Reigning World Champion Francesco Bagnaia once again leads the overall MotoGP™ class. The Italian has won 5 races this season and has 283 points. The Ducati rider is followed by two other Ducati, namely Juan Martin (247 points) and Marco Bezzecchi (218 points). Pecco Bagnaia sees his opponents point the tip of their nose, especially the Spaniard who won the last Grand Prix in San Marino and finished on the podium in the previous race in Catalonia. This weekend, the drivers of the premier class travel to India on the Buddh International Circuit. Inaugurated in 2011, this track is one of the novelties of this 2023 MotoGP™ World Championship. The riders will therefore discover a track already frequented by their Formula 1™ comrades, which they consider to be technical. In a slightly reduced configuration, however, it covers 4.96 kilometers, making this GP the sixth longest circuit on the calendar. The track has 8 turns, with a straight line of more than one kilometer. The race has 24 laps, the equivalent of 119 kilometers. Which channel broadcasts the MotoGP Indian GP™,™ and what time to watch the race live?
MotoGP™ Indian Grand Prix™ live broadcast: which channel to watch the match on?
The MotoGP™ Indian Grand Prix™ takes place this Sunday, September 24. The race starts at 10:30 am French time. If you want to experience the MotoGP™ Indian GP™ live, go to the CANAL+ channel. To follow the broadcast of free practice, qualifying and the sprint race, go to the CANAL+ SPORT 360 channel.
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