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How to watch 2022 German MotoGP live and free in Australia


Germany is the next stop on the European stretch of the MotoGP season with the Sachsenring playing host to a huge round of racing.

SUMMARY: The German MotoGP is exclusive to Fox Sports, so to watch the main race you need Foxtel iQ, Foxtel Now or Kayo Sports. Kayo currently has a 14-day free trial for new users.

The European tour continues with the German MotoGP as the schedule gets busy with the third race in 4 weeks.

Fabio Quartararo was victorious in Spain a fortnight ago, with Australia's Jack Miller finishing 14th on a tough day at the office.

Quartararo leads the Drivers' Championship overall on 147 points with Aleix Espargaró in second place on 125. Miller currently sits 9th.

When is the German MotoGP?

The main race of the German MotoGP will kick off at 10pm AEST on Sunday 19 June. The event is taking place at the Sachsenring in Saxony, Germany.

How to watch MotoGP Germany in Australia

If you're chasing all of the action, including practice and qualifying sessions, you'll need access to Foxtel iQ, Foxtel Now or Kayo Sports.

To see which service is best for you, you can check out our Kayo vs Foxtel guide here.

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Watch German MotoGP on Kayo Sports

If you want to experience every moment of the 2022 MotoGP season, Kayo Sports is your best bet. It live streams all MotoGP category races, including Moto2 and Moto3, as well as every practice, qualifying session and race. It also has every race from other motorsport championships such as F1 and V8 Supercars, so it's an essential option for true motorsport fans.

Kayo also covers over 50 sports and comes with a host of unique features that are sure to appeal to sports fans in general.

Besides a mammoth library of sports content live and on-demand, Kayo Sports also enables users to stream up to 4 events on the same screen with the SplitView feature. You can avoid spoilers for certain events thanks to the No Spoilers setting or use Key Moments to watch only the best bits.

Subscriptions to Kayo start from $25 a month and that lets you watch on 1 device at a time. If you're after more simultaneous streams, the Basic package at $27.50 a month allows 2 while the Premium package has up to 3 at once for $35 a month.

For new users, Kayo Sports offers a 14-day free trial, meaning you could watch the German MotoGP at no cost.

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Stream German MotoGP on Foxtel

Like Kayo, Foxtel iQ is broadcasting every round of the MotoGP Championship live, including the practice and qualifying sessions as well as the race itself. You'll need a Foxtel pay TV subscription and currently the Sports HD pack is $74 a month with no lock-in contract. It's more expensive than Kayo Sports if you only want access to sports content. Once that's done, you can watch MotoGP live on TV or stream races to your mobile device/laptop with the Foxtel GO app. The app is free for all Foxtel customers.

Another option for those eager to keep up with everything MotoGP-related is Foxtel Now, the pay TV giant's live streaming platform. It enables you to watch Foxtel content live and on-demand, so it may be a worthy alternative to the traditional pay TV subscription.

To watch MotoGP live, you will need to add the Sport pack to the base Essential pack. The standard cost is $54 a month, but you get access to a lot of great non-sport content as well. However, again if you only want sport, Kayo is cheaper. You don't get the user interface or viewing features of Kayo. There is currently a deal for Foxtel Now where if you sign up for 12 months, you can get the Sports Plus pack for $29 a month.

Foxtel Now offers new subscribers a 10-day free trial, offering another way to watch the German MotoGP at no cost.

German MotoGP race preview

This track in Germany is one of the shortest on the MotoGP tour and also historically one of the slowest, which makes for an interesting tactical battle.

MotoGP Germany stats

Defending champion Marc Marquez, a man who has dominated this track over the years, will be absent due to ongoing injury concerns, meaning a new winner will be crowned in Germany.

Frenchman and season leader Quartararo was outstanding at the Catalan GP and must clearly be at the top of the predictions.

The tighter turns and long straights do perhaps allow Yamaha to perform strongly here as well. It will be an intriguing battle.

You can see our full guide here for more information on streaming the entire MotoGP season.

Image source: Kayo Sports website

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