Catalan MotoGP 2018 Final Race Live Stream, Sunday 06/17/2018: Can Lorenzo Pick Up His Second Win On Trot of This Season.
Jorge Lorenzo continued his excellent form on Saturday to win the qualifying race. Now after grabbing the pole position in front of the home crowd, Lorezon is all set to make this into his second win of the season. He got his first win for Ducati in Mugello, his last pole came way back in 2016 in Valencia. The final race is on Sunday, it will be an interesting battle between to home heroes Jorge Lorenzo and Reigning Champion Marc Marquez, and we already have seen the rivalry between Dovi and Marquez. Sunday will be an exciting racing day. Sportsfeista brings you complete details of Catalan MotoGP 2018 Final Race Live Stream, Sunday 06/17/2018.
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Here Is How the First 10 Riders Will be Placed on The Starting Grid
Catalan MotoGP 2018 Sunday, June 17, 2018, Schedule:
All timings are given in local Spanish timings which is GMT+2. In India race will start at 17:30 IST and in Malaysia, it will start at 20:00 Malaysian time.
Catalan MotoGP 2018 Live Stream Information
The live feed of Catalan MotoGP 2018 will be available on MotoGP.com, Tenplay, Sony Liv and BTsport.
Catalan MotoGP 2018 Live Telecast Information:
Sportsfeista brings you Catalan MotoGP 2018 live telecast information. In India, it will be Sony Ten, In Australia Fox Sports, Network Ten, One, New Zealand Sky Sports. In the UK the broadcast will be on BT Sport and Channel 5 for fans in the USA it will beIN sports. For Indonesia telecast will take place on Trans 7. The Middle East and North Africa OSN sports. In Spain Movistar MotoGP, in Italy TV8 & Sky Sports. For European fans, the action will be relayed on Eurosport. For Japanese fans, the MotoGP live telecast will be on Nippon Tv and G+
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Riders Quotes After Qualifying Race At Barcelona:
“Every time the save is getting better and better” – Marc Marquez on his save at one the turn which destroyed his riding suit knee protection.
“In Mugello I felt great and here I probably feel even better” – Pole winner Jorge Lorenzo