The cool weather in MotorLand Aragón made for an adapted schedule, but MotoGP fans are still there live on Servus-TV. All broadcast times at a glance.
ServusTV will broadcast the Aragón Grand Prix in Germany, Austria and Switzerland live on Sunday as usual. Attention: World Cup marketer Dorna also postponed the start times of the races late on Friday evening because it is too cold in northeast Spain in the morning.
The TV alternative for fans from Switzerland is therefore no longer available: SRF2 has no more space on TV for the new start times. Live streams are offered on the web or in the SRF Sport app: Moto2 at 13:05, MotoGP at 14:40.
As usual, two online streams are available on the ServusTV website: the international stream with commentary in English and the stream of the ServusTV program in German.
In general, the international stream is only available for users with an IP address from Austria in all sessions from Friday to Sunday. If the TV rights allow broadcasting in Germany as well as Austria, the ServusTV stream with German commentary is also available for users with an IP address from Germany – i.e. for qualifying and races of all classes.
The German-language online rights are held by the paid streaming service DAZN. This company belongs to the British Perform Group and has been successful with sports broadcasts via the Internet in Germany, Austria, Switzerland, Japan, Canada, Italy and Great Britain since August 2016.
After DAZN users were still disappointed at the restart of the World Cup, the Motorcycle World Championship has been part of the streaming service’s program again since the Andalusia GP.
The warm-up sessions of all classes will be broadcast in Austria in an international live stream. MotoGP fans from Germany and Switzerland can watch at DAZN or motogp.com (see below).
ServusTV will broadcast the races on free TV in HD quality as well as in the ServusTV stream. Advertising during the races will be shown in a split-screen process, so you won’t miss any crucial scenes.
The Dorna livestream on motogp.com is available for the 2020 season for € 139.99, and you can also pay in four monthly installments of € 35.99 each. All sessions with English commentary are available live and on demand on the official website. There are also numerous videos with interviews and insights behind the scenes of the MotoGP World Championship. All GP races since 1992 can also be found in the archive.
A monthly package at DAZN costs 11.99 euros; the first month is free. With the exception of the warm-up, all sessions will be broadcast live, but commentary in German is only provided for the qualifying sessions and the races.
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