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How to watch the Portuguese Grand Prix live online, TV guide and race times
How to watch the Portuguese Grand Prix live online, TV guide and race times

How to watch the Portuguese Grand Prix live online, TV guide and race times

How to watch the Portuguese Grand Prix live online; Disclosure: This post may contain affiliate links meaning we can receive a commission if you click on a link and buy something that we have recommended

Rather than heading to the United States and Argentina after Qatar’s season opener, the MotoGP paddock will descend to Portimao, where the 2020 final took place last November.

Despite the Qatar race victories being shared by Yamaha factory duo Maverick Vinales and Fabio Quartararo, Pramac’s Johann Zarco leads the early MotoGP riders’ standings thanks to his few second places. To check stream quality by paid $ 6.99.

Behind that trio, Ducati’s Francesco Bagnaia also enjoyed a solid Qatar double-header, culminating in a podium in race one, to take fourth in the drivers’ standings, just ahead of Suzuki duo Alex Rins and defending MotoGP World Champion Joan Mir.

Why does MotoGP race in Portugal?

With rounds in the United States and Argentina postponed due to travel restrictions with COVID-19, the MotoGP organizers added a second race in Qatar and a return to Portimao to close the gap at the start of the 2021 season.

The Portuguese GP returned to the MotoGP calendar for the first time since 2012 last year, while last November’s event marked the first time the Grand Prix World Championship had competed at the Portimao circuit.

Timings of the 2021 MotoGP session

MotoGP will run its standard schedule over the Portuguese GP weekend, with two practice sessions of 45 minutes each on Friday. On Saturday, the third practice also lasts 45 minutes, with the top 10 on the combined FP1-2-3 timesheet automatically entering the second quarter of qualifying. A final 30 minute FP4 session will be held on Saturday afternoon prior to qualifying.

In Q1 of qualifying, all riders who have not finished in the top 10 of the combined practice times will participate, with the top two finishers advancing to Q2 in addition to the top 10 who secured an automatic spot through their practice times.

Q2 is the pole position shootout that determines the order of the front four rows, with the rest of the grid organized at Q1 times, for the Portuguese GP on Sunday.

Moto2 and Moto3 are also in action during the Portuguese GP, while the Moto2 race takes place after the MotoGP race.

Friday, April 16, 2021

Free training 1: 9: 55-10: 40 am BST (9: 55-10: 40 pm local)
Free training 2: 2: 10-2: 55 pm BST (2: 10-2: 55 pm local)

Saturday April 17, 2021Portugal

Free training 3: 9: 55-10: 40 am BST (9: 55-10: 40 am local)
Free Training 4: 1:30 PM – 2:00 PM BST (1:30 PM – 2:00 PM local)
Qualifying: 2.10-2.50pm BST (2.10-2.50pm local)

Sunday April 18, 2021
Warm up: 9:30 am – 9:50 am BST (9:30 am – 9:50 am local)

Race: 1:00 pm BST (1:00 pm local)

 

Recommended options for Portuguese MotoGP on TV and live stream

The PremiumTV offers full coverage of Portugal 2021 MotoGP coverage and they promise to deliver full HD experience. At PremiumTV, you can watch Portugal’s Moto GrandPrix 2021 live without any long-term commitment and without blackout. You can get Portugal 2021 MotoGP Live on PremiumTV for $ 6.99

Every MotoGP session – from practice to qualifying to races – is shown live on BT Sport.

There are multiple ways to get BT Sport. If you are already a BT Broadband customer, you can add it to your existing contract for an additional $ 6.99. For new customers, broadband and BT TV packages start at £ 39.99 per month.

If you don’t have or don’t want BT broadband, you can add BT Sport to existing broadband or TV services, including Sky, TalkTalk and Virgin.

You can also buy a non-contract BT Sport monthly pass for just £ 25 per month, which will get you live-streamed sports content for a month without having to take out a long contract.

Way to watch the highlights of Portugal’s 2021 MotoGP

Quest TV is expected to broadcast highlights throughout the 2021 season.

Highlights are likely to be shown every Monday evening after a race weekend.

Get free MotoGP races live streaming links for each Grand Prix before the start of each MotoGP session. You can watch MotoGP live streaming in HD for free using PremiumTV left. Fox Sports 1 live streaming of MotoGP races will be available on their official website.

BT Sport 2 to have all MotoGP races live on TV, while BT Sport app allows the users to watch MotoGP live streams online on laptops, iOS and Android mobile devices. UK fans can subscribe to BT Sport for £ 6 a month.

UK racing fans can watch live coverage of MotoGP on BT Sport 2. The BT Sport app and official website show MotoGP live streaming on a desktop computer, mobile phones and laptop.

The UK fans can also download the BT Sport app available for iOS, Android and Windows 10 devices to watch MotoGP live streaming HD. BBC has no TV or streaming rights to it stream the MotoGP live race in Europe.

Trans7 will have a live race in Indonesia and Fox Sports in Australia. Sky Italia is the official broadcaster of MotoGP Live in Italy, while beIN SPORTS will host live MotoGP races in the US and the Middle East.

Indian motorsport watchers can watch the race and the MotoGP live stream on the Sony Six channel.

The US racing viewers can watch MotoGP streaming on beIN Sports which owns the official broadcasting rights of MotoGP 2020.In Australia there are a number of options to watch the MotoGP streaming, Network Ten and Fox Sports offer coverage via the paid subscription while Bold is a free-to-air channel in Australia.

TV channels broadcasting MotoGP: In the United States, beIN Sports will have the live coverage of every Grand Prix plus Moto2 and Moto3 coverage on a delayed basis. The British viewers can watch MotoGP live on BT Sports, while ITV will broadcast highlights of the MotoGP races.

MotoGP on TV – Race Calendar 2021

March 27 – Qatar

April 3 – Portugal

April 17 – Portugal

May 1 – Spain

May 15 – France

May 29 – Italy

June 5 – Catalonia

June 19 – Germany

June 26 – Netherlands

July 10 – Finland

August 14 – Austria

April 28 – Great Britain

September 11 – Aragon

September 18 – San Marino

October 2 – Japan

October 9 – Thailand

October 23 – Australia

October 30 – Malaysia

November 13 – Valencia

TBC – Argentina

TBC – USA

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