It all comes down to this. A captivating season concludes in Valencia with Francesco Bagnaia looking to cap a remarkable turnaround by winning his first MotoGP world title.

After overturning a 91-point deficit, the Ducati rider is on the brink of becoming the first Italian champion since his mentor Valentino Rossi in 2009.

He needs to finish 14th or higher in the season finale to clinch the premier class title, with reigning champion Fabio Quartararo waiting in the wings if he slips up.

Read on to find out all you need to know about how to watch this weekend’s Grand Prix of Valencia live on BT Sport.


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2022 Valencia MotoGP: Race preview

After eight months and 19 races, the paddock heads to Valencia for what promises to be a thrilling weekend with the MotoGP and Moto2 titles up for grabs.

Bagnaia has a 23-point lead over second-placed Quartararo and is in pole position to claim the premier class crown after moving closer to his first world title with victory in the Malaysian Grand Prix.

It was his seventh win of the season and fifth in the last nine races, a sensational run that has put him on the brink of a triumph that looked impossible at the season’s halfway stage.

The title will be his if he finishes 14th or better at the Gran Premio Motul de la Comunitat Valenciana. Quartararo must win and hope Bagnaia is P15 or lower to defend his title.

“For Valencia, we like to understand that we can be strong enough without forcing as I did yesterday,” said the championship leader after a stunning performance in Sepang.

“Valencia is a track that I like,” added Quartararo. “Last year was not our best race, but the only thing I need to do is fight for the win.”

The top three will also be decided in Spain, with Aleix Espargaro and Enea Bastianini likely to battle it out for third, although they can still both finish second.

Jack Miller can also technically claim third, but he is 23 points off the pace and would require an unlikely turn of events to finish above Espargaro and Bastianini.

In Moto2, Augusto Fernandez and Ai Ogura will go head-to-head for the title after the Japanese rider dramatically crashed out in the last lap in Malaysia.

The Spaniard leads by 9.5 points ahead of the decider which will also determine the fate of the teams’ title.

This weekend will be the first title decider since 2017 as Bagnaia looks to complete one of the greatest comebacks the sport has seen and win his first MotoGP title.

2022 Valencia MotoGP: Race times

Friday 4 November

Free Practice 1: 8am, BT Sport 2


Saturday 5 November

Free Practice 3: 8am, BT Sport 2

Qualifying: 11am, BT Sport 2


Sunday 6 November

Warm-ups: 8am, BT Sport 2

Moto3 race: 9.15am, BT Sport 2

Moto2 race: 11am, BT Sport 2

MotoGP race: 12.30pm, BT Sport 2

Chequered Flag: 2pm, BT Sport 2

2022 Valencia MotoGP: Track guide

The Circuito de la Comunitat Valenciana is a 4km track comprising of five right-handed corners, eight left handers and an 876m straight.

Jorge Lorenzo and Dani Pedrosa both have the most wins at the track with four and, notably, Bagnaia has the best race lap which he recorded last year.

The 150,000-capacity venue has held races since 1999 and traditionally holds the last race of the season.

How to live stream the 2022 Valencia MotoGP on a phone or tablet

Anyone wanting to watch the race weekend can open the BT Sport app during the times listed above and follow the link on homepage.

The app is available to download for free on iOS and Android phones and tablets.

How to live stream the 2022 Valencia MotoGP on a laptop

Head to at the times listed above to find a live stream link to the action taking place across the weekend.

On Sunday, watch Race Day via the enhanced video player by following this link.

How to watch the 2022 Valencia MotoGP on TV

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