After the Americas GP where reigning champion Marc Marquez continued his winning run now all eyes will be on the Circuito de Jerez Spain. The MotoGP event will take place between May 04th 2018 to May 06th 2018. The first 2 practices race will take place on Friday May 04th 2018. The Circuit has witnessed many epic battles, and it is one those circuit where the reigning champions hasn’t delivered so far. He has won Spanish GP only once. Sportsfeista brings you complete details of Spanish MotoGP 2018 Practice Race Live Stream, schedule & Live Telecast Information of Spanish GP.
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It has been a happy hunting ground for Valentino Rossi who hold 7 MotoGP wins here. However, it was Dani Pedrosa who came victorious in 2017. This circuit is special for Jorge Lorenzo, he got the last corner which corner number 13 named after him. There are some epic battle fought at this corner. Lorenzo holds 3 wins, 5 poles and record for fastest lap also got podium 2017.
The live feed of Spanish MotoGP 2018 will be available on MotoGP.com, Tenplay, and BTsport.
Sportsfeista brings you Spanish 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+
MotoGP Free Practice Nr. 1 09:55 – 10:40
MotoGP Free Practice Nr. 2 14:05 – 14:50
All timings are given in Spanish local time which is GMT+2
The Spanish MotoGP 2018 will take place on Circuito de Jerez Spain
The length of the circuit is 4.4 Km
Its width is of 11 metre
It has total 13 corners, 5 left and 8 right
The longest straight is of 607 metre
There will 25 laps
Riders will cover a total distance of 110.6 km
In 2017 Dani Pedrosa came out victorious
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