Maverick Vinales starts from pole position for the MotoGP San Marino Grand Prix. Here's how and when you can watch the race.
The Yamaha rider smashed the MotoGP lap record at Misano to claim his second pole of the season and led a Yamaha 1-2-3-4 ahead of Petronas SRT pair Franco Morbidelli and Fabio Quartararo, with Valentino Rossi heading up the second row on the factory Yamaha.
Jack Miller fronted the charge for the rest of the MotoGP field with fifth place to qualify directly in front of Pramac Ducati team-mate Francesco Bagnaia who returns from injury at Misano.
With Suzuki pair Alex Rins in seventh and Joan Mir in eighth, world title contender Andrea Dovizioso will start the San Marino GP from ninth place as the Ducati rider looks to overturn a three-point deficit on current championship leader Quartararo.
With Johann Zarco 10th for Avintia Ducati, it was a qualifying to forget for Styrian GP polesitter Pol Espargaro as he crashed in Q2 for KTM, which he blamed on having to progress through Q1. The Spaniard will start from 11th ahead of Styrian GP winner Miguel Oliveira (Tech3 KTM).
Cal Crutchlow has withdrawn from the Misano double-header due to a build-up and leaking of fluid from his recently-operated on arm, which is at risk of infection.
When is the MotoGP San Marino Grand Prix?
Date: Sunday 13th September 2020
Start time: 2:00pm CET, 1:00pm BST
How can I watch the San Marino MotoGP?
In the United Kingdom, BT Sport has exclusive live broadcasting rights, with Quest TV set to show highlights. The race will be shown live on BT Sport 2, with coverage starting at 12:30pm BST, directly after the Moto2 race.
BT Sport will also be showing the MotoE, Moto3 and Moto2 races from Misano before the San Marino MotoGP.
MotoGP also offers a live video streaming service to watch every practice, qualifying and race for all classes.
Weather forecast for the San Marino MotoGP
Current weather forecasts predict sunny and hot conditions at Misano on race day, with a high of 27 degrees Celsius for the start of the MotoGP race - the same conditions from qualifying.
MotoGP San Marino Grand Prix starting grid
|2||Franco Morbidelli||Petronas Yamaha||0.312s|
|3||Fabio Quartararo||Petronas Yamaha||0.380s|
|5||Jack Miller||Pramac Ducati||0.641s|
|6||Francesco Bagnaia||Pramac Ducati||0.643s|
|10||Johann Zarco||Avintia Ducati||0.807s|
|12||Miguel Oliveira||Tech3 KTM||0.912s|
|14||Takaaki Nakagami||LCR Honda||0.971s|
|17||Tito Rabat||Avintia Ducati||1.380s|
|18||Iker Lecuona||Tech3 KTM||1.427s|