How to watch 2023 Dutch MotoGP live and free in Australia
Francesco Bagnaia sits on top of the championship, but Jorge Martín is coming in hot.
The historic Dutch MotoGP returns in 2023, nearly 100 years since a motorcycle race was first run in the Netherlands in 1925.
This weekend's race is the last chance for MotoGP fans to catch the bikes before the July mid-season break.
When is the 2023 Dutch MotoGP?
The Dutch MotoGP will be held at TT Circuit Assen in the Netherlands from Friday 23 to Sunday 25 June AEST.
The main race kicks off on Sunday 25 June at 10pm AEST.
How to watch Dutch MotoGP 2023 live in Australia
If you're chasing all of the action, including practice and qualifying sessions, you'll need access to Foxtel Now, Foxtel iQ or Kayo.
With a subscription to one of those you can watch not only the Dutch MotoGP, but also every MotoGP race of the 2023 season.
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You can get a 10-day free trial of Foxtel Now if you're a new customer. In other words, you can watch the Dutch MotoGP in full at no cost.
Once your trial ends, you can keep watching MotoGP on Foxtel Now with the Sport pack, which you have to get on top of the base Essentials pack for a total of $54 a month.
You're able to watch Foxtel Now across many devices, including Mac and PC, Android and iOS mobile devices, streaming devices such as Chromecast, selected smart TVs and PlayStation 3 and 4.
Dutch MotoGP 2023 race preview
After being comfortably in the lead of the MotoGP rider's championship since the race in Spain, Francesco Bagnaia is now facing some serious pressure from Jorge Martín.
After 3 top 2 finishes in the last 3 races, including winning the most recent German MotoGP, Martín is closing in Bagnaia.
Bagnaia though won the Dutch MotoGP last year, so will be looking to go back-to-back and further repel Martín.
After the thrilling finish of last week's German MotoGP, you know we're in for one hell of a race here.Image: Kayo
For a full analysis of your viewing options, you can check out our MotoGP Australia broadcast guide.