It will undoubtedly be a captivating few days in Jerez as Marc Marquez hopes to finish an inauspicious cap trap of race wins.
The twofold best on the planet demonstrated untouchable last time out in Austin, adding a predominant triumph to his achievement in Argentina and a third-set completion in Qatar.
Accordingly, Marquez now heads into his home race with a 21-point lead over kinsman Jorge Lorenzo and a 33-point pad on Valentino Rossi, who was compelled to resign in America.
However notwithstanding Marquez’s staggering begin to the season, a great part of the discussion in the development to the race has concentrated on the news that Lorenzo will ride for Ducati next season.
The three-time title holder concedes that closure his eight-year relationship with Yamaha speaks to a danger, calling it the “most critical” choice of his profession.
Ducati manager Davide Tardozzi even seemed to recommend that Lorenzo will get the chance to pick his colleague, inciting a lot of cocked eyebrows in the enclosure.
In any case, the prompt center for the 28-year-old will be to hold Marquez under control at a circuit which has been benevolent to him since his landing on the MotoGP scene in 2008.
Lorenzo took the checkered banner in 2010, 2011 and 2015 and is venerated in Jerez to the degree that one of its turns has even been named after him.
Will he top a weekend in which he has officially made a lot of features with another champagne minute?
MOTOGP SPAIN: FULL BROADCAST DETAILS
All our scope of the races can be viewed online on BTSport.com by tailing this live stream join at the times determined.
FRIDAY: FREE PRACTICE
8am-3pm, BT Sport 2: FP1 and FP2
Live scope of the first and second free practice sessions for each of the three classes.
Moto3 FP1: 8am-8.40am
MotoGP FP1: 8.55am-9.40am
Moto2 FP1: 9.55am-10.40am
Moto3 FP2: 12.10pm-12.50pm
MotoGP FP2: 1.05pm-1.50pm
Moto2 FP2: 2.05pm-2.50pm
SATURDAY: FREE PRACTICE and QUALIFYING
8am-3.15pm, BT Sport 2: FP3, FP4 and Qualifying
Live scope of the third free practice sessions in every one of the three classes, MotoGP free practice four and qualifying in each of the three classes.
Moto3 FP3: 8am-8.40am
MotoGP FP3: 8.55am-9.40am
Moto2 FP3: 9.55am-10.40am
Moto3 Qualifying: 11.35am-12.15pm
MotoGP FP4: 12.45pm-1.15pm
MotoGP Q1: 1.25pm-1.40pm
MotoGP Q2: 1.50pm-2.05pm
Moto2 Qualifying: 2.15pm-3pm
SUNDAY: RACE DAY
7.30am-9.15am, BT Sport 2: Warm-ups – Live
9.30am-11.15am, BT Sport 2: Moto3 Race – Live
11.15am-12.45pm, BT Sport 2: Moto2 Race – Live
12.45pm-2pm, BT Sport 2: MotoGP Race – Live
2pm-3pm, BT Sport 2: MotoGP Checkered Flag
Live and continuous scope of every race as the riders do fight in Round 4 of the 2016 MotoGP season at Jerez, trailed by our post-race show including investigation, highlights and meetings with all the key riders.
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