How to see MotoGP of Europe streaming and TV

The weekend of November 6 to 8, the MotoGP of Europe will be raced on the Ricardo Tormo circuit in Valencia: here's where to see it streaming and TV

New appointment for the MotoGp of Europe on the weekend of November 7 and 8, 2020. The MotoGP will be run at the Ricardo Tormo circuit in Valencia and it will be the first of two stages on the Spanish route. If the restrictions for the Covid-19 will not create problems, the last stage in the program will be run in Portugal.

The race will start on Friday, November 6th with the free practice of MotoGp, Moto2 and Moto3 and then move on to qualifying on Saturday 7th and finally to the races on Sunday 8th. At the top of the MotoGP standings is the Spaniard Joan Miro with 137 points, followed by the Frenchman Fabio Quartararo with 123 points and by Maverick Vinales riding the Yamaha with 118 points. Not far behind are Italians Franco Morbidelli and Andrea Dovizioso, at 112 and 109 points respectively, while Japanese rider Takaaki Nakagami drops out of the top 5 and finishes in seventh place at 92 points.

MotoGP of Europe, the Ricardo Tormo Circuit

The Ricardo Tormo Circuit is located in Valencia and hosted the first GP and the Spanish championship in 1999. the course is 4 kilometers long and includes five right turns and eight left turns. The track will be traveled by the World Championship riders in a counterclockwise direction, ending the lap along an 876-meter straight.

Dominating the circuit have often been the Spaniards: Dani Pedrosa and Jorge Lorenzo have recorded 4 victories each, while Marc Marquez has crossed the finish line first 2 times and in 2019 set the track record of 1'31.116''.

MotoGp of Europe, schedules from November 6 to 8

The first day of this MotoGP weekend opens on November 6 with free practice of the circuit for Moto3, Moto2 and MotoGp riders. Then on Saturday, November 7, we move on to qualifying and from Sunday, November 8, the race gets underway. The times, as already happened at the Aragon circuit, have been postponed by an hour.

Friday 6 November

10.00-10.40 Moto3 Free Practice 1

10.55-11.40 MotoGP Free Practice 1

11.55-12.35 Moto2 Free Practice 1

13.35-14.15 Moto3 Free Practice 2

14.30-15.15 MotoGP Free Practice 2

15.30-16.10 Moto2 Free Practice 2

Saturday, November 7

10.00-10.40 Moto3 Free Practice 3

10.55-11.40 MotoGP Free Practice 3

11.55-12.35 Moto2 Free Practice 3

13.15-13.55 Moto3 Qualifying (Q1-Q2)

14.10-14.40 MotoGP Prove libere 4

14.50-15.30 MotoGP Qualifiche (Q1-Q2)

15.50-16.05 Moto2 Qualifiche (Q1-Q2)

Domenica 8 novembre

9.00-9.20 Moto3 Warm Up

9.30-9.50 Moto2 Warm Up

10.00-10.20 MotoGP Warm Up

11.00 Moto3 Gara

12.20 Moto2 Gara

14.00 MotoGP Gara

MotoGp d’Europa, dove vederlo in streaming e in TV

Il Gran Premio di MotoGp d’Europa dal circuito di Valencia sarà visibile in diretta TV sul canale 208 Sky Sport MotoGP e in streaming su Sky Go. Inoltre, sarà visibile in differita su TV8. Oppure è possibile vederlo in streaming: su Sky Go, Now TV e su DAZN, dove è possibile vedere il GP anche on demand. Attiva ora e guarda le gare di MotoGP Moto2 Moto3 live e on demand.