Based on the latest 2022 MotoGP schedule, the 20th Race of the Valencia MotoGP today will be held at the Gran Premio Motul de la Comunitat Valenciana, Spain circuit on Sunday, Nov 6, 2022.
You can watch MotoGP Valencia streaming on the BT Sport 2 website. Or watch the race live on BT Sport or Quest TV television for all series including Moto3, and Moto2 from 14:00 BST to the MotoGP race at 14:00 BST.
MotoGP Coverage in the United Kingdom has been in flux for the past few years, with the coverage being on and off in various regions. This year is no different, with BT Sport taking over the TV coverage.
MotoGP will return to Italy with Qatar’s premier series starting in March 2022. The series will be shown on One TV and Network Ten. It will also be available online via the Canal+ app and fuboTV. Fox Sports’s new over-the-top (OTT) subscription service can also watch it live on TV online.
Channels are now being shown worldwide, which makes it possible to watch the races in many countries. TV networks such as Sky Sport, BT Sports, Trans 7, DAZN, and NBCSN show the races in many countries, which is an excellent example of globalization. If you live in one of the countries where you can’t watch the races, you can get them online and watch them on your computer, tablet, or smartphone. You can even watch them live as they are happening.
The MotoGP in the United Kingdom will be broadcast live on BT Sport, while the MotoGP in the Netherlands will be published live streaming on NOS and Eurosport, and in Australia will be broadcast on Servus TV.
Official MotoGP Streaming TV Channel List 2022
The following is the latest list of TV lists that broadcast live streaming of the Valencia MotoGP 2022 including BT Sport 2, Fox Sports for UK, Network Ten for Australia, Italy for TV8, and others. (Source: wikipedia).
|United Kingdom||Quest TV, BT Sports|
|United States||NBC, NBCSN|
|Switzerland||Dazn (German), Canal+ (French), SRG SSR|
|South Korea||Star Sports|
|San Marino||Sky Sport, TV8|
|Puerto Rico||beIN Sports|
|Papua New Guinea||Fox Sports Asia|
|New Zealand||Sky Sport|
|Malta||Total Sports Network|
|Lithuania||TV Play Sports|
|Latin America||ESPN Latin America|
|Japan||Hulu, Nippon TV, G+|
|Italy||TV8, Sky Sports|
|Indian Subcontinent||Sony Ten|
|Germany||DAZN, Servus TV|
|Finland||C More Sport|
|Czech Republic||Nova Sport|
|China||Star Sports, Guangdong Television, Tencent|
|Bosnia and Herzegovina||Sport Klub|
|Belgium||RTBF La Deux, Eurosport|
|Australia||One, Network Ten, Fox Sports|
|Asia||Fox Sports Asia|
|Austria||Servus TV, DAZN|
|Sub-Saharan Africa||Canal+, Super Sport|
2021 Motogp Season Results
- March 28: MotoGP Qatar – Won by Maverick Viñales
- April 4: MotoGP Doha – Won by Fabio Quartararo
- April 18: MotoGP Portugal – Won by Fabio Quartararo
- May 2: MotoGP Spain – Won by Jack Miller
- May 16: MotoGP France – Won by Jack Miller
- May 30: MotoGP Italy – Won by Fabio Quartararo
- June 6: MotoGP Catalunya – Won by Miguel Oliveira
- June 20: MotoGP Germany (Spielberg) – Won by Marc Marquez
- June 27: MotoGP Netherlands – Won by Fabio Quartararo
- August 8: MotoGP Austria (Styria) – Won by Jorge Martin
- August 15: MotoGP Austria – Won by Brad Binder
- August 29: MotoGP Britain – Won by Fabio Quartararo
- September 12: MotoGP Aragon – Won by Francesco Bagnaia
- September 19: MotoGP San Marino – Won by Francesco Bagnaia
- October 3: MotoGP USA – Won by Marc Marquez
- October 24: MotoGP Italy (Emillia Romagna) – Won by Marc Marquez
- November 7: MotoGP Portugal (Algarve) – Won by Francesco Bagnaia
- November 14: MotoGP Spain (Valencia) – Won by Francesco Bagnaia