MotoGP on TV today – How can I watch the Qatar Grand Prix?

This weekend MotoGP travels to Doha for the Qatar Grand Prix. Find out how to watch it, what time it starts and more here.

MotoGP on TV today – How can I watch the Qatar Grand Prix?
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What time does the Qatar MotoGP start today?

The Qatar GP will get underway at 20:00 local time.

The race distance is set at 22 laps. 

  • Date: Sunday, 28th March, 2021
  • Start time: 17:00 GMT / 18:00 BST / 19:00 CEST / 13:00 ET / 10:00 PT / 22:30 IST / 2:00 JST (Monday) /  4:00 AEDT (Monday)

Can’t find your country or region in the list? Check the MotoGP schedule page for the broadcast times in your local timezone.

How can I watch the Qatar MotoGP?

The following channels will broadcast the Qatar MotoGP race:

Europe:

  • Spain: DAZN
  • UK: BT Sport
  • France: Canal+
  • Germany and Austria: ServusTV/DAZN
  • Italy: Sky Sport
  • Hungary: Spiler TV
  • Netherlands: Eurosport
  • Portugal: Sport TV

Asia:

  • Japan: G+/Hulu
  • Thailand: PPTV
  • India: Eurosport
  • Indonesia: Trans 7
  • Malaysia and Singapore: Fox Sports
  • China: Star Sports / Guangdong Television 
  • South Korea: Star Sports

Americas

  • USA: NBCSN
  • Canada: DAZN
  • Brazil: Fox Sports
  • Argentina: ESPN+

Oceania

  • Australia: Fox Sports
  • New Zealand: Spark Sport (new for 2021)

Africa

  • Sub-Saharan Africa - SuperSport / Canal+

Can I stream the Qatar MotoGP?

MotoGP offers its own on-demand streaming service for live coverage of grands prix. The MotoGP Video pass is available for an annual fee of 139.99 euros. Users also can subscribe to the service on a monthly basis for 29.99 euros. Several local broadcasters also stream MotoGP races on their official websites.

Qatar MotoGP: Starting grid

Cla # Rider Bike Time Gap
1 63 Italy Francesco Bagnaia Ducati 1'52.772  
2 20 France Fabio Quartararo Yamaha 1'53.038 0.266
3 12 Spain Maverick Viñales Yamaha 1'53.088 0.316
4 46 Italy Valentino Rossi Yamaha 1'53.114 0.342
5 43 Australia Jack Miller Ducati 1'53.215 0.443
6 5 France Johann Zarco Ducati 1'53.286 0.514
7 21 Italy Franco Morbidelli Yamaha 1'53.313 0.541
8 41 Spain Aleix Espargaro Aprilia 1'53.315 0.543
9 42 Spain Alex Rins Suzuki 1'53.490 0.718
10 36 Spain Joan Mir Suzuki 1'53.682 0.910
11 30 Japan Takaaki Nakagami Honda 1'53.721 0.949
12 44 Spain Pol Espargaro Honda 1'53.930 1.158
13 23 Italy Enea Bastianini Ducati 1'53.733 0.961
14 89 Spain Jorge Martin Ducati 1'53.840 1.068
15 88 Portugal Miguel Oliveira KTM 1'53.915 1.143
16 73 Spain Alex Marquez Honda 1'53.958 1.186
17 6 Germany Stefan Bradl Honda 1'53.995 1.223
18 10 Italy Luca Marini Ducati 1'54.122 1.350
19 33 South Africa Brad Binder KTM 1'54.240 1.468
20 9 Italy Danilo Petrucci KTM 1'54.443 1.671
21 27 Spain Iker Lecuona KTM 1'54.627 1.855
22 32 Italy Lorenzo Savadori Aprilia 1'55.183 2.411
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