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For the second weekend in a row, MotoGP will be racing in Asia, as the riders and teams will visit Motegi for the fourteenth round of the 2023 season.
Of course, all eyes will be in the fight for the championship, as Francesco Bagnaia holds a slender advantage of just thirteen points over Jorge Martin, after his crash in the Indian Grand Prix. Marco Bezzecchi, who won the last Grand Prix, is also in the championship hunt, 44 points away from his compatriot, at the top.
We will watch plenty of action throughout the weekend, albeit in very different times than we are used to thanks to the racing taking place in Eastern Asia. Various weather conditions are expected to feature on track at Motegi too, with rain expected to make an appearance. For a preview of the Japanese Grand Prix and a full timetable, check out here:
MotoGP Motegi 2023 Stream – MotoGP.com coverage
Throughout the world, MotoGP.com will broadcast the action, via VideoPass, a subscription platform on its website. The action will not only include the MotoGP class, but the lower classes as well, namely Moto2 and Moto3.
As far as the MotoGP class is confirmed, Matt Birt and Louis Suddaby will cover the races as the commentary duo. The will by joined by retired MotoGP rider Simon Crafar, who will be on pitlane and will also interview a few of the riders after the conclusion of the races.
MotoGP Motegi 2023 TV Coverage – United Kingdom
As usual, all sessions for all classes will be broadcast live for the viewers on TNT Sports 2. This of course is not available to everyone in the UK, as a subscription to it is needed. Gavin Emmett will be on lead commentary for the MotoGP sessions and he will be joined by former rider Neil Hodgson. Plenty of analysis will also take place, with presenting by Rachel Stringer and punditry by Michael Laverty and Sylvain Guintoli.
For those looking to watch the Japanese Grand Prix on free-to-air TV, they will have to wait until Monday to watch how the weekend unfolded. Only highlights will be available and they will be shown on ITV4 on Monday, at 10:00 pm and will last one hour.
MotoGP Motegi 2023 TV Coverage – United States
In the United States, action will be shown on delay. After a few races where highlights were shown on NBC, the action will be back on CNBC for this weekend. A ninety-minute program with highlights will be on offer, starting at 2:00 PM Eastern Time.
MotoGP Motegi 2023 TV Coverage – Australia
For Australia, the entire weekend will be live, not only for MotoGP, but the rest of the classes as well. Fox Sports 506 will be where the action is shown on television, while Foxtel’s livestreaming service, Kayo, will make the broadcast available on other devices.
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