How to follow the 2023 Sepang MotoGP™ Test

After The Flag returns for the best analysis and coverage of the vital three-day Official Test, plus Live Timing, interviews and more!

MotoGP™ action officially returns on Friday as all 22 premier class stars take to the track for the first time in 2023. It's an incredibly important three days of action as the five factories get to work on fine-tuning and developing what they hope will be the motorcycle to win the MotoGP™ World Championship. 


It all kicks off on Friday, February 10th, and runs through to Sunday, February 12th. Taking place at the Sepang International Circuit in Malaysia, the track action will start at 10:00 local time (GMT+8) every day and lasts until 18:00, before there's then a Practice Start session from 18:00 until 18:15.


Live Timing is available on across all three days so you can stay on top of who's where, as well as plenty of other information about their lap times and different runs. There'll also be in-depth reports at the halfway stage and once the chequered flag waves every day, so you can read who was fastest, what parts have been tested and where the big stories of the day are emanating from. 

We'll be live from the Sepang International Circuit on MotoGP™'s social media channels at 14:00 local time every day as Jack Gorst and Simon Crafar debrief the key moments and speak to the men at the heart of the action.

Then, from 17:30 local time every day until 19:00, After The Flag will be live to provide a full overview of the day's action. Pitlane reporter and 500cc Grand Prix winner Crafar will once again be joined by eagle-eyed tech reporter Gorst in Malaysia, and the show in Barcelona will be anchored by commentators and presenters Louis Suddaby and Neil Morrison. After The Flag will analyse all the action and bring you exclusive interviews with riders and key personnel throughout.

Stay tuned to and all of MotoGP™'s Social Media channels for extensive updates and highlights throughout the Sepang Test as 2023 kicks into gear.