MotoGP Aragon practice: Start time, live stream and what TV channel for Grand Prix 2018

MOTOGP heads to Aragon this weekend as Marc Marquez looks to continue his march to a fifth world championship.

But the Spaniard is without a win in the last four races, missing out in Austria, Czech Republic and San Marino while the British Grand Prix was abandoned due to rain.

 Andrea Dovizioso was the winner in San Marino

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Andrea Dovizioso was the winner in San Marino

When is MotoGP Aragon?

MotoGP Aragon will be held on Sunday, September 23 at 1pm.

Before that, practices one and two take place on Friday, September 21 at 8.55am and 1.05pm respectively.

Practice three will begin at 8.55am on Saturday, September 22 before the battle for pole begins at 1.10pm with qualifying.

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

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

Friday's coverage begins at 7.45am, with Saturday starting at 8am and race day coverage beginning at 7.30am on Sunday with the warm-ups

Each day's TV coverage on BT Sport will take in MotoGP, Moto2 and Moto3.

You can also live stream the full weekend on BTSport.com and on the BT Sport app with the enhanced video available on both platforms.

Where is MotoGP Aragon held?

MotoGP Aragon is held at MotorLand Aragon in the town of Alcaniz, around three hours from both Barcelona and Valencia.

The race was a regular fixture on the calendar as a street race through the town until safety concerns led to its demise and the new track was built.

Tito Rabat crashes in qualifying ahead of the British Moto GP

MOTOGP heads to Aragon this weekend as Marc Marquez looks to continue his march to a fifth world championship.