MotoGP Bharat GP: Here’s When, Where and How to Watch Indian GP in India

MotoGP's debut in India will mark a major milestone for the Indian motorsport ecosystem. In 2013, Buddh International Circuit last hosted the Formula 1 Indian GP. It has been years since the circuit hosted a top-level international racing event.

By Divyam Dubey | on September 18, 2023 Follow us on Autox Google News

In less than a week, the Buddh International Circuit in Greater Noida, Uttar Pradesh, will host the first-ever MotoGP race in India which is also known as the MotoGP BharatGP. From the 22nd to the 24th of September, the very first MotoGP Bharat (Indian Grand Prix) will take place.  A total of 22 riders, representing 11 teams, are set to participate in a series of events over the course of the weekend. These events include practice sessions, qualifying rounds, a sprint race, and the highly anticipated Grand Prix feature race. The 11 participating teams will engage in a competitive race with motorcycles produced by esteemed manufacturers like Honda, Yamaha, KTM, Ducati, and Aprilia. The idea of holding a big two-wheeled championship at the Budh International Circuit is not new. The mid-2010s saw the cancellation of a planned World Superbike Championship event that had been postponed many times. It is everyone's goal to see the India MotoGP through to a successful conclusion.

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MotoGP BharatGP: 2023 Buddh International Circuit Race Timings in India  

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Indian Grand Prix Timings: MotoGP

Thursday, September 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, September 22

BharatGP MotoGP Free Practice Nr. 1 - 11:45 am

BharatGP MotoGP Practice - 04:30 pm

Saturday, September 23

BharatGP MotoGP Free Practice Nr. 2 - 10:40 am

BharatGP MotoGP Qualifying - 11:20 am

BharatGP MotoGP Sprint - 03:30 pm

Sunday, September 24

BharatGP MotoGP Race - 3:30 pm

Indian Grand Prix Timings: Moto2

Friday, September 22

BharatGP Moto2 Practice Nr. 1 - 10:35 am

BharatGP Moto2 Practice Nr. 2 - 02:50 pm

Saturday, September 23

BharatGP Moto2 Practice Nr. 3 - 09:55 am

BharatGP Moto2 Qualifying - 01:20 pm

Sunday, September 24

BharatGP Moto2 Race - 01:45 pm

Indian Grand Prix Timings: Moto3

Friday, September 22

BharatGP Moto3 Practice Nr. 1 - 09:30 am

BharatGP Moto3 Practice Nr. 2 - 01:45 pm

Saturday, September 23

BharatGP Moto3 Practice Nr. 3 - 09:10 am

BharatGP Moto3 Qualifying - 01:20 pm

Sunday, September 24

BharatGP Moto3 Race - 12:30 pm

Also Read: MotoGP Bharat GP: Indian Rider KY Ahmed to Compete in Moto3 Class at Buddh International Circuit

MotoGP: Where to Watch the 2023 Indian Grand Prix

For the following MotoGP races in 2023, JioCinema will continue to provide free watching options. Both the Google Play Store and the Apple Store provide free access to software downloads. The aforementioned streaming service may be conveniently accessed through smart televisions, hence facilitating consumers' ability to see the MotoGP BharatGP event.

People may utilise JioCinema's services whenever they want since they have unrestricted access to it. Consequently, it is possible to access and watch real-time events without the need to possess a Jio SIM card. The application displays connectivity with iPhones and iPads operating on iOS 7 or subsequent iterations. A minimum requirement of Android version 4.3 is necessary for the use of the Android operating system. A minimum need of version 2.4 is necessary for the Samsung Tizen operating system.

How to Get MotoGP BharatGP Tickets in India?

Moto GP Bharat tickets are on sale now - the lowest-priced tickets for Rs 800 have already sold out. The current ticket prices vary from Rs 2,500 to Rs 40,000 per ticket. The ticket provides attendees with admission to the whole of the three-day event. Tickets are available for purchase via two primary channels: the official website of Moto GP or the online ticketing platform BookMyShow.

MotoGP Video Pass

Viewers have the opportunity to see MotoGP qualifying sessions, practice sessions, and races in real time. In addition, individuals have the opportunity to see recorded broadcasts of previous races as well as condensed video summaries. The cost of a MotoGP Video pass in September will be Rs 6,209.


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