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As the triple-header of Asian GPs approaches its finish, the championship battle between Francesco Bagnaia and Jorge Martin rages on.
Read everything you need to know on how to watch the MotoGP Thailand 2023 round, where the next episode of the fight between the two riders will take place.
The Italian holds a 27-point advantage over the Spaniard, who led almost the entirety of the last race, in Phillip Island, but eventually finished fifth as his gamble to take on soft tyres did not pay off. On the other hand, Bagnaia found himself in second place, extending his championship lead.
The winner of the Australian GP was Martin’s teammate, Johann Zarco, who finally earned his first victory after 120 races in the premier class. Behind Bagnaia, Fabio Di Giannantonio earned his first MotoGP podium, a crucial result as he tries to keep his MotoGP career alive.
The Grand Prix happened on Saturday and it was the only race that took place last weekend. The Sprint was originally scheduled for Sunday, but it got cancelled as the weather was too severe for racing to take place.
This weekend, MotoGP stays in Eastern Asia, so another weekend with sessions on early times awaits MotoGP fans. The schedule in detail can be found below:
MotoGP Thailand 2023 – Live Stream Coverage
The official MotoGP website, MotoGP.com, offers a streaming service which is called VideoPass and is available around the world. Of course, a subscription is required for it, but racing from lower classes is included in the package as well.
In terms of the figures on-air, it will all be the same as usual. Matt Birt will be the lead commentator and he will have Simon Crafar alongside him for the practice sessions and Louis Suddaby for the rest of the weekend.
Crafar, a former MotoGP rider, will be in the pitlane for the races on reporting duty and will interview riders as well.
MotoGP Thailand 2023 TV Coverage in the United Kingdom
All action will be live on TNT Sports 2, which will be the only channel offering live coverage during the weekend. Every session from MotoGP, Moto2 and Moto3 will be broadcast as it happens and will be available with a subscription.
Gavin Emmett and Neil Hodgson will be commentating in the premier class, while Suzi Perry, Natalie Quirk, Sylvain Guintoli and Michael Laverty will report news from the paddock and provide analysis on the action.
In regards to free-to-air TV, only highlights will be available. Those will be broadcast on ITV4, on Monday at 9:00 PM.
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MotoGP Thailand 2023 TV Coverage in the United States
Once again, highlights on CNBC are all that will be available for the fans of MotoGP in the United States. This time, it will be broadcast on Sunday, at 1:00 PM, with its usual duration of an hour and a half.
MotoGP Thailand 2023 TV Coverage in Australia
Live coverage once again will be available in Australia, via Fox Sports 506 and Foxtel’s streaming service, Kayo. All sessions for all classes will be live, although both the channel and the streaming service require a subscription in order to be available.
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