MotoGP qualifying Thailand: Start time, live stream, TV channel, and circuit info for the Thai Grand Prix

MOTOGP heads to Thailand after Marc Marquez got back to winning ways on home turf in Aragon.

That victory has put the Spaniard a massive 72 points ahead of second placed Andrea Dovizioso in the world championship.

 MotoGP makes its debut in Thailand this weekend

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MotoGP makes its debut in Thailand this weekend

When is MotoGP Thailand?

MotoGP Thailand will commence at 8am on Sunday, October 7.

Moto3 will be held at 5am with Moto2 at 6.20am.

Before that, qualifying will be held at 8.10am on Saturday, October 6.

What TV channel is it on and can I live stream it?

The MotoGP race weekend will be live on BT Sport 2.

Friday coverage began at 2.45am, with Saturday set to commence at 3am ahead of practice three with the broadcast of qualifying beginning at 6am.

Race day coverage will begin at 2.30am on Sunday, ahead of Moto3.

To live stream the race, simply download the BT Sport app.

Where is MotoGP Thailand held?

MotoGP Thailand is held at the Buriram International Circuit, 250 miles north of Bangkok.

Designed by German architect Hermann Tilke, it has 12 turns and has hosted MOTUL FIM Superbike World Championship racing at since 2015.

Buriram, which translates into 'City of Happiness', is making its MotoGP debut this season.

Tito Rabat crashes in qualifying ahead of the British Moto GP

MOTOGP heads to Thailand after Marc Marquez got back to winning ways on home turf in Aragon.