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We’re back on the track ahead of race number four in the 2024 MotoGP season, as the World Championship continues with the Spanish Grand Prix from the Circuito de Jerez – Angel Nieto in Jerez, Andalusia. The three meetings so far have seen three different winners, so expect plenty more action, excitement and unpredictability in today’s race. 

Spain’s Maverick Vinales won the third race of this MotoGP season at Texas’ Grand Prix of the Americas, and has shot up the rankings for this year’s World Championship, currently sitting third behind leader Jorge Martin and back-to-back reigning champion Francesco Bagnaia. 

First hosted in 1950, the Spanish Grand Prix is one of the biggest and longest-running events on the MotoGP calendar, and is the first of four meetings this season to be held in Spain. Angel Nieto, who the Circuito de Jerez is named after, won 11 races at this event prior to the advent of the current MotoGP World Championship.

Ahead of the fourth race of the MotoGP season, The Sporting News has you covered with all the timings, TV and streaming details that fans across the globe can follow, as we tune in for the 2024 Spanish Grand Prix. 

MORE: Full MotoGP schedule for the 2024 World Championship season

What time is the MotoGP Spanish Grand Prix race today?

The 2034 Spanish Grand Prix race begins at 2:00 p.m. local time (CET) from the Circuito de Jerez – Angel Nieto, and here’s how that translates across some of the major territories:

  Date Start time
USA Sunday, April 28 8:00 a.m. ET
Canada Sunday, April 28 8:00 a.m. ET
UK Sunday, April 28 1:00 p.m. BST
Australia Sunday, April 28 10:00 p.m. AEST
India Sunday, April 28 5:30 p.m. IST

How to watch MotoGP Spanish Grand Prix: TV channel, live stream

The Spanish Grand Prix is the fourth race of the 2024 MotoGP World Championship season and takes place at the Circuito de Jerez – Ángel Nieto, in Jerez, Spain on Sunday, April 28. 

Here’s how to watch the 2024 Spanish Grand Prix across selected areas of the world’s major regions:

Region TV channel Streaming
USA TruTV Max, Sling TV
Canada REV TV


UK TNT Sports Discovery+
Australia Fox Sports Kayo Sports, Foxtel Now
India Eurosport+ Viacom18

USA: TruTV is the place to catch this race on terrestrial television in the US, and for streaming options, Sling TV is your best bet, with Max also providing coverage both live and on catch-up for MotoGP fans stateside

Canada: Canadian MotoGP fans can watch English-speaking coverage of the 2024 MotoGP season via REV TV, with streaming also available on TSN+

UK: This race will be available to watch in the UK on TNT Sports, whose broadcast feed is also shown on Discovery+‘s streaming service.

Australia: Fox Sports is the place to go for your MotoGP action in Australia, as well as providing streaming options on Foxtel Go and Kayo.

India: Eurosport+ is the home of MotoGP in India, and will be showing the race live on terrestrial TV, while fans can also stream the action with Viacom18.

If the MotoGP is not available to watch live in your location or if you’re traveling abroad, you can use a Virtual Private Network (VPN). VPNs offer a secure and private online connection, allowing you to bypass geographical restrictions to access your favourite streaming services from any device anywhere in the world.

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When is the next MotoGP race after the Spanish Grand Prix?

This weekend’s Spanish Grand Prix kicks off a long leg of races held in Europe as the 2024 MotoGP race begins to really get going. It’s the first of four meetings in Spain alone this year, and we’ll soon be in Barcelona for the Grand Premi de Catalunya on May 26. 

Between those two meetings though, there’s the small matter of the Bugatti Circuit in Le Mans to contend with, as the Michelin Grand Prix de France gets underway on May 12. One of the spiritual homes of motorsport, the Le Mans leg of this season’s calendar is followed first by the Catalan Grand Prix, and the next eight races after that will all be on Eurasian soil (including Kazakhstan). 

Italy, Kazakhstan, the Netherlands, Germany, Great Britain and Austria all follow after the Gran Premi de Catalunya, before a third Spain-based meeting of the season in Aragon. 

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