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MotoGP 2024: Schedule, riders, odds & how to watch

Check out all the details on the 76th FIM Road Racing World Championship - or MotoGP, as it has been known since 2002.

Last year witnessed Ducati's Francesco Bagnaia became the first rider to retain his MotoGP crown since Marc Marquez in 2019, with the Italian holding off the charge of Jorge Martin to seal the championship in the final race at Valencia.

Here is all the information you need to know on the 2024 MotoGP season, which commenced in Qatar in March.

2024 MotoGP schedule

Pre-season testing begins in Malaysia in February, before another two-day test in Qatar prior to the season commencing at Lusail International Circuit on Friday 8th March.

The 22-race calendar includes the series' inaugural visit to Kazakhstan, with the final round taking place in Valencia on Sunday 17th November.

2024 MotoGP calendar

  • 8th-10th March: Grand Prix of Qatar (Lusail International Circuit)
  • 22nd-24th March: Portuguese Grand Prix (Algarve International Circuit)
  • 5th-7th April: Argentinian Grand Prix (Termas de Rio Hondo)
  • 12th-14th April: Grand Prix of The Americas (Circuit of The Americas, Austin)
  • 26th-28th April: Spanish Grand Prix (Jerez - Angel Nieto)
  • 10th-12th May: French Grand Prix (Le Mans)
  • 24th-26th May: Grand Prix of Catalunya (Circuit de Barcelona-Catalunya)
  • 31st May-2nd June: Italian Grand Prix (Mugello)
  • 14th-16th June: Grand Prix of Kazakhstan (Sokol International)
  • 28th-30th June: Dutch TT (Assen)
  • 5th-7th July: German Grand Prix (Sachsenring)
  • 2nd-4th August: British Grand Prix (Silverstone)
  • 16th-18th August: Austrian Grand Prix (Red Bull Ring - Spielberg)
  • 30th August-1st September: Grand Prix of Aragon (Aragon)
  • 6th-8th September: San Marino Grand Prix (Misano)
  • 20th-22nd September: Indian Grand Prix (Buddh International)
  • 27th-29th September: Indonesian Grand Prix (Mandalika International)
  • 4th-6th October: Japanese Grand Prix (Motegi)
  • 18th-20th October: Australian Grand Prix (Phillip Island)
  • 25th-27th October: Thailand Grand Prix (Chang International)
  • 1st-3rd November: Malaysian Grand Prix (Sepang)
  • 15th-17th November: Valencia Grand Prix (Ricardo Tormo)

2024 MotoGP rider line-up changes

The biggest talking point of the silly season revolved around Marc Marquez's departure from Honda, with the eight-time world champion set to partner his brother Alex in the blue of Gresini Racing.

Francesco Bagnaia and Enea Bastianini will once again ride with Ducati Lenovo Team, while Marco Bezzecchi remains with Mooney VR46 Racing Team.

2023 runner-up Jorge Martin will be joined by Franco Morbidelli at Prima Pramac Racing, with the outgoing Johann Zarco joining LCR Honda Castrol. 

Alex Rins will be in the factory blue of Yamaha alongside 2021 champion Fabio Quartararo and in the GASGAS Tech3 KTM team, Pedro Acosta replaces Pol Espargaro.

2024 MotoGP riders & teams

Ducati 
Francesco Bagnaia 
Enea Bastianini

Yamaha 
Fabio Quartararo 
Alex Rins

Aprilia
Maverick Viñales
Aleix Espargaro

Honda 
Joan Mir 
Luca Marini

KTM 
Brad Binder 
Jack Miller

Trackhouse Racing
Raul Fernandez 
Miguel Oliveira

Pramac Ducati 
Franco Morbidelli
Jorge Martin

Gresini Racing
Marc Marquez
Alex Marquez

Mooney VR46 Ducati 
Fabio Di Giannantonio
Marco Bezzecchi

GasGas Tech3 KTM 
Augusto Fernandez 
Pedro Acosta

LCR Honda 
Takaaki Nakagami 
Johann Zarco

2024 MotoGP how to watch

In the UK, all practice, qualifying, sprint races and grands prix will be shown live on TNT Sports.

A highlights package will be broadcast on ITV4 and is available to stream via the ITV Hub Streaming Service (UK only).

2024 MotoGP odds

Championship leader Jorge Martin is the current favourite to win a maiden MotoGP title ahead of two-time champion Francesco Bagnaia.

Check out the latest MotoGP odds here

French Grand Prix - Race Result

  1. Jorge Martin
  2. Marc Marquez
  3. Francesco Bagnaia
  4. Enea Bastianini
  5. Maverick Vinales
  6. Fabio Di Giannantonio
  7. Franco Morbidelli
  8. Brad Binder
  9. Aleix Espargaro
  10. Alex Marquez
  11. Raul Fernandez
  12. Johann Zarco
  13. Augusto Fernandez
  14. Takaaki Nakagami
  15. Alex Rins
  16. Luca Marini
  17. Fabio Quartararo (DNF)
  18. Jack Miller (DNF)
  19. Miguel Oliveira (DNF)
  20. Joan Mir (DNF)
  21. Marco Bezzecchi (DNF)
  22. Pedro Acosta (DNF)

Grand Prix of Catalunya - Schedule & Times

Friday 24th May

  • Practice One: 10.45-11.30 (09.45-10:30 BST)
  • Practice Two: 15.00-16.00 (14.00-15.00 BST)
Saturday 25th May
  • Practice Three: 10.10-10.40 (09.10-09.40 BST)
  • Qualifying One: 10.50-11.05 (09.50-10.05 BST)
  • Qualifying Two: 11.15-11.30 (10.15-10:30 BST)
  • Sprint Race: 15:00 (14:00 BST)
Sunday 26th May
  • Race: 14:00 (13:00 BST)

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