How to watch MotoGP Grand Prix of Andalucía live and free

Posted: 24 July 2020 3:31 am

MotoGP Grand Prix of Andalucia

The MotoGP season starts to gather momentum with the second event in Spain. This is how to catch all the action in Canada.

The 2020 MotoGP championship finally got underway last weekend in Spain. The Jerez circuit is being used for the second consecutive week. Yamaha’s 21-year-old rookie Fabio Quartararo made a stunning entrance to MotoGP, winning at his first attempt in the Spanish Grand Prix.

Australia’s Jack Miller finished fourth on his Ducati, while reigning world champion Marc Márquez required surgery after breaking his arm in a heavy fall. In an extraordinary recovery, he has been passed fit for this race.

When is MotoGP Grand Prix of Andalucía?

Once again the Circuito de Jerez is being used for this race in the revamped MotoGP schedule. The plan for the weekend is also the same as the opening round. A number of practice sessions are on Friday and Saturday before qualifying starts at 8:10am EDT Saturday. The main race then commences at 8am EDT on Sunday July 26.

How to watch MotoGP Grand Prix of Andalucía

The place to catch MotoGP in Canada is through beIN Sports. If you are yet to try out beIN SPORTS you can access it via 2 different sports streaming services: beIN SPORTS CONNECT and fuboTV. beIN SPORTS CONNECT has a two-week free trial, but it only has sports content like wrestling, soccer and MMA.

fuboTV offers a mixture of sports, shows and movies. Check out our fuboTV guide to learn more.

Both are showing MotoGP content throughout the 3 days from Friday to Sunday. So motorsport fans in Canada will have plenty of action to keep you entertained. We’ve also got a full MotoGP viewing guide if you’re after more information.


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Who will win MotoGP Grand Prix of Andalucía?

We’re happy when we get the occasional tip right and we’ll put our hand up when we get it wrong. Marc Márquez may have been the easy option last week, but it sure didn’t pan out too well. We wish him well with his surgery after his heavy fall.

Quartararo must be full of confidence after ending his first MotoGP race with a win and returning to the same track. We’re leaning towards Maverick Viñales going one step further than last week’s runner-up finish. Andrea Dovizioso will also be worth keeping an eye on.

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