Where to watch 2024 MotoGP in India

    Eurosport India has acquired streaming rights for MotoGP from 2024 to 2026.

    Published On Feb 22, 2024 02:12:00 PM

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    Fans in India can watch all the MotoGP races live on Eurosport this year. Eurosport India has signed a three-year deal with MotoGP commercial rights holder Dorna, running from 2024 to 2026, for the Indian and South Asian region.

    MotoGP was earlier streamed live on Eurosport from 2020 to 2022, however, the championship moved to JioCinema last year. While F1 still remains without a broadcasting deal here in India, this latest move ensures MotoGP will continue to be broadcasted on TV.

    1. MotoGP India stream on Eurosport
    2. Eurosport signs three-year deal with Dorna
    3. Online streaming on JioCinema

    Eurosport India acquires MotoGP broadcasting rights

    All MotoGP, Moto2 and Moto3 sessions will be broadcasted live on Eurosport in India. However, this is just a linear deal covering TV broadcasting and doesn't cover Discovery+. Online streaming will instead continue on JioCinema.

    The 2024 season kicks off with the Qatar GP on March 8-10. The calendar features a total of 21 races, including the Indian GP which will be held at the Buddh International Circuit (BIC) on September 20-22.

    The inaugural running of the Indian GP saw 1,11,000 attendees across the weekend. While the BIC layout proved to be a hit with the riders, the scorching temperatures also made it one of the most demanding races on the calendar. There are still plenty of issues to iron out for the upcoming 2024 edition, but Dorna stresses that India remains a key market for MotoGP.

    “We are delighted to welcome Eurosport as the TV broadcast partner for MotoGP in Bharat. This collaboration between Eurosport and MotoGP is not just about bringing the world’s premier motorcycle racing to our screens; it’s a testament to the growing appetite for international sports in Bharat,” said Anurag Singh Thakur, Union Minister, Ministry of Information and Broadcast and Ministry of Youth Affairs and Sports.

    “We are thrilled to join synergies with Eurosport for the broadcast of MotoGP Bharat. We look forward to working together and expanding the reach of the sport to existing and new fans alike,” added Pushkar Nath Srivastava, CEO of Fairstreet Sports – promoters of the Indian GP.

    2024 Qatar GP India timings

    Friday

    Moto3 Free Practice – 4:30pm

    Moto2 Free Practice – 5:20pm

    MotoGP Free Practice 1 – 6:15pm

    Moto3 Practice 1 – 8:45pm

    Moto2 Practice 1 – 9:35pm

    MotoGP Practice – 10:30pm

    Saturday

    Moto3 Practice 2 – 3pm

    Moto2 Practice 2 – 3:45pm

    MotoGP Free Practice 2 – 4:30pm

    MotoGP Qualifying – 5:10pm

    Moto3 Qualifying – 7:20pm

    Moto2 Qualifying – 8:15pm

    MotoGP Sprint – 9:30pm

    Sunday

    Moto3 Race – 7:30pm

    Moto2 Race – 8:45pm

    MotoGP Race – 10:30pm

    2024 MotoGP grid

    2024 MotoGP grid
    TeamRiders
    Pramac RacingJorge Martin, Franco Morbidelli
    DucatiFrancesco Bagnaia, Enea Bastianini
    VR46 RacingMarco Bezzecchi, Fabio Di Giannantonio
    KTMBrad Binder, Jack Miller
    ApriliaAleix Espargaro, Maverick Vinales
    Gresini RacingMarc Marquez, Alex Marquez
    YamahaFabio Quartararo, Alex Rins
    Trackhouse RacingMiguel Oliveira, Raul Fernandez
    HondaJoan Mir, Luca Marini
    LCR HondaTakaaki Nakagami, Johann Zarco
    GasGas Tech3Pedro Acosta, Augusto Fernandez

    Also see:

    India part of 2024 MotoGP calendar

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