Catalan GP 2017 Live Stream Qualifying Race, June 10 2017


Catalan GP 2017 Live Stream Qualifying Race, June 10, 2017, And Catalunya MotoGP 2017 Practice Race 1 & 2 Results: Marc Marquez Sets The Pace by Wining Both Free Practices at  Gran Premi Monster Energy de Catalunya

Catalan GP 2017 Live Stream Qualifying Race:

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.

After the impressive show by Spaniards in free practice, the battle for the pole will begin on Saturday, June 10, 2017.

Catalan GP 2017 Live Telecast Information for Qualifying Race:

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 Saturday, June 10, 2017, Schedule:

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

Catalan GP 2017 First Practice Race Results:

The Reigning MotoGP world champion, Marc Marquez put up and impressive show on Friday. He won both the practice race on Barcelona-Catalunya Circuit.

Here are the top three riders after first practice race at Gran Premi Monster Energy de Catalunya

Rider                                             Team                               Top Speed                            Time

Marc Marquez                              Repsol Honda                     337.8 km/hrs                          1’45.875

Cal Crutchlow                              LCR Honda                           334.8 km/hrs                         1’46.201

Andrea Dovizioso                        Ducati Team                         339.7 km/hrs                         1’46.505

 

Catalan GP 2017 Second Practice Race Results:

Marc Marquez set the pace early in the day by winning first free practice race. He consolidated his position by conquering the second free practice.

Here are the top three riders, in second practice race at Gran Premi Monster Energy de Catalunya

Rider                                             Team                               Top Speed                            Time

Marc Marquez                              Repsol Honda                     342.2 km/hrs                          1’44.478

Jorge Lorenzo                              Ducati Team                        343.1 km/hrs                          1’44.700

Jonas Folger                               Monster Yamaha                  339.7 km/hrs                          1’44.839

 

9-time world champion and Italian star rider Valentino Rossi was in the 9 the place. The Current MotoGP world championship leader Maverick Vinales was in 16th position. The Italian MotoGP winner Andrea Dovizioso was in 4the place.

The battle of the pole will begin on Saturday. It will be interesting to see if Italians can bounce back.

Marc Marquez, P1:

“Today I feel pretty good with the bike because of the test we did here and it was the first Friday maybe that we had a good base. But anyway, this afternoon we tried a few things on the bike, on the second run; we saw it was not so good, we went back and put in the new tyres. But, we’re feeling good and are looking forward to tomorrow and trying the hard rear, so we can try to understand which one is best for the race. As quoted to MotoGP.com

Jorge Lorenzo, P2:

“It’s not bad. It’s not bad the position, especially with the tyres; quite fast with the soft one, but also quite fast with the hard one. There are still some corners where I am missing a lot and compared to the test, the bike is moving more than I want it to, but we are going to try something tomorrow to improve this, and to gain more stability. I’m sure this test helped. As quoted to MotoGP.com