MotoGP 2021 TV coverage rights: which channel is broadcasting MotoGP in 2021, TV rights, MotoGP TV programming and list of stations.
MotoGP is the highest and oldest level of motorcycle road racing in the world. It is sanctioned by the world governing body for motorsports (Fédération Internationale de Motocyclisme) and is a well-known riding sport watched by millions of people around the world. Every MotoGP session, from practice to qualifying to the main race, is broadcast all over the world and here are all the TV coverage of MotoGP 2021 and the free and pay TV channels that are broadcast around the world.
The coronavirus outbreak affected last year’s season, but now, once again, MotoGP is ready for the 2021 season with all nineteen races. MotoGP has four categories: MotoGP, Moto2, Moto3, and MotoE. MotoE is the latest to be developed and uses electric motors, the other three use four-stroke engines.
MotoGP is one of the most popular motorsports and one of the leading motorcycle road racing events in the world. You can find the full MotoGP TV coverage rights and the list of broadcast TV channels around the world here.
The 2021 MotoGP season begins on March 28 with the Qatari Grand Prix. MotoGP is becoming more and more popular around the world. MotoGP 2020 will have live television coverage around the world with 87 broadcasters having MotoGP television rights to broadcast all races in 207 countries.
MotoGP 2021 broadcast TV channel list
Dorna Sports announced that the MotoGP 2021 would reach a total of 101 networks to show the 20 Grand Prix. Here is the full list of broadcast rights for MotoGP 2021.
|Country||Television channel||Idiom||Free to Air / Pay channel|
|Asia||Fox Sports Asia||English||Pay|
|Australia||Fox Sports / Network Ten||English||Pay / Free|
|Bosnia and Herzegovina||sports Club||Serbian or Croatian||Pay|
|Canada||be in sports||English||Pay|
|Czech Republic||Nova Sport||Czech / Slovak||Pay|
|Finland||C More sport||Finnish||Pay|
|Indian subcontinent||Sony TEN||English||Pay|
|Japan||G + / Nippon TVHulu /||Japanese||Pay / Free / Pay|
|Latin America (except Brazil)||ESPN Latin America||Spanish||Pay|
|Liechtenstein||SRG SSR||German, French and Italian||Free|
|malt||Total sports network||Maltese||Pay|
|Middle East and North Africa||OSN Sports||Arabic English||Pay|
|Netherlands||Eurosport / NOS||Dutch||Pay / Free|
|New Zealand||Sky sport||English||Pay|
|Norway||Viasat engine||Norwegian / Swedish||Pay|
|Papua New Guinea||Fox Sports Asia||English||Pay|
|Puerto Rico||be in sports||English Spanish||Pay|
|San Marino||Sky Sport / TV8||Italian||Pay Free|
|Slovakia||Nova Sport||Czech / Slovak||Pay|
|South Korea||Sports star||English||Pay|
|Switzerland||SRG SSR||German, French and Italian||Free|
|United Kingdom||BT Sport / Channel 5||English||Pay / Free|
|USA||be in sports||English Spanish||Pay|
MotoGP uses a transmission technique similar to F1, known as “World Feed”. This has been managed by Dorna Sports since 1992. Internal coverage is provided and multiple cameras are used to capture the machines accelerating on the tracks as they complete lap after lap.
Fixed cameras, on-board cameras, helicopters and RF cameras are used to produce the event in high definition with Dolby 5.1 surround sound. A super high speed SloMo camera is used to shoot in slow motion.
MotoGP 2021 television coverage rights
UK viewers can watch all MotoGP live streams on BT Sports, while Channel 5 will have the final race and highlights. Spectators in the United States can watch all MotoGP races with live coverage of Moto2 and Moto3 on beIN Sports while enjoying qualifying and race practice live online through their website and mobile apps. .
Canadian viewers can watch the MotoGP live stream on “WorldSport” while the highlights on the French television channel RDS. Canadian viewers can watch Sunday’s MotoGP race live on World Sports TV (WSTV), while highlights will be available on RDS (French).
Sony Sports Network Channel: Sony ESPN will broadcast the race live in India and its subcontinent like Pakistan, Bangladesh, Sri Lanka, Nepal, etc.
FoxSports, which is a pay channel, will have live coverage of all Australian GPs, while Channel One will broadcast only Australian races and other selective races live. Asian countries like Singapore, Malaysia, Vietnam, Thailand, Taiwan, and the Philippines can tune in to FoxSports Asia to watch live action from each race.
Dutch MotoGP fans can watch the race live on Eurosport (pay channel) and on NOS (Dutch MotoGP). Belgian audiences can watch it on Eurosport as it has the rights to MotoGP TV coverage. ESPN Latin will have live coverage of MotoGP action in American countries except Brazil.