Doha MotoGP 2021 Live Stream, Schedule & Live Telecast Info of Grand Prix of Doha

After an exciting show in the opening round of MotoGP fans are all set for round two in Qatar. Riders are all set to take field at Losail International Circuit for second time in MotoGP 2021 Calendar. Maverick Vinales put up an stellar performance to out pace Ducati on a circuit they’ve been dominating. In last two races Andrea Dovizioso has been able to put Ducati on top with his thrilling performances against multi time champion Marc Marquez. With Dovi and Ducati deciding to part their way in 2020, Ducati featured a new Duo of Jack Miller & Francesco Bagnaia who impressed during qualifying but failed to deliver in main race. Fans can expect another exciting encounter on Sunday. Sportsfeista brings you complete details of Doha MotoGP 2021 Live Stream, Schedule & Live Telecast Info of Grand Prix of Doha.

What to Except from Doha MotoGP 2021?

Ducati will definitely like to improve on their performance here as this the track which suits their kind of bike. Jack Miller and Francesco Bagnaia will have their job cut out. Yamaha will be thinking about the same after an impressive showing in qualifying only Vinales was able to capitalize. They would definitely be looking to improve their position. Maverick Vinales would love to close the round two with win to consolidate his position in the championship.

It was a mixed race for defending champion Joan Mir who started the race from 10th and almost inserted him to a second place finish but just got beaten by sheer power of Ducati near the finish line. Mir would definitely like to make improvement on Sunday April 04th. And the legend Rossi who is still searching his 200th podium will be the one to watch out for? He was impressive in the qualifying but couldn’t deliver in the main race as he ended his race with 12th position. Franco Morbidelli & Fabio Quartararo who both posted maximum 3 wins last season will definitely like to make an impact as they both missed out in the opening round.

Podium Finishers of Qatar MotoGP Across MotoGP Classes

Premier Class Podium Finishers

  1. Maverick Vinales
  2. Johann Zarco
  3. Francesco Bagnaia

Moto 2 Podium Finishers

  1. Sam Lowes
  2. Remy Gardner
  3. Fabio Di Giannatonio

Moto 3 Podium Finishers

  1. Jaume Masia
  2. Pedro Acosta
  3. Darryn Binder

Doha MotoGP 2021 Live Stream Information

Live Stream of Doha MotoGP will be available at Eurosport Player. The live feed of MotoGP 2021 will be available on MotoGP.com, Tenplay, NBC Sports, Fox Sports and BTsport.

Doha MotoGP 2021 Live Telecast

MotoGP 2021 Live Telecast Information:

SNCountryBroadcasterBroadcaster
1 IndiaEurosportN/A
2AustraliaFox SportsChannel One
3UK BT Sports
4USANBC SportsNBCSN
5MalaysiaFox Sports Asia
6IndonesiaFox Sports AsiaTrans 7
7SingaporeFox Sports Asia
8PhilippinesFox Sports Asia
9NetherlandsEurosport
10BelgiumEurosport
11AustriaServus TV
12ItalySky SportsDAZN
13SpainDAZN
14GermanyServusTVDAZN
15TurkeyS Sport
16FranceCanal+

Fans in India will get to see Dohan MotoGP 2021 action Eurosport, you can also watch it through Jio TV platform. MotoGP fans in Asia will get to see the action live on Fox Sports Asia, Super Sports will telecast MotoGP in South Africa. The fans in Middle East will enjoy MotoGP action on OSN sports. In Latin America the broadcast right are with ESPN Latin, ESPN HD and ESPN 2. Fox Sports will broadcast the MotoGP action in Australia while SKY sports will bring live action to fans in New Zealand. LeTV&Wasu TV will bring live action to Chinese fans.

For the fans in Indonesia live action will be on Trans 7, Malaysian fans can enjoy action on RadioTelevisyen Malaysia, NTV & G+ will broadcast MotoGP in Japan.  Canadian fans can also watch MotoGP on DAZN. Euro Sport will bring MotoGP Action in France, Belgium, Netherlands, Romania & Germany. In Italy SKY Italy will bring MotoGP action. Movistar TV will telecast MotoGP in Spain, Spanish fans will also enjoy action at Onesport& Vodafone. In UK the broadcast will be managed by BT Sports.

Doha MotoGP 2021 Schedule April 02nd to April 4th

Doha MotoGP 2021 Schedule For Friday April 02, 2021

Moto3Free Practice Nr. 113:50–14:30
Moto2Free Practice Nr. 114:45–15:25
MotoGPFree Practice Nr. 115:40-16:25
Moto3Free Practice Nr. 218:10-18:50
Moto2Free Practice Nr. 219:05-19:45
MotoGPFree Practice Nr. 220:00-20:45

Doha MotoGP 2021 Schedule For Saturday April 03, 2021

Moto3Free Practice Nr. 313:25–14:05
Moto2Free Practice Nr. 314:20–15:00
MotoGPFree Practice Nr. 315:15-16:00
Moto3Qualifying Nr. 117:30-17:45
Moto3Qualifying Nr. 217:55-18:10
Moto2Qualifying Nr. 118:25-18:40
Moto2Qualifying Nr. 218:50-19:05
MotoGPFree Practice Nr. 419:20-19:50
MotoGPQualifying Nr. 120:00-20:15
MotoGPQualifying Nr. 220:25-20:40

Doha MotoGP 2021 Schedule For Sunday April 04, 2021

Moto3Warm Up14:40–15:00
Moto2Warm Up15:10–15:30
MotoGPWarm Up15:40-16:00
Moto3Race17:00
Moto2Race18:20
MotoGPRace20:00

All timing are given in local Qatar timings which is GMT+3

Fans in India will get to see the race at 22:30, Sunday, March 28th 2021

MotoGP Fans in Malaysia will get to see the race at 01:00, on Monday, March 29th 2021

Fans in UK will enjoy MotoGP season opener at 17:00, Sunday March 28, 2021

European fans can enjoy MotoGP season opener at 18:00 CET.

Doha GP Losail International Circuit

  • Total length of the circuit is 5.4 km
  • Width of the circuit is 12 meter
  • The circuit has total 16 corners, 6 left and 10 right
  • The longest straight is of 1068 meter
  • Riders will battle through 22 laps and will cover 118.4 km

MotoGP Riders Standings Before Doha MotoGP 2021

PositionMotoGP RiderPoints
1Maverick Vinales25
2Johann Zarco20
3Francesco Bagnaia16
4Joan Mir 13
5Fabio Quartararo11
6Alex Rins10
7Aleix Espargaro9
8Pol Espargaro8
9Jack Miller7
10Enea Bastianini6
11Stefan Bradl5
12Valentino Rossi4
13Miguel Oliveira3
14Brad Binder2
15Jorge Martin1
16Marc Marquez0
17Danilo Petrucci0
18Lorenzo Savadori0
19Luca Marini0
20Franco Morbidelli0
21Alex Marquez0
22Iker Lecuona0
23Takaaki Nakagami0

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