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2024 MotoGP TV Times, Calendar & Rider Standings

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Posted:

07.06.2024

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2024 continues the new-for-2023 format which saw the introduction of the Saturday Sprint Race. Joining the ranks for WSBK and F1, MotoGP introduced the Sprint Race to both reinvigorate interest in the sport after a drop in viewing figures, but also to offer better value to fans, offering two days of fast paced action. Sprint races will be run over half the respective race distance and points will be awarded to the top nine riders only, with 12 points for a win, 9 for second and 7 for third. The remaining places will be awarded 6,5,4,3,2 and 1 point respectively. With points for the Sunday race being unchanged, this gives a total of 777 points on offer over the season. 

 

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TV channels will MotoGP be on this year?

TV coverage may vary from race to race, but generally, live coverage will be shown on BTSport/TNTSPORTS, who have secured TV rights until the end of 2024.

TNTSPORTS2 is the new name for BTSports2 and can be found on BT Channel 409, SKY Channel 411 and on Virgin Channel 528 (Subscription required).

We'll update this page with all the TV schedules for each round, so keep coming back to make sure you don't miss any of the action. 

Where else can I watch MotoGP races live this year?

As well as subscription and free-to-view TV programming detailed above, you can watch every test session, timed practice, qualifying and race session on the MotoGP Video Pass.

ITV4 is available on:

  • Channels 26 and 60 (+1) on Freeview

  • Channels 117 (HD/SD) and 118 (+1) on Freesat

  • Channels 118 (HD) and 175 (+1) on Virgin Media

  • Channel 24 (SD) on BT

  • Channels 120 (HD), 220 (+1) and 818 (SD) on Sky, and

  • Channel 132 on Virgin Media Ireland.

It's also available streaming via the ITV Hub Streaming Service (UK only). 

What's new for the 2024 MotoGP Season?

After last seasons format changes, it's a more stable year in 2024 with only minor tweaks to the rulebook. Fuels used by the teams must be a minimum of 40% from non-fossil origin (this will increase to 100% in 2027), and there are a few more exceptions to the minimum age limits to allow for some of the more talented riders to climb the classes a little quicker.  

While there may not be any major changes to the MotoGP format for 2024, there have been some major shake ups in the teams with many of the top riders looking for new opportunities:

Marc Marquez - Honda to Ducati

If you didn't know about this, then you must have been living under a rock for the last few months. Moving from a works Honda team to a satellite team is a massive move for Marquez and gives some indication of how unhappy he has been at Honda. Gresini Ducati have welcomed him with open arms and end of season testing showed that the pairing will be competitive right from the off. 

Alex Rins - Honda to Yamaha

His third move in three years, Alex Rins leaves Castrol Honda LCR after an injury prone season and joins Fabio Quartararo at Monster Energy Yamaha MotoGP Team. 

Franco Morbidelli  - Yamaha to Ducati

As Rins joins Yamaha, Franco leaves to make way for him. Despite his late season form, Morbidelli had a disappointing season with Yamaha and is hoping that a switch to Prima Pramac Racing, as teammate to Jorge Martin, will see a change of fortune and a return to his 2020 form.

Luca Marini - Ducati to Honda

It's not everyday you get offered a works Honda seat and, despite their recent form, it was an offer that Luca Marini has grabbed with both hands. He's got some big shows to fill following the departure of Marc Marquez, and only time will tell  if Honda can get their development back on course. All eyes will be on the pairing at the first tests of the season for some early indications of how well they work together.

Johann Zarco - Ducati to Honda

Taking over from Rins at Castrol Honda LCR, the Frenchman will bring his wealth of experience to the Honda garage to help with development and new parts. That's not to say that Zarco won't be fighting for the win - his grit and determination are (in)famous among his rivals.

Fabio Di Giannantonio - Ducati to Ducati

No change in manufacturer, but Digi's seat at Gresini Ducati was always in danger amid the rumours of Marquez's departure from Honda. Marini's move opened a seat at Mooney VR46 Racing (rebranded for 2024 as Pertamina Enduro VR46 MotoGP Team) and if his late season performance is anything to go by, we'll be seeing a lot more of Digi in 2024.

