Franco Morbidelli has secured his maiden MotoGP pole position at the Catalan Grand Prix. Here's how and when you can watch the race.
With Yamaha riders dominating qualifying once again, it was Morbidelli's turn to take pole position as he beat Petronas SRT team-mate Fabio Quartararo to a first pole position by two-tenths of a second.
Jack Miler has disrupted the Yamaha party at the front by taking fourth place for Pramac, pushing Emilia Romagna GP winner Maverick Vinales into fifth place, with Avintia Ducati's Johann Zarco rounding out the second row.
With KTM's Pol Espargaro seventh, Joan Mir's mixed fortunes in qualifying continued with the Suzuki rider only eighth.
While factory Ducati rider Danilo Petrucci claimed ninth place in qualifying, team-mate and current MotoGP championship leader Andrea Dovizioso's woes continued and he will start the Catalan GP down in 17th place after failing to progress through Q1.
When is the MotoGP Catalan Grand Prix?
• Date: Sunday 27th September 2020
• Start time: 3:00pm CET, 2:00pm BST
The start time for each of the races - Moto3, Moto2 and MotoGP - is one hour later than the usual European schedule, to allow television broadcasters to avoid a clash between the Catalan MotoGP and Formula 1's Russian GP.
How can I watch the Catalan MotoGP?
In the United Kingdom, BT Sport have 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 1:30pm BST, directly after the Moto2 race.
BT Sport will also be showing the Moto3 and Moto2 races from Circuit de Barcelona-Catalunya before the Catalan MotoGP.
MotoGP also offers a live video streaming service to watch every practice, qualifying and race for all classes.
Weather forecast for the Catalan MotoGP
Current weather forecasts predict cloudy but dry conditions at the Circuit de Barcelona-Catalunya on race day, with a high of 19 degrees Celsius for the start of the MotoGP race - two degrees cooler than from qualifying.
MotoGP Catalan Grand Prix starting grid
|1||Franco Morbidelli||Petronas Yamaha||Yamaha||1m38.798s|
|2||Fabio Quartararo||Petronas Yamaha||Yamaha||0.210s|
|4||Jack Miller||Pramac Ducati||Ducati||0.427s|
|6||Johann Zarco||Avintia Ducati||Ducati||0.580s|
|11||Takaaki Nakagami||LCR Honda||Honda||0.915s|
|12||Miguel Oliveira||Tech3 KTM||KTM||1.390s|
|14||Francesco Bagnaia||Pramac Ducati||Ducati||0.979s|
|16||Cal Crutchlow||LCR Honda||Honda||1.190s|
|19||Iker Lecuona||Tech3 KTM||KTM||1.692s|
|22||Tito Rabat||Avintia Ducati||Ducati||2.215s|