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How to watch MotoGP in 2022: Live streams, start times & more



MotoGP is gearing up for a triple-header, starting this weekend in Spain for the Aragon Grand Prix. Fans in the UK will be able to catch the race at 1pm on BT Sport 2, while those on the US West Coast can watch at 5am, and those on the East Coast at 8am.

The following weekend sees teams jet off to Japan (25 September) and then immediately to Thailand for the third race in three weeks on 2 October.

Of course, you want to know how you can watch the races, so here’s everything you need to know about the action this weekend as well as the full 2022 calendar, plus your options for streaming as well as watching on TV.

When is the Aragon MotoGP race start time?

Sunday 18 September at 2pm local time (that’s 1pm BST – live on BT Sport 2)

Free practice is televised on Friday and Saturday, followed by Qualifying. Here’s the schedule for the weekend (times in BST)

Friday 16 September Free practice 1: 8.55-9.40am, Free practice 2: 1.10-2.55pmSaturday 17 September Free practice 3: 8.55-9.40am; Free practice 4: 12.30-1pm; Qualifying: 1.10-1.50pmSunday 18 September Warmup: 8.40-9am; Race start – 1pm

Here are the start times around the world:

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Here’s the full schedule for the weekend (all times are in BST):

Friday 16 September08:00-08:40 Moto3 FP108:55-9:40 MotoGP FP19:55-10:35 Moto2 FP1 12:15-12:55 Moto3 FP213:10-13:55 MotoGP  FP214:10-14:50 Moto2  FP2

Saturday 17 September08:00-8:40 Moto3 FP308:55-9:40 MotoGP FP39:55-10:35 Moto2 FP3 11:35-11:50 Moto3 Q112:00-12:15 Moto3 Q212:30-13:00 MotoGP FP413:10-13:25 MotoGP Q113:35-13:50 MotoGP Q2

14:10-14:25 Moto2 Q114:35-14:50 Moto2 Q2Sunday 18 September08:00-08:10 Moto3 Warm Up08:20-08:30 Moto2 Warm Up08:40-09:00 MotoGP Warm Up10:00 Moto3 Race11:20 Moto2 Race13:00 MotoGP Race

Is MotoGP shown on free-to-air TV?

In some countries it is, such as Australia, but in most places you’ll need to have the right paid-for TV package.

In the UK, for example, BT Sport has exclusive rights to live coverage until 2024.

Race highlights are available on ITV4.

If you don’t have BT broadband, you can still get BT Sport by buying the Monthly Pass, which costs £25. But for those who do have BT broadband, adding a TV package is simple.

In the USA, although NBC Sports Network was shut down at the end of 2021, NBC still has the broadcast rights for MotoGP and is showing every race of the 2022 season on NBC and CNBC. Only some will be shown live with the rest broadcast later on the same day.

Here’s a list of the broadcasters in various countries and regions that (as far as we know) will show MotoGP races in 2022:

UK: BT Sport 2 USA: NBC & CNBC – full list of broadcast times hereAustralia: Fox Sports, 10Canada: beIN SportsAfrica: SuperSportAsia: Fox SportsBelgium: Canal +Benelux: EurosportBrazil: Fox SportsCzech Republic Slovakia: Nova SportFrance: C8Germany: Servus TVGreece: CosmoteTvIndian Subcontinent: OSportIndonesia: Trans7Italy: SkyJapan: G+Japan: HuluLatina America: ESPNMexico: ESPN2Netherlands: Ziggo SportPoland: Polsat SportPortugal: Sport TVRussia: motorsport.tvSpain: DAZNSweden: ViaSatSwitzerland: SRFThailand: PPTV HD

Wherever you are in the world, you can get the MotoGP VideoPass, which lets you stream live and on-demand coverage of every GP on your devices – and TV if you have an Android TV, Apple TV, Roku or Amazon Fire TV.

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It usually costs 199.99€, but as we’re half way through the season, it’s now a Half Season Pass for €100 which is approximately £84/US$113. Streaming is in Full HD – not UHD sadly – but it also includes 45,000 videos to watch dating back as far as 1992.

Watch MotoGP with a VPN

Using a VPN allows you to watch MotoGP even if you’re not in your home country when a race is on. You simply launch the VPN, connect to a server in your country and, from abroad, you can watch as if you were at home.

Of course, this works the other way round, too, and allows you to watch races on TV networks which stream online but are region-locked. You may still need an account for that TV service, but with a good VPN such as NordVPN or PureVPN, you can get around those regional blocks.

For more, read our guide to the best VPN for streaming.

MotoGP 2022 calendar

This season sees two new tracks, the first at the newly built Mandalika International Street Circuit in Indonesia.

The other new track is the KymiRing in Finland, and it will be the first Finnish GP since 1982.

Round

Race Date

Start time

Country

Circuit

1

6 March

3pm GMT

Qatar

Losail

2

20 March

7am GMT

Indonesia

Mandalika

3

3 April

7pm BST

Argentina

Termas de Rio Hondo

4

10 April

8pm BST

USA

Circuit of the Americas

5

24 April

2pm BST

Portugal

Portimao

6

1 May

1pm BST

Spain

Jerez

7

15 May

1pm BST

France

Le Mans

8

29 May

1pm BST

Italy

Mugello

9

5 June

1pm BST

Spain

Catalunya

10

19 June

1pm BST

Germany

Sachsenring

11

26 June

1pm BST

Netherlands

Assen

12

10 July

1pm BST

Finland

Kymiring CANCELLED

12

7 August

2pm BST

Great Britain

Silverstone

13

21 August

1pm BST

Austria

Red Bull Ring

14

4 September

1pm BST

Italy

Misano

15

18 September

1pm BST

Spain

Motorland

16

25 September

7am BST

Japan

Motegi

17

2 October

9am BST

Thailand

Chang

18

16 October

4am BST

Australia

Phillip Island

19

23 October

8am BST

Malaysia

Sepang

20

6 November

1pm BST

Spain

Ricardo Tormo

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