MotoGP Netherlands 2018 qualifying: Start time, what TV channel and live stream for Dutch Grand Prix at Assen

THE next stop on the MotoGP tour is Assen in the Netherlands.

Spaniard Marc Marquez has only failed to obtain a top 2 finish twice this season while Valentino Rossi will be looking to close the widening gap between himself and the Spaniard at the top of the Championship.

 Marc Marquez will not want a repeat of his disastrous experience in Italy where he fell off his bike

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Marc Marquez will not want a repeat of his disastrous experience in Italy where he fell off his bike

When is MotoGP Netherlands?

The Dutch MotoGP will take place on Sunday, July 1.

It will begin at 1pm.

Before that, practice one will be held on Friday, June 29 at 8.55am with practice two following at 1.05pm.

Practice three begins on Saturday, June 30 at 8.55am before the battle for pole with qualifying at 1.10pm.

The race will take place on TT Circuit Assen.

What TV channel is it 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 7.55am 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, including a 360 degree ride on-board with France's Johann Zarco.

Who is winning the MotoGP world championship?

Honda's Mark Marquez leads the pack with 27 points more than Valentino Rossi in second place.

Mark Vinales, Johann Zarco, and Danilo Petrucci make up the top 5.

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THE next stop on the MotoGP tour is Assen in the Netherlands.