After the first three rounds in Qatar and the American continent, MotoGP returns to Europe for the 2018 Jerez de la Frontera GP. Here's how to watch the race
After the emotions of the Grand Prix of the Americas, MotoGP returns to Europe for the first round of the season in the Old Continent. From Friday, May 4 to Sunday, May 6, it will be raced on the Spanish asphalt for the 2018 Jerez de la Frontera GP.
A race that promises to be more fought and uncertain than ever. Marc Marquez, who will try to take advantage of the field factor, will want to repeat the success obtained two weeks ago in Texas, while the leader of the rider standings, our Andrea Dovizioso riding his Ducati, will try to climb the top step of the podium to extend the distance from the Spanish rider. The Jerez track will hold fewer unknowns for the riders than previous adventures away from Europe: the Andalusian track is used by MotoGP teams for winter testing in preparation for the World Championship. Last year Dani Pedrosa won here, ahead of the usual Marquez, while Lorenzo was content with the lowest step of the podium: watching live streaming of the Jerez GP we'll know if the Spanish trio will be able to repeat last year's success.
Jerez de la Frontera Grand Prix 2018: tv schedules
The MotoGP weekend begins at 5pm on Thursday 3 May, when the riders will be busy with the usual pre-race press conference. As early as Friday morning, the action gets into full swing with the first free practice session: it starts at 8:55am, followed at 9:50am by the MotoGP free practice at Jerez de la Frontera. The second free practice session starts at 1:05pm with Moto 3; space for Moto GP from 2pm. On Saturday morning, from 8:50 am, the third and last free practice session, while in the early afternoon official practice is scheduled to determine the starting grid. The fight for the MotoGP starts at 12:30 pm with the Moto 3, while the Moto 2 riders will be on track at 3 pm. MotoGP practice will start at 2:05pm. On Sunday, May 6, the Moto3 boys will be the first to start at 11am, while Moto2 is scheduled to start at 12:20pm. Finally at 14:00 will give battle the champions of Moto GP.
How to watch the Grand Prix of Jerez de la Frontera 2018 live streaming on Sky Go
The fourth round of the 2018 Moto GP season will be live exclusively on Sky Sport Moto GP. Only subscribers to the service will therefore be able to follow the race live. In addition to Free Practice, Qualifying and the race, subscribers will also be able to follow interviews from the paddock, warm up and in-depth reports from the studio at the end of each race session. And if we are planning a weekend away, no problem. Thanks to the SkyGo streaming service we will be able to follow every moment of the 2018 Jerez de la Frontera GP. How to do it? Simple, just access the SkyGo platform with your Sky account. Once logged in we look for the Sky Sport MotoGP channel and that's it. We will be able to watch the race on tablets, PCs and smartphones.
How to watch the MotoGP Spanish Grand Prix in deferred and streaming on TV8
For those who are not subscribers to Sky there is the possibility to see the synthesis of the qualifying on Saturday, May 5 at 19:45 and to see the deferred of the Jerez de la Frontera race on Sunday at 21. It will be enough to have a device with an Internet connection to follow the program in streaming directly on the TV8 website.