The Mugello MotoGP race is on the schedule. It is the sixth race of the motorbike premier class in the 2023 season.

The Mugello Grand Prix will take place on Sunday 11 June. Start time of the race is at 14:00.

Here you can find all information about the Mugello MotoGP 2023: Schedule with practice sessions, qualifying, sprint races and Grand Prix, broadcast on TV and livestream, track as well as favourites.

MotoGP Mugello: Schedule & Broadcast

Date & Start time: When is the MotoGP Mugello Grand Prix?

The sixth race weekend of the 2023 MotoGP season sees the riders head to Europe. After Jerez in Spain, the premier class is now at Mugello in Italy. The motorbike world championship has been held here every year since 1991 (except 2020).

The race will start at 14:00 on Sunday, 11 June.

Basically, the MotoGP Mugello Grand Prix schedule will again span three days. On Friday, the first and second free practice sessions will take place (10:45 and 15:00).

On Saturday, qualifying is first on the agenda (10:50), before the sprint race over half the race distance takes place from 15:00.

Moto GP Mugello: Broadcast on TV and Livestream

Where will the MotoGP Mugello GP be broadcast live? The answer: live and exclusively on ServusTV.

In addition to the practice sessions, ServusTV will also broadcast the qualifying sessions, the sprint race and the Grand Prix. On Sunday, the races of the Moto3, Moto2 classes will be shown live on TV.

However, the MotoGP race from Mugello can be watched on Sunday not only via the broadcast on linear TV, but also via Livestream at ServusON.

The Mugello GP circuit

The Italian Grand Prix is held at the Autodromo Internazionale del Mugello. The circuit is located north of Florence.

The track is a total of 5.245 kilometres long, over which Formula 1 drivers also flew in 2020. The circuit offers a total of 15 bends.

In addition to the very long start-finish straight, the track is mainly curvy and therefore demanding for motorcyclists. Some of the bends are extremely fast and challenging.

Preview & Favourites Check

Who will win the MotoGP Mugello Grand Prix on Sunday?

If bet-at-home’s betting odds are anything to go by, Francesco Bagnaia is candidate number one to win the Italian GP. This is not surprising insofar as it concerns the world championship leader.

Bagnaia has already won two races of the season, two sprints and has been on pole twice. But his biggest title rival in Marco Bezzecchi is only one point behind.

In the MotoGP odds, he is therefore also in the first chasing position after his Jerez victory. The Spanish GP sprint winner Jorge Martin follows in equal second place.

Other candidates for victory at the Mugello GP, according to the betting odds, are Marc Marquez and Brad Binder. Both of them also have odds under 10.0.