualifying 15:05- 15:50
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
All timings for Gran Premi Monster Energy de Catalunya are given as per the local circuit time which is GMT+2. For UK time reduce 2 hours from the local time. The Catalan GP 2017 Indian time add 3:30 hrs to the local time. Catalan MotoGP 2017 EST reduce 6 hrs from local time. For Catalan GP 2017 Malaysian Time reduce 6 hours from the local time.
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Located in the historic city of Barcelona, Circuit Catalunya is all set to host Catalan GP 2017. The circuit was built in the year 1991.The total length of the circuit is 4.7 km. It has total 16 corners 7 at left and 9 at right. The longest straight in this Catalunya is 1047 meter. The MotoGP race will be 25 laps covering a total distance of 116.3 km. The 2016 Catalan GP was won by the Doctor, Valentino Rossi.