How to watch MotoGP Czech Republic Grand Prix live and free
Reigning MotoGP champion Marc Marquez will be absent again as everyone tries to catch Fabio Quartararo in Brno. This is how to catch all the action.
Two races into the revamped MotoGP schedule and a new frontrunner has emerged that everyone else is chasing – Fabio Quartararo. With six-time world champion Marc Márquez struggling with injury, French youngster Quartararo has won both races to date for Yamaha.
Márquez broke his arm in the season-opening race in Spain and required surgery. He then attempted an unsuccessful comeback the following week and has since had another setback, ruling him out of Brno. On a brighter note, Valentino Rossi's drought-breaking third-place last time out will have rejuvenated the 41-year-old.
When is MotoGP Czech Republic Grand Prix?
The highly regarded Brno Circuit in the Czech Republic is the site for the third race of the young season. Qualifying will get underway at 10:10pm AEST on Saturday 8 August. The main event then commences at 10pm AEST on Sunday 9 August.
How to watch MotoGP Czech Republic Grand Prix
To catch all the practice sessions, qualifying and race day for all Moto classes, you need a subscription to Kayo Sports, Foxtel or Foxtel Now. There is some free-to-air coverage of the race itself in Australia on 10 Bold or streaming service 10 play. It is all spelled out in our guide to the 2020 MotoGP season.
Stream MotoGP Czech Republic Grand Prix on Kayo Sports
If you are new to Kayo Sports, it has a 14-day free trial. After the trial period, subscriptions are $25/month for the Basic package that lets you watch on 2 screens or devices at once. There is also a Premium option for $35/month that gives you a third screen.
On top of MotoGP, motorsports fans are well covered with Kayo who have over 50 sports. Every Formula 1, World Superbikes and V8 Supercars race, along with IndyCar, NASCAR, NHRA Drag Racing and more, is on the streaming service. Kayo is compatible with a wide range of devices, including Android and iOS, Apple TV, Telstra TV and much more. You can see it all in our Kayo Sports review.
Who will win MotoGP Czech Republic Grand Prix?
After just two races, it has quickly become clear that Quartararo is the man to beat. Long heralded for stardom, the 21-year-old has taken a big leap forward in his second season at MotoGP level. At this stage it is hard to predict anything but another Quartararo win in Brno.
Fellow Yamaha rider Maverick Viñales is his nearest challenger, finishing second in both races to date. Australia's Jack Miller is also keen to get his season back on track after crashing his Ducati in Andalucía to sit seventh in the rider standings.
Image source: Kayo Sports website
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