The 16th round of the MotoGP Championship is set for this weekend at Phillip Island Circuit for the Australian Grand Prix, from 20th to 22nd October.
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Francesco Bagnaia is currently in the lead, but he faces tough competition from the in-form Jorge Martin, who could extend his winning streak and potentially take the top spot in the standings this weekend.
For Finland fans of MotoGP, multiple streaming options are available to watch all the races live and in high definition. This blog will explore some of the best streaming choices for watching live streams of MotoGP in Finland.
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Servus TV: Servus TV offers legal free live streaming of MotoGP races in Austria
RTBF: RTBF offers legal free live streaming of MotoGP races for viewers in Belgium.
Note: If you can’t access any of these free MotoGP streams in your country, you can still use ExpressVPN to connect to a server where the channel is broadcasting MotoGP coverage.
Discovery Sports has secured exclusive live broadcasting rights for the 2022 MotoGP World Championship in Finland.
Under an agreement with Dorna, the international rights holder for the championship, all 21 season races, beginning with the Grand Prix of Qatar this weekend, will be aired on Discovery+ in Finland.
The coverage will include all events from each race weekend, such as free practice, qualifying, and the races themselves. Additionally, the first-ever MotoGP™ held in Finland can be viewed live and exclusively on Discovery+ and Discovery’s free-to-air channels.
The support races, including MotoE, Moto2, and Moto3, will also be broadcast on Discovery+ in Finland.
The broadcasting on Discovery+ in Finland will begin daily from 14:00 (local time). It will feature Marko Terva-aho, a familiar name among Finnish motorsport enthusiasts, as the commentator for the opening weekend.
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Circuit Ricardo Tormo
Total length: 4.01 Km (2.49 Miles)
Total Width: 12 meters (39.37 feet)
Longest Straight: 876 meters (2874.02 feet)
Right Corners: 5
Left Corners: 9
Constructed in 1999, the Circuito de la Comunitat Valenciana has been a prominent venue, hosting rounds of both the MotoGP and Spanish Motorcycle Championships in its inaugural year. The Cheste track, featuring various layouts, unfolds anti-clockwise with differing lengths. Specifically tailored for MotoGP events, the 4km track encompasses five right-handed corners, eight left-handers, and an 876m straight.
Despite its relatively compact size, the pit complex boasts 48 garages and the stadium-style grandstands can comfortably accommodate up to 150,000 spectators. One of the circuit’s distinctive features is its layout, allowing spectators from any stand to view all parts of the track, contributing to a unique atmosphere appreciated by both Spanish and international riders.
Renowned for its year-end celebration, the Grand Prix at Circuito de la Comunitat Valenciana exudes a festive ambiance, earning it the title of the best GP of 2005 by IRTA.
Frequently Asked Questions
What is the best streaming service to watch MotoGP live in Finland?
The best streaming service to watch MotoGP live in Finland is Viaplay, which offers live coverage of all the races, qualifying sessions, and practice sessions.
Can I watch MotoGP live on free-to-air television in Finland?
No, there is no free-to-air television channel in Finland that broadcasts live coverage of MotoGP races.
Do I need a subscription to watch MotoGP on Viaplay in Finland?
Yes, you will need a subscription to Viaplay’s sports package in order to watch MotoGP live streams in Finland.
Can I watch replays of MotoGP races on Viaplay after the live broadcast?
Yes, Viaplay offers on-demand replays of MotoGP races so that you can watch them at any time after the live broadcast.