MotoGP Catalan Grand Prix qualifying - Start time, how to watch

MotoGP travels to Barcelona this weekend for the Catalan Grand Prix. Here's how you can watch qualifying in your home country.

MotoGP Catalan Grand Prix qualifying - Start time, how to watch
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Yamaha's Fabio Quartararo heads to Spain on the back of five consecutive pole positions, having dominated all qualifying sessions since MotoGP returned to Europe following the double header in Qatar.

He finished sixth and third in the two practice sessions on Friday, as Pramac's Johann Zarco set the overall quickest time on the GP21 Ducati. 

What time does qualifying for the Catalan MotoGP start? 

Q1 will begin at 14:10 local time at the Circuit de Barcelona-Catalunya, followed by the pole-deciding Q2 at 14:35. Each session will last 15 minutes. 

  • Date: Saturday, June 5th
  • Start time: 12:10 GMT / 13:10 BST / 14:10 CEST / 14:10 SAT / 15:10 EAT /   08:10 ET / 05:10 PT / 22:10 AEST / 21:10 JST / 17:40 IST
  • Can’t find your country or region in the list? Check the MotoGP schedule page for the broadcast times in your local timezone.

2021 MotoGP Catalan Grand Prix session timings

Session

GMT

BST

CEST

ET

PT

AEST

JST

IST

FP1

07:55

08:55

09:55

03:55

00:55

17:55

16:55

13:25

FP2

12:10

13:10

14:10

08:10

05:10

22:10

21:10

17:40

FP3

07:55

08:55

09:55

03:55

00:55

17:55

16:55

13:25

FP4

11:30

12:30

13:30

07:30

04:30

21:30

20:30

17:00

Qualifying

12:10

13:10

14:10

08:10

05:10

22:10 

21:10

17:40

Warm up

07:30

08:30 09:30

03:30

00:30

17:30

16:30

13:00

Race 

11:00

12:00

13:00

07:00

04:00

21:00

20:00

16:30

How can I watch Catalan MotoGP qualifying?

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 qualifying?

MotoGP offers its own on-demand streaming service that includes live coverage of all qualifying and races. 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.

FP1 results:

Cla # Rider Bike Time Gap
1 41 Spain Aleix Espargaro Aprilia 1'40.378  
2 21 Italy Franco Morbidelli Yamaha 1'40.402 0.024
3 44 Spain Pol Espargaro Honda 1'40.751 0.373
4 12 Spain Maverick Viñales Yamaha 1'40.753 0.375
5 5 France Johann Zarco Ducati 1'40.767 0.389
6 20 France Fabio Quartararo Yamaha 1'40.853 0.475
7 88 Portugal Miguel Oliveira KTM 1'40.927 0.549
8 36 Spain Joan Mir Suzuki 1'40.960 0.582
9 43 Australia Jack Miller Ducati 1'40.991 0.613
10 63 Italy Francesco Bagnaia Ducati 1'41.085 0.707
11 30 Japan Takaaki Nakagami Honda 1'41.134 0.756
12 89 Spain Jorge Martin Ducati 1'41.185 0.807
13 93 Spain Marc Marquez Honda 1'41.208 0.830
14 9 Italy Danilo Petrucci KTM 1'41.254 0.876
15 46 Italy Valentino Rossi Yamaha 1'41.267 0.889
16 27 Spain Iker Lecuona KTM 1'41.357 0.979
17 23 Italy Enea Bastianini Ducati 1'41.363 0.985
18 73 Spain Alex Marquez Honda 1'41.437 1.059
19 10 Italy Luca Marini Ducati 1'41.464 1.086
20 33 South Africa Brad Binder KTM 1'41.512 1.134
21 32 Italy Lorenzo Savadori Aprilia 1'41.744 1.366

FP2 results:

Cla # Rider Bike Time Gap
1 5 France Johann Zarco Ducati 1'39.235  
2 21 Italy Franco Morbidelli Yamaha 1'39.256 0.021
3 20 France Fabio Quartararo Yamaha 1'39.401 0.166
4 33 South Africa Brad Binder KTM 1'39.662 0.427
5 63 Italy Francesco Bagnaia Ducati 1'39.760 0.525
6 12 Spain Maverick Viñales Yamaha 1'39.821 0.586
7 43 Australia Jack Miller Ducati 1'39.914 0.679
8 23 Italy Enea Bastianini Ducati 1'39.977 0.742
9 41 Spain Aleix Espargaro Aprilia 1'39.983 0.748
10 44 Spain Pol Espargaro Honda 1'39.983 0.748
11 30 Japan Takaaki Nakagami Honda 1'40.032 0.797
12 9 Italy Danilo Petrucci KTM 1'40.060 0.825
13 10 Italy Luca Marini Ducati 1'40.094 0.859
14 88 Portugal Miguel Oliveira KTM 1'40.096 0.861
15 93 Spain Marc Marquez Honda 1'40.120 0.885
16 36 Spain Joan Mir Suzuki 1'40.150 0.915
17 27 Spain Iker Lecuona KTM 1'40.251 1.016
18 73 Spain Alex Marquez Honda 1'40.690 1.455
19 46 Italy Valentino Rossi Yamaha 1'40.836 1.601
20 32 Italy Lorenzo Savadori Aprilia 1'40.981 1.746
21 89 Spain Jorge Martin Ducati 1'41.243 2.008

FP3 results:

Cla # Rider Bike Time Gap
1 21 Italy Franco Morbidelli Yamaha 1'38.929  
2 20 France Fabio Quartararo Yamaha 1'38.975 0.046
3 88 Portugal Miguel Oliveira KTM 1'39.051 0.122
4 63 Italy Francesco Bagnaia Ducati 1'39.073 0.144
5 41 Spain Aleix Espargaro Aprilia 1'39.079 0.150
6 33 South Africa Brad Binder KTM 1'39.166 0.237
7 12 Spain Maverick Viñales Yamaha 1'39.282 0.353
8 36 Spain Joan Mir Suzuki 1'39.324 0.395
9 46 Italy Valentino Rossi Yamaha 1'39.426 0.497
10 43 Australia Jack Miller Ducati 1'39.495 0.566
11 30 Japan Takaaki Nakagami Honda 1'39.498 0.569
12 44 Spain Pol Espargaro Honda 1'39.519 0.590
13 9 Italy Danilo Petrucci KTM 1'39.689 0.760
14 93 Spain Marc Marquez Honda 1'39.701 0.772
15 5 France Johann Zarco Ducati 1'39.760 0.831
16 89 Spain Jorge Martin Ducati 1'39.816 0.887
17 27 Spain Iker Lecuona KTM 1'39.918 0.989
18 73 Spain Alex Marquez Honda 1'39.928 0.999
19 10 Italy Luca Marini Ducati 1'40.075 1.146
20 23 Italy Enea Bastianini Ducati 1'40.743 1.814
21 32 Italy Lorenzo Savadori Aprilia 1'41.180 2.251
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