The most awaited event for Italian two-wheel fans is approaching: the 2018 Mugello GP. Here's how to follow it in live streaming on SkyGo or TV8
The circus of the MotoGP is preparing for the most awaited stage by all Italian fans of the two wheels: the Italian GP 2018. Over the weekend of Friday, June 1 to Sunday, June 3, Marc Marquez, Valentino Rossi, Andrea Dovizioso and all the other MotoGP riders will compete on the curves of Mugello.
For Honda's Spaniard, Marc Marquez, the 2018 Italian GP can be the right springboard to stretch further in the standings. At the moment, the 25-year-old has a 36-point lead over compatriot Vinales, who rides a Yamaha. The Italians, however, will try to put a spoke in Marquez's wheel. For Valentino Rossi this is a different track from the others, while Dovizioso is racing at home here and will want to do well. The race has a bittersweet taste for Lorenzo, who is now living separately at home with Ducati, but who is already planning his return in grand style with Yamaha. In short, the premises for a GP of Mugello with high emotions are all there. So here's how to follow the MotoGP race in streaming without missing a single overtaking or a curve from the free practice to the challenge for the podium.
Mugello Grand Prix 2018: tv schedules
The emotions of the Italian GP 2018 begin on Friday morning (June 1) at 9.00 am with the free practice of Moto3, at 9.55 am the MotoGP takes to the track followed by the Moto2. In the afternoon, second free practice session from 1.10pm, again with Moto3, followed by MotoGP from 2.05pm. Saturday, June 2nd, same times for the third and final free practice session. Moto3 starts at 9.00am, then at 9.55am Valentino Rossi and co. and at 10.55am the Moto2 free practice session concludes. In the afternoon, everyone tuned in from 2.10pm for Q1 and Q2 of the MotoGP. Qualifying at 12.35 for Moto3 and at 15.05 for Moto2. On Sunday, June 3rd, wake up early for the Warm Up at 8.40am and then at 2pm all ready to cheer for the MotoGP start. The Moto3 race starts instead at 11.00 and Moto2 at 12.40.
How to watch the 2018 Italian Grand Prix in live streaming on Sky Go
Sky will broadcast for its Sky Sport MotoGP subscribers every moment of the race at Mugello. Starting with the classic Thursday press conference and ending with interviews and in-depth reports from the paddock after each race session. Subscribers to Sky Sport MotoGP will also be able to watch all of the free practice, qualifying, and the race for both the premier class and the Moto3 and Moto2 classes. For those unable to watch the 2018 Mugello GP from the comfort of their sofa at home, there is the Sky Go alternative. Thanks to Sky's streaming platform we can watch the entire racing weekend directly from our smartphone, PC or tablet. To do so we just need to access the platform by connecting to the SkyGo website or downloading the app. Then we'll have to enter our credentials and once we're logged in we'll connect to the Sky Sport MotoGP channel. And that's it.
How to see the GP of Mugello 2018 live streaming on TV8
Non-subscribers to Sky Sport can rest assured, the Italian GP 2018 in fact is among the races that will be broadcast free to air and live on TV8 as well. Obviously in this case they will miss part of the in-depth analysis and features available only to Sky Sport MotoGP subscribers, but it is still a unique opportunity for two-wheel fans to follow the Mugello race. Those who can't watch TV8 sitting on the couch at home can easily connect to the channel's website and watch live streaming from there, using a smartphone, a tablet or a notebook.