 

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2024 MotoGP, Moto2, Moto3 and MotoE Calendar

Updated 3/5/24 – Kazakhstan GP postponed until later in 2024

Rnd

Date

Event

Circuit

Test

1-3 February 2024

Sepang Shakedown MotoGP Official Test

Petronas Sepang International Circuit

Test

6-8 February 2024

Sepang MotoGP Official Test

Petronas Sepang International Circuit

Test

19-20 February 2024

Qatar MotoGP Official Test

Lusail International Circuit

1

8-10 March 2024

Qatar Airways Grand Prix of Qatar

Lusail International Circuit

2

22-24 March 2024

Grande Prémio de Portugal*

Autódromo Internacional do Algarve

3

12-14 April 2024

Red Bull Grand Prix of the Americas

Circuit of the Americas

4

26-28 April 2024

Gran Premio de España

Circuito de Jerez – Angel Nieto

Test

29 April 2024

Jerez MotoGP Official Test

Circuito de Jerez – Angel Nieto

5

10-12 May 2024

Grand Prix de France*

Le Mans

6

24-26 May 2024

Gran Premi Monster Energy de Catalunya*

Circuit de Barcelona-Catalunya

7

31 May – 2 June 2024

Gran Premio d’Italia*

Autodromo Internazionale del Mugello

Test

3 June 2024

Mugello MotoGP Official Test

Autodromo Internazionale del Mugello

8

28-30 June 2024

Motul TT Assen*

TT Circuit Assen

9

5-7 July 2024

Liqui Moly Motorrad Grand Prix Deutschland*

Sachsenring

10

2-4 August 2024

Monster Energy British Grand Prix

Silverstone Circuit

11

16-18 August 2024

Motorrad Grand Prix von Österreich*

Red Bull Ring - Spielberg

12

30 August – 1 September 2024

Gran Premio de Aragón

Motorland Aragón

13

6-8 September 2024

Gran Premio Red Bull di San Marino e della Riviera di Rimini*

Misano World Circuit Marco Simoncelli

Test

9 September 2024

Misano MotoGP Official Test

Misano World Circuit Marco Simoncelli

14

20-22 September 2024

Grand Prix of India

Buddh International Circuit

15

27-29 September 2024

Pertamina Grand Prix of Indonesia

Pertamina Mandalika International Circuit

16

4-6 October 2024

Motul Grand Prix of Japan

Mobility Resort Motegi

17

18-20 October 2024

Australian Motorcycle Grand Prix

Phillip Island

18

25-27 October 2024

OR Thailand Grand Prix

Chang International Circuit

19

1-3 November 2024

Petronas Grand Prix of Malaysia

Petronas Sepang International Circuit

20

15-17 November 2024

Gran Premio Motul de la Comunitat Valenciana

Circuit Ricardo Tormo

TBC

TBC 2024

Grand Prix of Kazakhstan

Sokol International Racetrack

* Inc MotoE

 

Your 2023 World Champions: Francesco (Pecco) Bagnaia (Ducati Lenovo Team), Pedro Acosta (Red Bull KTM Ajo) and Jaume Masia (Leopard Racing).

 

MotoGP Standings

Pos No Rider Nat Team Pnts
1 89 Jorge Martin ESP Prima Pramac Racing 171
2 1 Francesco Bagnaia ITA Ducati Lenovo Team 153
3 93 Marc Marquez ESP Gresini Racing MotoGP 136
4 23 Enea Bastianini ITA Ducati Lenovo Team 114
5 31 Pedro Acosta ESP Red Bull GASGAS Tech3 101
6 12 Maverick Vinales ESP Aprilia Racing 100
7 33 Brad Binder RSA Red Bull KTM Factory Racing 85
8 41 Aleix Espargaro ESP Aprilia Racing 82
9 49 Fabio Di Giannantonio ITA Pertamina Enduro VR46 Racing Team 74
10 73 Alex Marquez ESP Gresini Racing MotoGP 51
11 72 Marco Bezzecchi ITA Pertamina Enduro VR46 Racing Team 45
12 20 Fabio Quartararo FRA Monster Energy Yamaha MotoGP Team 32
12 25 Raul Fernandez ESP Trackhouse Racing 32
14 88 Miguel Oliveira POR Trackhouse Racing 31
14 21 Franco Morbidelli ITA Prima Pramac Racing 31
16 43 Jack Miller AUS Red Bull KTM Factory Racing 27
17 37 Augusto Fernandez ESP Red Bull GASGAS Tech3 13
17 36 Joan Mir ESP Repsol Honda Team 13
19 5 Johann Zarco FRA CASTROL Honda LCR 9
20 30 Takaaki Nakagami JPN IDEMITSU Honda LCR 8
20 42 Alex Rins ESP Monster Energy Yamaha MotoGP Team 8
22 26 Dani Pedrosa ESP Red Bull KTM Factory Racing 7

