The MotoGP championship is one of the most exciting in the world and you would never want to miss a race: here's how to follow it in streaming and on TV.
Rectilinear tracks at 300 kilometers per hour, corners with knees and elbows marking the asphalt, tensions, contacts and sometimes even accidents of those that close the stomach just to watch them through a screen, as in the tragic high-speed collision (and very dangerous) between Zarco and Morbidelli in the GP of Austria 2020, fortunately without consequences.
These are just some of the elements that make MotoGP an exciting sport and therefore very popular with those who are seduced by everything that is propelled by an engine making noise or playing a symphony, as a fan of two wheels would say. But the MotoGP championship is spectacular for everyone, fans and not-so-enthusiasts alike, and for this reason it captures the attention of the entire world. So those who follow the MotoGP championship not too assiduously may wonder where to watch it in streaming, then on the move via a mobile device, or on TV, comfortable on the couch with the company of a friend or a beer.
How to see MotoGP on TV
Unlike with soccer, to see MotoGP on TV is not strictly necessary a subscription. It is enough to receive the digital terrestrial channels to enjoy the prowess on the track for free, accepting, however, the pawn of a delayed transmission.
Tv8 transmits the MotoGP championship free to air with a delay of a few hours compared to the broadcasters that have purchased the TV rights for the live transmission of the grand prix. However, sometimes Tv8 transmits in real time what happens between the kerbs of the circuit, so it is worth checking the schedule of the broadcaster in order to understand when the GP will be broadcast and if it will be live or delayed.
Those who follow the MotoGP championship on a regular basis generally prefer to subscribe to one of the broadcasters that have purchased the TV rights to watch live the traffic lights going off. The first option is to subscribe to Sky's Sport package, on which every MotoGP race is broadcast. In this case you need a satellite system consisting of satellite dish and decoder, or alternatively you can choose to broadcast via the internet with the Sky Q decoder.
Then there is DAZN, which like Sky holds the rights to broadcast all the events of the MotoGP championship. DAZN is a multi-platform service, so grand prix - like other content - can be streamed on your home TV if you own a device including Windows, Mac, or Linux computers, set-top-boxes, smart TVs (with Android TV, Samsung Tizen and LG Web OS), Google Chromecast, Amazon Fire TV Stick, Apple TV, TIM Box, Vodafone TV, Xbox One, One S, One X, Xbox Series X and Series S, PlayStation 4 and PlayStation 5.
How to watch MotoGP streaming
It's a different matter if you don't want to miss a single appointment of the MotoGP championship even when you're not at home or you don't have a TV at your disposal.
In this case it's essential to have a good internet connection, fast and stable as the fiber optic ones, or alternatively a connection via cellular data network (4G or 5G) with the same qualities in terms of signal stability and speed. The options remain three, and coincide with those seen above.
You can follow MotoGP through the Sky Go app for PC, Android or iOS smartphones and tablets, through the DAZN app which is available for both Android and iOS devices and for all of those listed above, or for free on free (despite very often deferred) through Tv8's streaming programming.