Published on September 18th, 2023
In just under a week, the Buddh International Circuit in Greater Noida, Uttar Pradesh, is gearing up to host a historic event: the inaugural MotoGP race in India, also known as the MotoGP BharatGP.
Scheduled from September 22nd to the 24th, this exciting occasion will mark the debut of the MotoGP Bharat (Indian Grand Prix).
An impressive roster of 22 riders, representing 11 different teams, is poised to participate in a series of thrilling events throughout the weekend.
These events encompass practice sessions, qualifying rounds, an electrifying sprint race, and, of course, the highly anticipated Grand Prix feature race.
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Within this fierce competition, the 11 participating teams will vie for victory aboard motorcycles from renowned manufacturers such as Honda, Yamaha, KTM, Ducati, and Aprilia.
Notably, the idea of hosting a major two-wheeled championship at the Buddh International Circuit has been in the works for some time, with a World Superbike Championship event originally planned for the mid-2010s, though it faced multiple postponements and eventual cancellation.
Now, the collective ambition is to ensure the successful realization of the India MotoGP.
MotoGP BharatGP ‘2023: Buddh Circuit Schedule
Indian Grand Prix Timeings: MotoGP
|Thursday, Sep 21||MotoGP GearUP||03:00 pm|
|MotoGP Podcast||03:05 pm|
|MotoGP Pre-Event Press Conference 1||04:00 pm|
|MotoGP Pre-Event Press Conference 2||04:35 pm|
|Friday, Sep 22||BharatGP MotoGP Free Practice Nr. 1||11:45 am|
|BharatGP MotoGP Practice||04:30 pm|
|Saturday, Sep 23||BharatGP MotoGP Free Practice Nr. 2||10:40 am|
|BharatGP MotoGP Qualifying||11:20 am|
|BharatGP MotoGP Sprint||03:30 pm|
|Sunday, Sep 24||BharatGP MotoGP Race||03:30 pm|
|Indian Grand Prix Timeings: Moto2|
|Friday, Sep 22||BharatGP Moto2 Practice Nr. 1||10:35 am|
|BharatGP Moto2 Practice Nr. 2||02:50 pm|
|Saturday, Sep 23||BharatGP Moto2 Practice Nr. 3||09:55 am|
|BharatGP Moto2 Qualifying||01:20 pm|
|Sunday, Sep 24||BharatGP Moto2 Race||01:45 pm|
|Indian Grand Prix Timeings: Moto3|
|Friday, Sep 22||BharatGP Moto3 Practice Nr. 1||09:30 am|
|BharatGP Moto3 Practice Nr. 2||01:45 pm|
|Saturday, Sep 23||BharatGP Moto3 Practice Nr. 3||09:10 am|
|BharatGP Moto3 Qualifying||01:20 pm|
|Sunday, Sep 24||BharatGP Moto3 Race||12:30 pm|
Where To Watch The 2023 Indian Grand Prix
In 2023, JioCinema will offer free MotoGP race streams. Download the app for free from Google Play Store or Apple Store. Enjoy MotoGP BharatGP on smart TVs for convenience.
JioCinema offers unrestricted access, available anytime, even without a Jio SIM card. The app is compatible with iOS 7+ for iPhones and iPads and Android 4.3+ for Android devices. For Samsung Tizen, version 2.4+ is required.
How To Get MotoGP BharatGP Tickets In India?
Moto GP Bharat tickets are selling fast, with the initial batch of the lowest-priced tickets at Rs 800 already sold out.
Presently, ticket prices range from Rs 2,500 to Rs 40,000 per ticket, offering access to the full three-day event.
You can secure your tickets through two primary channels: the official Moto GP website or the online ticketing platform, BookMyShow. Don’t miss out on this thrilling event!
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How To Get The MotoGP Video Pass
Fans can catch MotoGP’s live qualifying sessions, practice rounds, and races as they happen. Plus, enjoy on-demand access to past races and concise video highlights. In September, the MotoGP Video Pass is available for Rs 6,209. Don’t miss the action!
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