The MotoGP bandwagon moves to Catalunya, Spain, where the riders will take part in the seventh race of the season. Yamaha's Jorge Lorenzo returns to the circuit where he has notched up four consecutive wins. With the form he is in, a fifth win is not out of the question.
His teammate and seven-time world champion Valentino Rossi is the master of the circuit, having won the Catalunya Grand Prix six times in the past. Honda's Marc Marquez will not have fond memories of the circuit after failing to finish in the top three last year.
Where to watch live
The first practice session of the Spain MotoGP starts at 8.55am BST, with BT Sport 2 and BT Sports 2 HD providing live coverage in the UK.
Live coverage of the second practice session starts at 1.05pm BST. Real-time internet updates are available on MotoGP's official website.
- Circuit Name: Circuit de Catalunya, Barcelona
- First MotoGP Race: 1995
- Circuit Length: 4.7km
- Number Of Laps: 25
- Race Distance: 118.2km
- Most Wins: Valentino Rossi (6)
- 2015 Winner: Jorge Lorenzo (Yamaha)
- 2015 Pole: Jorge Lorenzo (Yamaha)
Riders' Championship review
The MotoGP 2016 has thrown in a few surprises this season, but there are no surprises as to who is leading the championship standings. Jorge Lorenzo of Yamaha currently has 115 points to his name, 10 more than Honda's Marc Marquez who has 105.
Valentino Rossi has put on some vintage performances to gain 78 points, which sees him on third and with Catalunya being among his favourite tracks, fans could be in line for yet another Rossi special.