The first Sunday of August going to be all exciting as MotoGP riders get ready for the final race of Czech MotoGP 2017. On Saturday Marc Marquez continued where he left before the summer break as zipped past everyone to secure pole position. On Sunday it will be a tough battle between the top 5 as everyone will look to take early advantage to set the momentum for rest of the season. We bring you Czech MotoGP 2017 Final Race Live Stream information.
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This year the Czech MotoGP will take place between 4th August 2017 to 6th August 2017. Czech MotoGP 2017 Live Stream is available on Tenplay network & Le Tv, MotoGP.com and BTsports.
Grand Prix of Czech Republic 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.
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
RookiesCup Race 15:30
All timings are in the local Czech time which is GMT+2 as quoted on official website MotoGP.com. For Indian Time, add 3:30 hrs to local time eg final race time on Sunday 17:30. In the UK the final race will relay on Sunday 13:00 BST. For Malaysian Fans, final race will telecast on 19:00 hrs on Sunday. In The USA & Canada 07:00 Am on Sunday.
Pos Rider Country Team Top Speed Lap Time
1 Marc Marquez SPA Repsol Honda 305.5 1’54.981
2 Valentino Rossi ITA Movistar Yamaha 307.6 1’55.073
3 Dani Pedrosa SPA Repsol Honda 309.5 1’55.119
4 Andrea Dovizioso ITA Ducati Team 312.3 1’55.441
5 Cal Crutchlow GBR LCR Honda 303.2 1’55.489
“This is the best way to start the second half of this season after the summer break. This weekend I’m feeling good with the bike in the wet and dry. Pole position is important but also the pace was good.”
Valentino Rossi on qualifying at position 2 in Czech GP 2017: “The weekend was not so bad. Yesterday I felt quite comfortable, today we improved and at the end of FP3 I saw I had good speed with the softer tyre. So I tried in qualifying to get on the front row – and qualifying was good! I enjoyed it, the bike wasn’t so bad and the last lap was a good one.