How to watch Valencia MotoGP streaming and TV

With two rounds to go Joan Mir could become mathematically champion 2020: here's where to watch the GP de la Comunitat Valenciana on TV and streaming.

It could be the Grand Prix that assigns the mathematical victory to the Suzuki rider Joan Mir the one that opens on Friday, November 13 in Valencia: with his 162 points, in fact, Mir is just a breath away from the title with two GPs to go. He is followed by Quartararo and Rins, both at 125 points, Vinales at 121 and Morbidelli at 117.

The Grand Prix of the Valencian Community is therefore the one in which the pursuers will have to give their best and, consequently, a great show is expected on the track. But Mir got to the top of the world championship by winning just one race, the European GP, and his strength has been consistency throughout the season. Non gli servirà per forza vincere le ultime due gare, quindi, per accaparrarsi il titolo di campione del mondo e questo rende la sfida ancor più affascinante. Ecco il calendario delle prove libere, delle qualifiche e della gara del GP di Valencia 2020 e dove vederlo, sia in streaming che in TV.

MotoGP Valencia 2020: il calendario

Ecco date e orari di prove libere, qualifiche e gara del Gran Premio di Valencia 2020 di MotoGP:

Venerdì 13 novembre

  • Ore 10:50 – prove libere 1 MotoGP
    Ore 14:25 – prove libere 2 MotoGP

Sabato 14 novembre

  • Ore 10:50 – prove libere 3 MotoGP
    Ore 14:10 – prove libere 4 MotoGP
    Ore 14.50 – qualifiche MotoGP

Domenica 15 novembre

  • Ore 8:55 – warm up
    Ore 14:00 – gara MotoGP

MotoGP Valencia 2020: dove vederlo

Il Gran Premio Motul de la Comunitat Valenciana dal Circuit Ricardo Tormo sarà visibile in diretta TV sul Sky Sport MotoGP e in differita su TV8. It is also possible to watch it in streaming: on Sky Go, Now TV and on DAZN, where you can also see the GP on demand. Activate now and watch the races of MotoGP live and on demand.