Moto: GP 2021 season is about to start & every MotoGP rider will target their chances of winning the MotoGP crown, after six-time champion Marc Marquez confirmed he would not be racing in Qatar. Here is how to watch Moto: GP in India.
After the COVID-19 pandemic affected the 2020 Moto: GP season, MotoGP, respective factories and riders hopes to fire on all cylinders in 2021 with 19 races scheduled around the world, starting with the doubleheader in Qatar this weekend. How to watch Moto: GP in India?
Moto: GP 2021 season is about to start & every MotoGP rider will target their chances of winning the MotoGP crown, after six-time champion Marc Marquez confirmed he would not be racing in a doubleheader race in Qatar.
Moto: GP schedule
- 28 March: Qatar (Losail)
- 4 April: Qatar (Losail)
- 18 April: Portugal (Algarve)
- 2 May: Spain (Jerez)
- 16 May: France (Le Mans)
- 30 May: Italy (Mugello)
- 6 June: Catalonia, Spain (Barcelona)
- 20 June: Germany (Sachsenring)
- 27 June: Netherlands (Assen)
- 11 July: Finland (KymiRing)
- 15 August: Austria (Spielberg)
- 29 August: Great Britain (Silverstone)
- 12 September: Aragon, Spain (Alcaniz)
- 19 September: San Marino (Misano)
- 3 October: Japan (Motegi)
- 10 October: Thailand (Buriram)
- 24 October: Australia (Philip Island)
- 31 October: Malaysia (Sepang)
- 14 November: Valencia (Ricardo Tormo)
Here is how the Indian audience can watch Moto: GP in India
- The 2021 FIM MotoGP World Championship season opener Barwa Grand Prix of Qatar will be held on March 28 under lights at Losail.
- The Indian audience can catch the action live on Eurosport/Eurosport HD from the qualifying race on the previous day. The same will also be live-streamed on discovery+.
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Riders Lineup for Moto: GP 2021
- Repsol Honda Team: Marc Marquez and Pol Espargaro
- Ducati Team: Jack Miller and Francesco Bagnaia
- Monster Energy Yamaha MotoGP: Maverick Viñales and Fabio Quartararo
- Team Suzuki Ecstar: Alex Rins and Joan Mir
- Red Bull KTM Factory Racing: Brad Binder and Miguel Oliveira
- Aprilia Racing Team Gresini: Aleix Espargaro and Lorenzo Savadori or Bradley Smith
- Petronas Yamaha SRT: Valentino Rossi and Franco Morbidelli
- LCR Honda Castrol: Alex Marquez and Takaaki Nakagami
- Pramac Racing: Johann Zarco and Jorge Martin
- Red Bull KTM Tech3: Danilo Petrucci and Iker Lecuona
- Esponsorama Racing: Enea Bastianini and Luca Marini