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MotoGP Indonesia 2023 TV and live stream broadcasts – How and where to watch the Indonesian GP

Francesco Bagnaia and Jorge Martin will continue their fight for the 2023 championship in Indonesia.
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After a weekend’s break, MotoGP is about to start a triple header, consisting of races in Indonesia, Australia and Thailand. It will be a crucial stretch in deciding the champion, as only six rounds remain until the conclusion of the season. It all starts this weekend, at the Mandalika circuit, which is located on the Lombok island.

Francesco Bagnaia and Jorge Martin are just separated by just three points currently and the waving of the chequered flag in the Indonesian Grand Prix could find us with a new championship leader. Sadly for Marco Bezzecchi, who stands 54 points from the top, an injury while training last weekend means he will ride in discomfort this weekend, if he is able to ride at all.

Despite the sessions being run early in the morning European time, with the title fight in full swing, the action will be very much worth watching in its entirety. For a detailed schedule of the weekend, as well as a preview of the Thailand Grand Prix, you can read the article linked below:

MotoGP Indonesia 2023 schedule and preview – All details and times for the Indonesian GP

MotoGP Indonesia 2023 Stream – Coverage on

The official streaming service of MotoGP, VideoPass, will stream all sessions for MotoGP and the feeder series, which also feature great racing. VideoPass requires a subscription in order to be accessible, but it is available worldwide.

As usual, the main commentator will be none other than Matt Birt, who will have Louis Suddaby next to him providing analysis. On the pitlane, Simon Crafar will be covering the teams’ actions and will also be tasked with interviewing various riders over the course of the weekend.

MotoGP Indonesia 2023 TV Coverage – UK

TNT Sports 2 will be the home of all the action from MotoGP, Moto2 and Moto3 for the entire weekend in Mandalika. The channel, which is part of a subscription package for the British audience, will broadcast every session live. Gavin Emmett and former Superbike champion and MotoGP rider, Neil Hodgson, will be commentating on the MotoGP race. Between the sessions, Suzi Perry, Sylvain Guintoli, Michael Laverty and Natalie Quirk will be discussing the developments at the track.

The action will also be available on ITV4, albeit very much delayed. On Monday, the free-to-air channel will broadcast highlights of the weekend, from 10:00 pm to 11:00 pm.

MotoGP Indonesia 2023 TV Coverage – US

For the American fans of MotoGP, the only way to live broadcast of the sessions will be via VideoPass, as discussed above. In terms of TV, CNBC will be the host of action, but only with a highlights package which will be broadcast on Sunday at 2:00 pm on CNBC and will have a duration of an hour and a half.

MotoGP Indonesia 2023 TV Coverage – Australia

Thanks to Fox Sports, as well as its streaming service, Kayo, Australian MotoGP fans will be able to watch MotoGP, as well as Moto2 and Moto3, live for the entirety of the weekend. The sessions will be broadcast on Fox Sports 506 for all three days.

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