Moto2 Standings

Pos No Rider Nat Team Pnts
1 3 Sergio Garcia ESP MT Helmets - MSI 122
2 16 Joe Roberts USA OnlyFans American Racing Team 115
3 79 Ai Ogura JPN MT Helmets - MSI 99
4 21 Alonso Lopez ESP Sync SpeedUp 79
5 18 Manuel Gonzalez ESP QJMOTOR Gresini Moto2 66
6 54 Fermin Aldeguer ESP Sync SpeedUp 63
7 44 Aron Canet ESP Fantic Racing 58
8 75 Albert Arenas ESP QJMOTOR Gresini Moto2 48
9 52 Jeremy Alcoba ESP Yamaha VR46 Master Camp Team 43
10 13 Celestino Vietti ITA Red Bull KTM Ajo 38
11 24 Marcos Ramirez ESP OnlyFans American Racing Team 35
11 35 Somkiat Chantra THA IDEMITSU Honda Team Asia 35
13 14 Tony Arbolino ITA Elf Marc VDS Racing Team 33
14 7 Barry Baltus BEL RW-Idrofoglia Racing GP 23
15 96 Jake Dixon GBR CFMOTO Aspar Team 20
16 28 Izan Guevara ESP CFMOTO Aspar Team 18
17 81 Senna Agius AUS Liqui Moly Husqvarna Intact GP 16
18 12 Filip Salac CZE Elf Marc VDS Racing Team 14
19 84 Zonta Van Den Goorbergh NED RW-Idrofoglia Racing GP 13
20 71 Dennis Foggia ITA Italtrans Racing Team 10
21 10 Diogo Moreira BRA Italtrans Racing Team 7
22 53 Deniz Oncu TUR Red Bull KTM Ajo 6
22 9 Jorge Navarro ESP KLINT Forward Factory Team 6
24 15 Darryn Binder RSA Liqui Moly Husqvarna Intact GP 5
25 5 Jaume Masia ESP Pertamina Mandalika GAS UP Team 3
26 64 Bo Bendsneyder NED Pertamina Mandalika GAS UP Team 2
26 34 Mario Suryo Aji IND IDEMITSU Honda Team Asia 2
28 23 Matteo Ferrari ITA QJMOTOR Gresini Moto2 1

Moto3 Standings

Pos No Rider Nat Team Pnts
1 80 David Alonso COL CFMOTO Aspar Team 143
2 96 Daniel Holgado ESP Red Bull GASGAS Tech3 106
3 95 Collin Veijer NED Liqui Moly Husqvarna Intact GP 95
4 48 Ivan Ortola ESP MT Helmets - MSI 80
5 64 David Muñoz ESP BOE Motorsports 60
6 6 Ryusei Yamanaka JPN MT Helmets - MSI 56
7 66 Joel Kelso AUS BOE Motorsports 46
8 31 Adrian Fernandez ESP Leopard Racing 45
8 99 Jose Antonio Rueda ESP Red Bull KTM Ajo 45
10 12 Jacob Roulstone AUS Red Bull GASGAS Tech3 42
11 36 Angel Piqueras ESP Leopard Racing 41
12 78 Joel Esteban ESP CFMOTO Aspar Team 35
13 72 Taiyo Furusato JPN Honda Team Asia 31
13 24 Tatsuki Suzuki JPN Liqui Moly Husqvarna Intact GP 31
15 82 Stefano Nepa ITA LEVELUP - MTA 29
16 58 Luca Lunetta ITA SIC58 Squadra Corse 24
17 54 Riccardo Rossi ITA CIP Green Power 16
18 10 Nicola Carraro ITA LEVELUP - MTA 15
19 18 Matteo Bertelle ITA Rivacold Snipers Team 14
20 7 Filippo Farioli ITA SIC58 Squadra Corse 11
21 19 Scott Ogden GBR MLav Racing 5
22 21 Vicente Perez ESP Red Bull KTM Ajo 3
22 85 Xabi Zurutuza ESP Red Bull KTM Ajo 3
24 22 David Almansa ESP Kopron Rivacold Snipers Team 2
24 55 Noah Dettwiler SWI CIP Green Power 2

MotoE Standings

Pos No Rider Nat Team Pnts
1 40 Mattia Casadei ITA LCR E-Team 132
2 21 Kevin Zannoni ITA Openbank Aspar Team 126
3 99 Oscar Gutierrez ESP Axxis-MSI 97
4 4 Hector Garzo ESP Dynavolt Intact GP MotoE 88
4 29 Nicholas Spinelli ITA Tech3 E-Racing 88
6 61 Alessandro Zaccone ITA Tech3 E-Racing 74
7 51 Eric Granado BRA LCR E-Team 70
8 9 Andrea Mantovani ITA Klint Forward Factory Team 69
9 11 Mattero Ferrari ITA Felo Gresino MotoE 61
10 55 Massimo Roccoli ITA Ongetta SIC58 Squadra Corse 52
11 81 Jordi Torres ESP Openbank Aspar Team 50
12 3 Lukas Tulovic GER Dynavolt Intact GP MotoE 48
13 77 Miguel Pons ESP Axxis-MSI 41
14 34 Kevin Manfredi ITA Ongetta SIC58 Squadra Corse 37
15 72 Alessio Finello ITA Felo Gresino MotoE 34
16 7 Chas Davies GBR Aruba Cloud MotoE Racing Team 19
17 6 Maria Herrera ESP Klint Forward Factory Team 16
18 80 Armando Pontone ITA Aruba Cloud MotoE Racing Team 14