MotoGP 2019 race calendar and TV coverage guide

MotoGP 2019 is underway and RadioTimes.com brings you the full race calendar, TV schedule and details on how to watch every moment

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The MotoGP 2019 season is underway with the finest riders around the world battling for the title.

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Defending MotoGP champion Marc Marquez has returned in 2019 after winning five of the last six MotoGP championships.

The iconic Valentino Rossi is back once again for his 19th year in the top tier of racing and will continue to draw crowds to events throughout the season.

Fans can soak up every minute of action from free practice to qualifying to race day itself with live coverage and highlights to run throughout the season.

RadioTimes.com has rounded up the full MotoGP race calendar plus how to watch the latest race and the full 2019 season live.


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How to watch MotoGP live on TV and online in the UK

Every MotoGP race will be shown live on BT Sport.

There are multiple ways to get BT Sport. If you’re already a BT Broadband customer, you can add it to your existing contract for an additional £6.00 per month. For new customers, broadband and BT TV packages start at £35.99 per month.

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

How to watch MotoGP highlights in the UK

Quest TV have struck a deal to air highlights throughout the season on the Monday after races at 10:00pm.

You can watch Quest for free on a range of platforms including Sky (Channel: 144), Freeview (Channel: 37 SD/114 HD) and Virgin Media (Channel: 172 SD/217 HD).

QuestOD can be accessed via a range of devices including laptops, smartphones and devices for free.

MotoGP 2019 TV coverage guide: Grand Prix of Czech Republic

Live from Masaryk Circuit, Czech Republic (All times are UK time)

Friday 2nd August

Opening Day: 7:45am – on BT Sport 2

Saturday 3rd August

Free Practice 3: 8:00am – on BT Sport 2

Qualifying: 11:00am – on BT Sport 2

Sunday 4th August

Warm Ups: 7:30am – on BT Sport 2

Race Day build-up: 9:15am – on BT Sport 2

MotoGP Race: 1:00pm – on BT Sport 2

Monday 5th August

Highlights: 10:00pm – on Quest TV


MotoGP 2019 race calendar

4th August – Brno, Czech Republic (1:00pm)
Watch live on BT Sport

11th August – Spielberg, Austria (1:00pm)
Watch live on BT Sport

25th August – Silverstone, Great Britain (2:30pm)
Watch live on BT Sport

15th September – Rimini, Italy (1:00pm)
Watch live on BT Sport

22nd September – Aragon, Spain (1:00pm)
Watch live on BT Sport

6th October – Buriram, Thailand (8:00am)
Watch live on BT Sport

20th October – Motegi, Japan (6:00am)
Watch live on BT Sport

27th October – Phillip Island, Australia (4:00am)
Watch live on BT Sport

3rd November – Sepang, Malaysia (7:00am)
Watch live on BT Sport

17th November – Valencia, Spain (TBC)
Watch live on BT Sport


MotoGP 2019 results

10th March – Losail, Qatar

Winner: Andrea Dovizioso (Ducati)


31st March – Termas de Rio Honda, Argentina

Winner: Marc Marquez (Honda)


14th April – Austin, USA

Winner: Alex Rins (Suzuki)


5th May – Jerez, Spain

Winner: Marc Marquez (Honda)


19th May – Le Mans, France

Winner: Marc Marquez (Honda)


2nd June – Mugello, Italy

Winner: Danilo Petrucci (Ducati)


16th June – Catalunya, Spain

Winner: Marc Marquez (Honda)


30th June – Assen, Netherlands (1:00pm)

Winner: Maverick Vinales (Yamaha)


7th July – Sachsenring, Germany (1:00pm)

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Winner: Marc Marquez (Honda)