Dani Pedrosa of Honda comes into the Aragon Grand Prix full of confidence after winning his first Grand Prix of the year at San Marino, while Yamaha's Valentino Rossi and Jorge Lorenzo will look to continue their good form and close the gap on riders' championship leader Marc Marquez.
Where to Watch Live
The first practice session of the Aragon Grand Prix, which takes place at the Brno Circuit, 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: MotorLand Aragon
- First MotoGP Race: 1963
- Circuit Length: 5.1km
- Race Distance: 116.8km
- No of Laps: 23
- Most Wins: Casey Stoner and Jorge Lorenzo (2)
- 2015 Winner: Jorge Lorenzo (Yamaha)
Rider's Championship Review
The 2016 MotoGP has been both an exciting and unpredictable one with eight different riders winning so far this season.
Marc Marquez of Honda has established himself at the top of the riders' standings with 223 points, 43 points ahead of his nearest competitor Valentino Rossi of Yamaha, while his teammate Jorge Lorenzo rounds up the top three with 162 points to his name.
What has been interesting is the fact that Marquez has won only three races this year and is still leading the riders' championship, which just shows the level of competition currently present in MotoGP.