MotoGP 2017 race schedule, list of drivers and TV information

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Lowdown

Two races have happened so far this season with Yamaha rider Maverick Vinales winning both of them

MOTOGP is underway and here is everything you need to know as the races come thick and fast across the campaign.

We are currently two races into the current term and Yamaha rider, Maverick Vinales, has won both of the races so far.

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Maverick Vinales has won the opening two races of the season

Next up is the Grand Prix of the Americas in Austin, Texas, following the completion of races in Qatar and Argentina.

When is the next race on TV?

The next race is at the Circuit of the Americas, in Austin , Texas.

The first practice session will be shown on BT Sport 2 from 3pm and they cover the rest of the build up ahead of the Grand Prix, with the programme of the race beginning at 7.45pm.

All MotoGP races will be shown live on BT Sport throughout the season – exclusive interviews and highlights can also be found online too.

Riders’ Championship standings

  1. Maverick Vinales 50
  2. Valentino Rossi 36
  3. Andrea Dovizioso 20
  4. Scott Redding 17
  5. Cal Crutchlow 16
  6. Jonas Folger 16
  7.  Jack Miller 15
  8.  Alvaro Bautista 13
  9. Marc Marquez 13
  10.  Johann Zarco 11
  11. Dani Pedrosa 11
  12. Aleix Espargaro 10
  13. Danilo Petrucci 9
  14. Loris Baz 9
  15. Karel Abraham 8
  16. Alex Rins 7
  17. Hector Barbera 6
  18. Jorge Lorenzo 5
  19. Tito Rabat 5
  20. Pol Espargaro 2
  21. Bradley Smith 1

Valentino Rossi is currently second behind Maverick Vinales

Racing calendar

  • 26 Mar – Qatar Losail – Vinales
  • 9 Apr – Argentina Termas de Rio Hondo – Vinales
  • 23 Apr – Americas Americas
  • 7 May – Spain Jerez
  • 21 May – France Le Mans
  • 4 Jun – Italy Mugello
  • 11 Jun – Catalunya Catalunya
  • 25 Jun – Netherlands Assen
  • 2 Jul – Germany Sachsenring
MotoGP rider glides home on his knees avoiding big crash
  • 6 Aug – Czech Republic Brno
  • 13 Aug – Austria Red Bull Ring
  • 27 Aug – Great Britain Silverstone
  • 10 Sep – San Marino Misano
  • 24 Sep – Aragon Motorland
  • 15 Oct – Japan Motegi
  • 22 Oct – Australia Phillip Island
  • 29 Oct – Malaysia Sepang
  • 12 Nov – Valencia Valencia


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