The SHARK Grand Prix de France is due to begin on May 12 in Le Mans, and anticipation is at an all-time high. There will be a significant turning point in the history of the world championship when the paddock travels to France for the fifth round of the 2023 season. Le Mans, one of the most recognisable racetracks in the world, will host the 1000th grand prix event in the history of motorcycle racing, which got its start on the Isle of Man in 1949. After fracturing the first metacarpal in his right hand in Portugal, eight-time world champion Marc Marquez will return to action this weekend with his Repsol Honda Team RC213V. Injuries have forced Aprilia's Miguel Oliveira and Ducati's Enea Bastianini to sit out the Le Mans races; their respective replacements, Lorenzo Savadori and Danilo Petrucci will compete in the French GP instead. The 2023 MotoGP season has been exciting to say the least, and Francesco Bagnaia of Ducati has taken control of the rider championship.
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MotoGP: 2023 French Grand Prix Timings
French MotoGP start times
Friday, May 12
French MotoGP P1 - 2:15 pm
French MotoGP P2 - 6:30 pm
Saturday, May 13
French MotoGP FP - 1.40 pm
French MotoGP Qualifying - 2.20 pm
French MotoGP SPR - 6:30 pm
Sunday, May 14
French MotoGP - 5:30 pm
MotoGP: Where to Watch the 2023 French Grand Prix
JioCinema will show the 2023 MotoGP for free and in real-time. Both the Google Play Store and the Apple Store have the application available for free. On your smart TV, you can also watch the same content.
JioCinema is free for every person to use as much as they want. So, you don't have to have a Jio SIM card to watch the sessions in real-time. The app works on iPhones and iPads with iOS 7 or higher, Android phones with 4.3 or higher, and all Samsung Tizen devices with 2.4 or higher.
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MotoGP Video Pass
MotoGP also has an official streaming service that lets you watch practice, qualifying, the race, and highlights of the races. A MotoGP Video pass may be purchased for a yearly charge of Rs 12,608.
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