Note: times will be posted the week before the race.BeIN Sports will once again provide stateside television coverage of the MotoGP Championship. For 2019, most of the 19 rounds will be broadcasted live in the USA, but a few won’t due to conflicts with soccer.
If a conflict with soccer occurs, BeIN will show some races live on its auxiliary channels, with delayed coverage on the main BeIN Sports channel.As always, the times are subject to change and preemption, so don’t set your DVR early in the year and forget about it. We will do our best to reflect any schedule changes.If you have cable access to BeIN, you can watch the other BeIN channels at BeIN Sports Connect USA on a web browser. You will need to have the Microsoft Silverlight plug-in installed, as well as having your cable sign-in username and password ready.All times shown are Eastern Time in the United States.In addition to watching the MotoGP races on BeIN Sports, you can also get a MotoGP VideoPass at MotoGP.com. The MotoGP VideoPass runs $159, and we think it’s worth it because you not only get live practice, qualifying and races, but also commentary, highlight video clips and all conferences.The live streams and replays are quite reliable, and of 1080p HD quality.Prep yourself for another exciting year featuring reigning MotoGP Champion Marc Márquez (Repsol Honda), as well as past MotoGP Champions Valentino Rossi (Movistar Yamaha MotoGP) and Marquez’s new teammate on the other Repsol Honda, Jorge Lorenzo.Seeking their first MotoGP championships will be Andrea Dovizioso (Ducati Team), Maverick Viñales (Movistar Yamaha MotoGP) and Cal Crutchlow (LCR Honda).
2019 MotoGP Television Schedule on BeIN Sports (Eastern Time)
Qatar Grand Prix, Losail International Circuit
2. Argentine Grand Prix, Autódromo Termas de Río Hondo
3. Grand Prix of the Americas, Circuit of the Americas
4. Spanish Grand Prix, Circuito de Jerez
5. French Grand Prix, Le Mans Bugatti Circuit
6. Italian Grand Prix, Mugello Circuit
7. Catalunya Grand Prix, Circuit de Barcelona-Catalunya
8. Dutch Grand Prix, TT Circuit Assen
9. German Grand Prix, Sachsenring
10. Czech Republic Grand Prix, Automotodrom Brno
11. Austrian Grand Prix, Red Bull Ring
12. British Grand Prix, Silverstone Circuit
13. San Marino Grand Prix, Misano World Circuit
14. Aragon Grand Prix, Motorland Aragon
15. Thailand Grand Prix, Chang International Circuit
Saturday, October 5: Live GP qualifing coverage from 6:30 – 9:55 a.m. ETSunday, October 6: Live GP race coverage begins at 11:55 ET Saturday, October 5, with MotoGP beginning at 3 a.m.
16. Japanese Grand Prix, Twin Ring Motegi
17. Australian Grand Prix, Phillip Island Circuit
18. Malaysia Grand Prix, Sepang International Circuit
19. Valencia Grand Prix, Circuit Ricardo Tormo
Note: All times are Eastern Time in the United States and subject to change without notice.
This week we ride two genre-departing motorcycles from the established American manufacturers. Jess McKinley gives us his thoughts on the all new Harley-Davidson Pan America Special, and Ron Lieback gives his on Indian’s latest version of the FTR 1200 S.