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For the second weekend in a row, motorsports fans around the globe will take their dose of MotoGP, as the title fight remains tight and the championship is heading towards its conclusion.
Jorge Martin’s crash during the Indonesian GP gave the championship lead back to Francesco Bagnaia, who took a brilliant victory from thirteenth on the grid to establish an eighteen-point lead with five rounds remaining in the season. Martin had won the Sprint and temporarily climbed to the top of the standings.
Phillip Island is one of the most spectacular videos on the calendar, regarding both the beautiful sight of the ocean and the spectacular and very fast layout of the circuit. The races are always tightly contested, with seven riders battling for the win last year in the closing laps, in a Grand Prix won by Alex Rins.
Of course, with the event taking place down under in Australia, the times of the sessions will be very early for the European fans of MotoGP. You can find the timetable in the article below, which also includes a preview of the race:
MotoGP Phillip Island 2023 Stream – Coverage on MotoGP.com
A way to watch the race no matter where you are located around the globe is via the official streaming service of MotoGP, which is called VideoPass. The platform will stream every session live, including the lower classes, Moto2 and Moto3, and will also have a few shows before and after the sessions. Beware that this is a subscription-based platform though, so it is not free.
The commentary duo will remain the one we are used to, with Matt Bart and Louis Suddaby covering the action in regards to the MotoGP class. They will be joined by former MotoGP rider Simon Crafar, who will be in the commentary box for Friday and will then be reporting from the pitlane for the rest of the weekend.
MotoGP Phillip Island 2023 TV Coverage in the United Kingdom
As always in the United Kingdom, the action will be hosted by TNT Sports 2, which included in a subscription package by BT. Gavin Emmett will be the lead commentator for MotoGP, with Neil Hodgson alongside him in the booth. Suzi Perry will be presenting the shows between the sessions, with Sylvain Guintoli and Michael Laverty joining her and Natalie Quirk reporting.
For those wishing to watch free-to-air coverage of the event, they will have to wait until Monday night. It will be on ITV4, on 10:00pm, in a highlights package that will last an hour.
MotoGP Phillip Island 2023 TV Coverage in the United States
Highlights of the race will be broadcast on CNBC this weekend, in a highlights package that will last ninety minutes. The program will start at 1:30pm on Sunday, a few hours after the conclusion of the Grand Prix.
MotoGP Phillip Island 2023 TV Coverage in Australia
Just as any other event in the season, Australia will enjoy free TV coverage of the one that will take place there. All the action will be live on Fox Sports 506, as well as Foxtel’s streaming service, Kayo.
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