MotoGP Qatar 2024: TV, information and schedules

MotoGP 2024 starts now and it does so with the Qatar GP recovering its inaugural race position in the championship. In fact, it so happens that since the last time MotoGP visited Qatar, only one Grand Prix has been held, that of Valencia. But even so, many things have happened, Bagnaia renewed the title, Martín was left at the gates and everything is a dead letter because the new MotoGP season begins with all the riders with zero points in their locker.

As usual, after finishing the preseason there are certain feelings, but none of them will be worth anything if the test results are not reflected later. Even so, and barring surprise, it seems that this year the title will be at stake again between the Ducati riders and, logically, both Pecco Bagnaia and Jorge Martín are the main candidates.

But they are only the main ones, because Bezzecchi, Bastianini, Morbidelli, Marc and Álex Márquez and Di Giananontio have the tools to be able to fight with them. We also await with interest the behavior of the Aprilia and the KTM-GASGAS which, a priori, are the machines called to fight against the Ducati “monopoly” and have high-level riders who could face the stars of Borgo Panigale.

The big question is whether Yamaha and Honda will be able to take a leap forward in the races or the crisis that both have been dragging on for two seasons will last in 2024. In any case, we will see this not only in Losail, which has demonstrated as a track where conclusions cannot be drawn for the entire year, but only in the following GPs.

Where to watch MotoGP Qatar 2024

One more year and unlike the trend we are seeing outside of Spain, to be able to enjoy MotoGP we will have to “check out”. Whether through the Videopass, the DAZN subscription or the Movistar+ motor pack, we will have to pay if we want to watch the races.

Depending on the option chosen, the prices vary, although the broadcast of DAZN and Movistar+ is the same and only that of differs, with the races narrated in English.

MotoGP Qatar 2024 schedules

The battle promises to be close, although there are changes of mounts on the grill

As usual, we will attend a Qatar GP in the afternoon for those of us who experience it from Europe. The spotlights will be necessary again and so will the strategy to fight against the drop in temperatures.

Friday March 8

• 12:00-12:35 – Moto3 – Practice Nr. 1
• 12:50-13:30 – Moto2 – Practice Nr. 1
• 13:45-14:30 – MotoGP – Free Practice Nr. 1
• 16:15-16:50 – Moto3 – Practice No. 2
• 17:05-17:45 – Moto2 Practice Nr. 2
• 18:00-19:00 – MotoGP Practice

Saturday March 9

• 11:30-12:00 – Moto3 Practice Nr. 3
• 12:15-12:45 – Moto2 Practice Nr. 3
• 13:00-13:30 – MotoGP – Free Practice Nr. 2
• 13:40-13:55 – MotoGP – QP 1
• 14:05-14:20 – MotoGP – QP 2
• 15:50-16:05 – Moto3 – QP 1
• 16:15-16:30 – Moto3 – Qualifying Nr. 2
• 16:45-17:00 – Moto2 – Qualifying Nr. 1
• 17:10-17:25 – Moto2 – Qualifying Nr. 2
• 18:00-18:45 – MotoGP – Sprint Race (11 laps)

Sunday March 10

• 13:40-13:50 – MotoGP – Warm Up
• 15:00 – Moto3 – Race (18 laps)
• 16:15 – Moto2 – Race (20 laps)
• 18:00 – MotoGP – Race (22 laps)

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