On Saturday even the rain couldn’t stop the passionate MotoGP fans in Malaysia. The Fans at Sepang circuit witness the action in wet condition. At one point of time, it looked like the event might get in danger rain was pouring heavily. World champion Marc Marquez showed his class by quickly adapting to the condition and winning the pole position. However, he incurred a 6 grid penalty which threw him to P7 on the starting grid of Sunday. The last race winner Maverick Vinales as found struggling as finished 11 in qualifying. The weather forced changes in the current schedule of Sunday. Sportsfeista brings the updated schedule of Malaysian MotoGP 2018 and live stream information.
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Sportsfeista brings you Malaysian 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+
The live feed of Thai MotoGP 2018 will be available on MotoGP.com, Tenplay, Sony Liv and BTsport.
Moto3™ Warm Up – 07:40
Moto2™ Warm Up – 08:10
MotoGP™ Warm Up – 08:40
Moto3™ race – 10:00
Moto2™ race – 11:20
MotoGP™ race – 13:00
The champion Marc Marquez stormed to pole at Sepang Circuit amid wet condition. However, he wouldn’t have the opportunity to start from the front. On Saturday Marquez was handed a six grid penalty for driving irresponsibly. FIM Official found him riding slowly and disturbing the lap of the fellow riders. He would have to start from P 7.
1-Johann Zarco 2 Valentino Rossi 3- Andrea Iannone
4- Andrea Dovizioso 5 Jack Miller 6-Danilo Petrucci
7- Marc Marquez 8- Alex Rins 9- Alvaro Bautista
‘Today I took profit from one of my strongest points; adapting quickly to the conditions’ – Marc Marquez
‘We have to wait for the conditions’ – Valentino Rossi
Qualifying went but I’m really happy about dry conditions, let’s try to improve on wet -Mavrick Vinales
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