The 2020 MotoGP Catalan Grand Prix starts at 9 a.m. ET (6 a.m. PT | 2 p.m. BST) today, though race coverage on NBCSN is tape delayed until 4:30 p.m. ET. Qualifying took place 8 a.m. ET on Saturday.
What can you say about the 2020 MotoGP season that hasn't already been said? The first seven races have been absolutely epic, and if you haven't tuned in yet, you'll certainly want to make the effort to fire up a MotoGP live stream today.
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The destination? The Circuit de Barcelona-Catalunya for the Catalan Grand Prix. We enter the weekend having congratulated six winners across the season's seven races. The top four in the riders standings — Andrea Dovizioso, Fabio Quartararo, Maverick Viñales and Joan Mir — are separated by all of four points. And after a drama-filled Emilia Romagna Grand Prix last weekend, where Francesco Bagnaia threw away his race lead with seven laps left to go to hand Viñales the victory, it's very possible we'll see yet another different winner today at Catalunya.
Read on to learn everything you need to know to follow the MotoGP Catalan Grand Prix. The race itself begins today at 9 a.m. ET. Scroll down to the bottom for full qualifying results, which will form the grid order for the main event.
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MotoGP Catalan Grand Prix live streams in the US
The NBC Sports Network is the U.S. home for the 2020 MotoGP season. Unfortunately, many races throughout the year have been and will continue to be aired with tape delay on NBCSN, and the Catalan Grand Prix is one of them. If you must stick to terrestrial TV, NBCSN isn't showing the race until 4:30 p.m. ET. Nevertheless, if you want NBCSN, your best bet is to get Sling TV, one of the best streaming services there is.
Fortunately, MotoGP fans can get the live experience for each and every Grand Prix by spending a little more. MotoGP's own VideoPass is definitely the best way to stay in touch with MotoGP action. A 2020 season subscription will set you back $160, while a monthly pass is $34.
MotoGP Catalan Grand Prix live streams in the UK
Fans in the U.K. will want to tune into BT Sport, as the paid network airs every session of every MotoGP weekend live. Race day coverage starts at 10:30 a.m. BST, and the race begins at 2 p.m. BST.
If you don't have BT Sport, a BT Sport monthly pass costs £25 a month. For that fee you'll get to watch all kinds of sporting events, including football.
Our friends in the U.K. can also go the MotoGP VideoPass route. Access for the rest of the season will set you back £127, while one month is £27.
MotoGP Catalan Grand Prix practice, qualifying and race weekend schedule
Friday, September 25
- Practice 1: 4 a.m.-4:40 a.m. ET
- Practice 2: 8 a.m.-9 a.m. ET
Saturday, September 26
- Practice 3: 4 a.m.-4:40 a.m. ET
- Qualifying: 8 a.m.-9 a.m. ET
Sunday, September 27
- Race: 9 a.m.-10 a.m. ET
MotoGP Catalan Grand Prix qualifying results
1. Franco Morbidelli | Petronas Yamaha | 1:38.798
2. Fabio Quartararo | Petronas Yamaha | 1:39.008
3. Valentino Rossi | Monster Energy Yamaha | 1:39.129
4. Jack Miller | Pramac Ducati | 1:39.225
5. Maverick Viñales | Monster Energy Yamaha | 1:39.371
6. Johann Zarco | Avintia Ducati | 1:39.378
7. Pol Espargaro | Red Bull KTM Factory | 1:39.495
8. Joan Mir | Suzuki Ecstar | 1:39.628
9. Danilo Petrucci | Ducati | 1:39.641
10. Brad Binder | Red Bull KTM Factory | 1:39.659
11. Takaaki Nakagami | LCR Honda | 1:39.713
12. Miguel Oliveira | Red Bull KTM Tech 3 | 1:40.188
13. Alex Rins | Suzuki Ecstar | 1:39.751
14. Francesco Bagnaia | Pramac Ducati | 1:39.777
15. Aleix Espargaro | Aprilia Gresini | 1:39.973
16. Cal Crutchlow | LCR Honda | 1:39.988
17. Andrea Dovizioso | Ducati | 1:40.109
18. Alex Márquez | Repsol Honda | 1:40.164
19. Iker Lecuona | Red Bull KTM Tech 3 | 1:40.490
20. Stefan Bradl | Respol Honda | 1:40.721
21. Bradley Smith | Aprilia Gresini | 1:40.838
22. Tito Rabat | Avintia Ducati | 1:41.013