The 2019 MotoGP season is shaping up to be an exciting one, with a number of challengers attempting to dethrone reigning champion Marc Marquez.
With nineteen must-see fixtures throughout the year, you won’t want to miss a minute of the action, and using this available trial you won’t have to, regardless of whether it’s available on free to air TV in your city or state.
2019 MotoGP Championship Season
The 2019 MotoGP season kicked off with the Grand Prix of Qatar on March 11, which was won by Ducati Team’s Andrea Dovizioso. The Argentine Grand Prix will follow with all eyes on reigning champ Marc Marquez, in what’s been an exciting start to the year for teams and riders. The season will continue to meander across the globe, covering parts of Europe, Asia, South America, and Australia.
Thailand will be a new stop on the tour in 2019, with tournament organisers adding in the Thailand Grand Prix to the latter stages of the season. The race will run on October 6, and will be the penultimate fixture on the calendar. The British Grand Prix will run at Silverstone Circuit for what may be the last time, with the brand new Circuit of Wales scheduled to host it in the future. The race was initially intended to take place at the new circuit this season, but delay constructions have forced it to remain at Silverstone.
2019 MotoGP LIVE TV Fixtures
|11 March||LIVE: MotoGP Grand Prix Qatar||4:00 AM||Fox Sports|
|1 April||LIVE: MotoGP Grand Prix Argentina||5:00 AM||Fox Sports|
|15 April||LIVE: MotoGP Grand Prix Americas||5:00 AM||Fox Sports|
|05 May||LIVE: MotoGP Grand Prix Spain||10:00 PM||Fox Sports|
|19 May||LIVE: MotoGP Grand Prix France||10:00 PM||Fox Sports|
|02 June||LIVE: MotoGP Grand Prix Italy||10:00 PM||Fox Sports|
|16 June||LIVE: MotoGP Grand Prix Catalunya||10:00 PM||Fox Sports|
|30 June||LIVE: MotoGP Grand Prix Netherlands||10:00 PM||Fox Sports|
|7 July||LIVE: MotoGP Grand Prix Germany||10:00 PM||Fox Sports|
|04 August||LIVE: MotoGP Grand Prix Czech||10:00 PM||Fox Sports|
|11 August||LIVE: MotoGP Grand Prix Austria||10:00 PM||Fox Sports|
|25 August||LIVE: MotoGP Grand Prix Great Britain||10:00 PM||Fox Sports|
|15 September||LIVE: MotoGP Grand Prix San Marino||10:00 PM||Fox Sports|
|22 September||LIVE: MotoGP Grand Prix Aragon||10:00 PM||Fox Sports|
|06 October||LIVE: MotoGP Thailand Grand Prix||6:00 PM||Fox Sports|
|20 October||LIVE: MotoGP Grand Prix Japan||4:00 PM||Fox Sports|
|27 October||LIVE: MotoGP Grand Prix Australia||3:00 PM||Ten/Fox Sports|
|03 November||LIVE: MotoGP Grand Prix Malaysia||6:00 PM||Fox Sports|
|18 November||LIVE: MotoGP Grand Prix Valencia||11:00 PM||Fox Sports|
*Fixtures shown as Sydney time. The channel Ten MotoGP free to air TV schedule will have one live event in 2019, the Grand Prix Australia in October at Phillip Island, while Foxtel will air every 2019 MotoGP championship LIVE and in HD.
Stream the 2019 MotoGP Championship
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2019 MotoGP Championship Preview
In all, the 2019 season will run for eight months. Having kicked off on March 11 in Qatar, the best riders in the world will make their way across the globe over 19 exciting rounds, culminating with the Valencia Motorcycle Grand Prix on November 18. Each Grand Prix will see the top 15 riders earn points, with 25 going to first place, 20 to second, all the way down to a solitary point for the 15th placed rider.
Marc Marquez has won five of the previous six MotoGP Championships, including the past three, and is fast on his way to becoming one of the all-time greats of the sport. If he can salute again this season, he will become the first man since Valentino Rossi in 2004 to win four consecutive Championships. Having finished second during the opener in Qatar, he is considered the favourite to do just that, but he will face some stiff competition from the likes of Dovizioso, Maverick Vinales, and of course Valentino Rossi.