How to watch MotoGP Grand Prix of Spain live and free
The revised 2020 MotoGP season is finally ready to roll, starting with the Jerez circuit in Spain. This is how to catch the high-octane action.
A MotoGP season that was supposed to start way back on 8 March will finally hit the track this week when the world's best motorcycle riders assemble in Spain. It will immediately be followed up by next weekends Grand Prix of Andalucía. The Australian and Qatar grands prix were among those that were cancelled due to the coronavirus pandemic.
Now, the sport's clear standout and six-time MotoGP world champion Marc Márquez is ready to lead the field out in his home country. Márquez is seeking a fifth straight title, but will have plenty of challenges once again in what is now a 13-race championship schedule.
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When is MotoGP Grand Prix of Spain?
MotoGP fans rejoice! Practice starts on Friday 17 July before qualifying is held over 2 sessions starting at 10:10pm AEST on Saturday 18 July. The MotoE, Moto3 and Moto2 classes have their races before the headline act gets underway with the MotoGP race at 10pm Sunday AEST.
How to watch MotoGP Grand Prix of Spain
If, like us, you are keen to watch the practice sessions, qualifying and race day for all Moto classes, you will need a subscription service to Kayo Sports, Foxtel or Foxtel Now. There is also some free-to-air coverage in Australia on 10 Bold or streaming service 10 play. We have all the details for you in our complete guide to the 2020 MotoGP season.
We think the best option for MotoGP and so much more global sport is Kayo Sports, so here we'll focus on what it has to offer.
How to watch Spanish MotoGP qualifying
The Spanish MotoGP qualifying can be watched on the same services as the main race. So that's Kayo Sports, Foxtel Now or Foxtel. As mentioned, qualifying starts on 18 July at 10:10pm AEST.
Stream MotoGP Grand Prix of Spain on Kayo Sports
Kayo Sports is a must-have for motorsport fans in Australia as MotoGP coverage is just the beginning. Every Formula 1 and V8 Supercars race is on Kayo, along with IndyCar, NASCAR, NHRA Drag Racing and more.
New customers can access a 14-day free trial to give it all a test run. After that, subscriptions are $25/month for the Basic package and 2 screens or devices. There is also a Premium option for $35/month that gives you 3 screens. There are no lock-in contracts, so you can cancel any time. More details are in our MotoGP guide.
Who will win MotoGP Grand Prix of Spain?
Could we nominate anyone else here apart from Marc Márquez? At just 27 years of age, he is the undisputed king of his sport and will be racing in front of his adoring fans.
Andrea Dovizioso, Maverick Viñales and Álex Rins are among those that will surely push him this year, while Australia's Jack Miller will hope to show further improvement on his Ducati. But we'll take the easy option and choose Márquez to start the season in style.
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