Want to watch the German MotoGP race? Here’s what you need to know, including dates, race start times and where to stream it. This weekend MotoGP heads to the Sachsenring near Chemnitz in Germany for the 10th round of the season. Fans in the UK will be able to catch the race at 1pm on BT Sport 2, while those on the US West Coast can watch at 5am, and those on the East Coast at 8am.
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Of course, you want to know how to watch, so here’s everything you need to know about the action this weekend as well as the full 2022 calendar, plus your options for streaming as well as watching on TV.
Note that the Finnish GP has been cancelled, and we’ve updated the calendar below to reflect that. This means there are now 20 races. The Grand Prix isn’t happening due to the “geopolitical” situation in the country, as well as the fact that work on the track has been delayed.
When is the German MotoGP race start time?
Sunday 19 June at 2pm local time (that’s 1pm BST – live on BT Sport 2)
Free practice is televised on Friday and Saturday, followed by Qualifying. Here’s the schedule for the weekend (times are BST, not local time – for local times, scroll down for the full schedule)
In some countries it is, such as Australia, but in most places you’ll need to have the right paid-for TV package.
In the UK, for example, BT Sport has exclusive rights to live coverage until 2024.
Race highlights are available on ITV4, with the next race’s shown on 20 Jun at 8pm.
If you don’t have BT broadband, you can still get BT Sport by buying the Monthly Pass, which costs £25. But for those who do have BT broadband, adding a TV package is simple.
In the USA, although NBC Sports Network was shut down at the end of 2021, NBC still has the broadcast rights for MotoGP and will show every race of the 2022 season on NBC and CNBC. Only some will be shown live with the rest broadcast later on the same day.
Here’s a list of the broadcasters in various countries and regions that (as far as we know) will show MotoGP races in 2022:
UK: BT Sport 2
USA: NBC & CNBC – full list of broadcast times here
Australia: Fox Sports, 10
Canada: beIN Sports
Asia: Fox Sports
Belgium: Canal +
Brazil: Fox Sports
Czech Republic Slovakia: Nova Sport
Germany: Servus TV
Indian Subcontinent: OSport
Latina America: ESPN
Netherlands: Ziggo Sport
Poland: Polsat Sport
Portugal: Sport TV
Thailand: PPTV HD