Doha MotoGP 2021 Qualifying Race Results, Rookie Jorge Martin Scores Maiden Pole As Pramac Racing Secure top Two Position for Sunday

Jorge Martin on Saturday put on a sensational lap to earn him self a maiden pole in MotoGP class as he put his team in top spot for Sunday race. The rookie did the unthinkable after a scorching hot lap from current championship leader Maveric Vinales. It was an incredible day for Pramac Racing as Jorge Martin and Johann Zarco grabbed the first two spot. Last race winner Maverick Vinales was able secure a front row start from himself. Sportsfeista brings you complete details of Doha MotoGP 2021 Qualifying Race Results.

The Last race winner Maverick Vinales was able to put himself in the provisional pole but then soon get toppled by the Pramac Duo, Jorge Martin went on to claim his maiden pole while Zarco toppled Vinales with the thinnest of the margin for second spot. The defending champion who was impressive during the first qualifying could manage hismself a 9th place finish. It looks like its going to be Ducati vs Yamaha on Sunday night.

It was a slightly disappointing day for Ducat duo, they were fierce on Friday, however, on Saturday could secure 4th and 6th place start for themselves. Jack Miller grabbled the 4th spot while Francesco Bagnaia finished 6th. It seems like the 200th podium is going to elude legend Rossi as he will start Sunday’s almost at the back of the grid as he finished with 21st place.

Doha Moto GP Qualifying Race Results

1Jorge Martin1:53.106
2Johann Zarco1:53.263
3Maveric Vinales1:53.267
4Jack Miller1:53.303
5Fabio Quartararo1:53.469
6Francesco Bagnaia1:53.654
7Aleix Espargaro1:53.705
8Alex Rins1:53.745
9Joan Mir1:53.785
10Franco Morbedelli1:53.794
11Stefan Brdal1:54.224
12Miguel Oliveira1:55.096
13Luca Marini1:54.228
14Alex Marquez1:54.261
15Pol Espargaro1:54.402
16Takaaki Nakagami1:54.481
17Danilo Petrucci1:54.528
18Brad Binder1:54.555
19Enea Bastianini1:54.632
20Iker Lecuona1:54.731
21Valentino Rossi1:54.881
22Lorenzo Savadori1:54.823

Doha Moto2 Qualifying Race Results, Top Three Riders

In Moto2 class of Doha GP Sam Lowes continued his good form to strike back to back poles with a timing of 01:59.055

  • Sam Lowes
  • Remy Gardner
  • Marco Bezzecchi

Doha Moto3 Qualifying Race Results, Top Three Riders

Jaume Masia scored his third career pole to secure himself a top row seat on Saturday. He finished on top with a timing of 02:05.913 Here are the top 3 riders on Saturday.

  • Jaume Masia
  • Sergio Garcia
  • Jermy Alcoba

Doha MotoGP 2021 Schedule For Sunday April 04, 2021

Moto3Warm Up14:40โ€“15:00
Moto2Warm Up15:10โ€“15:30
MotoGPWarm Up15:40-16:00

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

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, Tenplay, NBC Sports, Fox Sports and BTsport.

Doha MotoGP 2021 Live Telecast

MotoGP 2021 Live Telecast Information:

1 IndiaEurosportN/A
2AustraliaFox SportsChannel One
3UK BT Sports
5MalaysiaFox Sports Asia
6IndonesiaFox Sports AsiaTrans 7
7SingaporeFox Sports Asia
8PhilippinesFox Sports Asia
11AustriaServus TV
12ItalySky SportsDAZN
15TurkeyS Sport

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.

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