From July 5 to 7, the race is run on the Sachsenring circuit: find out how to watch the MotoGP German GP live streaming for free and on TV
On the weekend of July 5-7, the 2019 MotoGP German GP, the ninth round of the calendar, will be run on the Sachsenring circuit. We are now halfway through the season and we can draw the first conclusions. Marc Marquez has confirmed himself to be the strongest rider in the championship and the number one favorite to win the MotoGP world championship. Andrea Dovizioso, one of the contenders on the eve of the race, paid the price for some bad races and for a Ducati that did not always appear to be in top form. Marquez leads the world standings with 160 points, followed by Dovizioso with 44 points and Petrucci with 52 points.
On the Sachsenring circuit things are unlikely to change: the last six editions have been won by the Spanish rider of Honda. In the first free practice of the 2019 German GP Marc Marquez has already made a gap, posting more than three tenths to Alex Rins on Suzuki. In difficulty the Ducatis of Dovizioso and Petrucci, separated by almost eight tenths. Problems also for Valentino Rossi, who finished the free practice in tenth place with a delay similar to that of the two Ducatis. The "Doctor" is living a rather complicated period: in the last two grands prix he was not able to get to the finish line.
The 2019 German GP is a SkySport exclusive that will broadcast the race weekend on SkySport Uno and SkySport MotoGP channels. Those who don't have a Sky subscription will be able to watch the grand prix deferred on TV8, a digital terrestrial channel. For fans, there is also the possibility to watch the 2019 MotoGP German GP live streaming on SkyGo and on TV8's website.
MotoGP Germany 2019: qualifying and race schedule
Qualifying for the German GP is set for 2:10pm on Saturday, July 6 and concludes at 2:50pm. For Sunday's race, however, the appointment is for 14:00.
MotoGP 2019 German GP qualifying: Saturday, July 6 14:10
MotoGP 2019 German GP race: Sunday, July 7 14:00.
Where to watch MotoGP 2019 German GP on TV
The race weekend will be broadcast live on TV and exclusively by SkySport. To watch the 2019 German GP on TV you need to tune in to SkySport Uno (channel 201) or SkySport MotoGP (channel 208). If you don't have a Sky subscription, you'll have to make do with the deferred broadcast that will be aired on TV8, a free-to-air digital terrestrial channel. The deferred qualifying is set for 16:30, while for the grand prix the appointment is at 18:15.
How to watch the 2019 German GP in streaming on SkyGo
Sky subscribers have the opportunity to watch the 2019 MotoGP German GP in streaming on SkyGo, the on-demand platform of the satellite broadcaster. To access SkyGo you need to be registered on Sky's website and use one of the compatible devices: smartphones, tablets and computers. The SkyGo application can be downloaded from the Google Play Store and the App Store.
To follow the 2019 MotoGP German GP live streaming you need to launch SkyGo, enter your credentials and press on TV Channels. It will open the list with all the channels available in streaming and scrolling down you will find SkySport Uno or SkySport MotoGP. Select one of the two channels and press on the Play icon: in a few seconds the streaming of the 2019 German GP will start.
How to watch the 2019 MotoGP German GP in free streaming on SkyGo website
Also TV8 allows its users to watch the 2019 German GP in free streaming, albeit in deferred. To access TV8's website you don't have to pay any subscription fee, but only use a device with an Internet connection.
To follow the 2019 German MotoGP GP live streaming for free you have to open the browser of your device, enter the URL of TV8 and wait for the homepage to load. Within a few seconds the channel streaming will start and you will be able to watch the 2019 German GP for free.