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* Please note that the server you connect to must match the country where your chosen MotoGP broadcasting service is available.
How to watch MotoGP online free with CyberGhost VPN
Motorbike racing doesn’t get more exciting than the MotoGP Championship. The millions of worldwide fans have over 100 networks where they can watch the season unravel. However, many of these networks are subscription-based, such as ESPN, Sky Sports, or Eurosport.
Luckily, with the help of our VPN servers, you won’t have to pay a dime to watch MotoGP online. That’s because there are plenty of free channels where you can watch Valentino Rossi, Marc Marquez, and Juan Mir go head-to-head during the 2022 MotoGP season.
The only problem with these channels is they’re geo-blocked. That means that for you to access them, you’ll need to meet one of the two following conditions: be in the same country where these channels broadcast or have a VPN that lets you get an IP address from the country where the channel has streaming rights.
Stream MotoGP live online free on RTS Switzerland
One of the best ways to tune in to all the MotoGP races is with Switzerland’s RTS channel. The commentary is in French, but you get an HD quality stream. If you’re not from Switzerland, to watch MotoGP live for free on RTS, you’ll first need to have an active CyberGhost VPN subscription.
Then, you’ll need to use the VPN app to connect to any one of our servers located in Switzerland. Once you do that, all that’s left is to go to RTS’s official website (https://www.rts.ch/play/tv/direct) and enjoy the race.
Other MotoGP live streaming options
CyberGhost VPN can unblock a virtually unlimited number of online broadcasting services offering MotoGP live streaming. However, unlike RTS Switzerland, some of these services will not be free. Here’s a list of more high-speed, HD MotoGP streaming channels you can access with CyberGhost VPN.
|United States||BeIN Sports (Paid)|
|United Kingdom||BT Sport (Paid)|
|Germany||ServusTV (Free) | DAZN (Paid)|
|Italy||Sky Sport (Paid) | TV8 (Free)|
|Australia||TenPlay (Free) | One (Free) | Fox Sports (Paid)|
|Japan||G+ (Paid) | Nippon TV (Free) | Hulu (Paid)|
|Netherlands||Eurosport (Paid) | NOS (Free)|
If you’re not living in any of these countries and cannot access these services, fear not. This is what a VPN service is for.
With CyberGhost VPN you can hide your IP address to access otherwise restricted platforms such as DAZN, beIN Sports, or Eurosport Play from anywhere you are.
The 2021 MotoGP Race Calendar
After the 2020 season's unexpected twists, we can't wait to see what this year's Championship has in store for us. For 2021, the racing calendar returns to normal, although COVID-19 disruptions are not to be written off.
|France||Le Mans||16 May|
|Austria||Red Bull Ring||15 Aug|
|Great Britain||Silverstone||29 Aug|
|San Marino||Misano||19 Sep|
|Australia||Phillip Island||24 Oct|
The return of the king
After a season cut short due to a nasty injury right in the opening race, Marc Marquez is set to make his return to the big stage of motorbike racing. The question on everyone’s lips is whether or not he’ll ever return to the form that saw him eight World Championship Titles. Competition seems more formidable than ever with Joan Mir, Fabia Quartararo, Alex Rins, Maverick Vinales, and the ever-young Valentino Rossi. Let’s take a more in-depth look over the 2021 MotoGP team lineup.
It came somewhat as a surprise when Pol Espargaro announced he was leaving behind the RC-16 and replacing the younger of the Marquez brothers at Repsol Honda. We can’t wait to see what the Catalan driver can offer on Honda’s RC213V. And we don’t know about you, but we’ll surely be keeping up with his results to see if he can step out of the shadow of his illustrious teammate.
As for Marc Marquez, what more can there be said? He’s an 8-time World Champion. He’s got nothing left to prove. Well, maybe, except that he can come back from a season-ending injury and still dominate the field. Whether or not he will write that story remains to be seen.
Will Andrea Dovizioso’s (forced) departure prove to be a blessing or a curse for the Bologna Bullets? The Italian was Ducati’s top driver for eight years straight. During this period, he brought home 13 grand prix wins and three runner-up championship finishes. Apparently, this was not enough for Ducati.
The (sizable) tasks of filling his boots will fall on the shoulders of Jack Miller and Francesco Bagnaia. But will this gamble pay off?
Monster Energy Yamaha
2021 has brought in big changes to Yamaha’s garage. Talented Frenchman Fabio Quartararo makes the switch to Yamaha from Petronas SRT, while Il Dottore goes the opposite direction. Given his three race-wins of last season, expectations are sky-high from Quartararo as everybody expects him to challenge for the title. It remains to be seen how he deals with this added pressure. Maverick Vinales completes Monster Yamaha’s lineup for the coming season.
2020 was a fairytale year for the Japanese team when Joan Mir showed the world why many referred to him as ‘the hottest property to hit MotoGP since Marquez’. The Spaniard became the seventh-youngest rider to clinch a premier-class World Championship title.
The result ended Suzuki’s title dry spell that went on since Kenny Roberts Jr. Took the title in 200. But will Suzuki manage to repeat this performance despite losing their team manager, Davide Brivio? The driver line-up is unchanged, the machine performance seems to be top-notch, so everything seems to be in place for yet another year to remember.
Red Bull KTM
The Austrian manufacturer made huge strides forward (as we predicted in last year’s season preview). Brad Binder brought the win in Brno, while Miguel Oliveira won in both Austria and Portugal. And KTM is hungry for, so we expect to see a lot more of them on the podium this season.
Red Bull KTM Tech3
Danilo Petrucci and Iker Lecuona will complete KTM’s third and fourth bike roster. Petrucci made his intentions obvious when he stated his intention of being the fastest man in the KTM garage. But will his actions match the might of his words? All that we’re sure of is that there’ll be a two-front battle for KTM this season. One against the other teams in the paddock, and an internal one where the winner will earn bragging rights over his fellow teammates.
Asprilia Racing brought forward an interesting mix to the 2021 MotoGP grid. The tam has named three riders for the 2021 MotoGP season. The young Italian Lorenzo Savadori will be riding alongside more seasoned riders such as Aleix Espargaro and Bradley Smith. While Espargaro looks like a lock, it remains to be seen which one of his two colleagues will take the other seat.
When he joined the team last season, Espargaro’s was mighty impressed with the heavily-revised RS-GP during testing. However, the pandemic meant that changes to the engine design were now banned during the season. As a result, the factory was unable to roll-out the updates, and the results spoke for themselves.
However, engine modifications are now allowed, and the bike is showing a much-needed improvement. But will it be enough?
After yet another season where he raced on an underperforming team, after contracting COVID-19 and missing the Aragon double, Valentino Rossi hopes his fortune changes at Petronas. ‘The Doctor’s’ attempts of bringing in some of his mechanics were unsuccessful, so working with a new team entirely will surely bring in challenges of its own. However, he’ll probably welcome the familiar-face of academy graduate Franco Morbidelli – who won no less than three races last year.
Yet another team that is coming into the season with a brand-new driver line-up. Johan Zarco and Jorge Martin step up to fill the empty seats of Jack Miller and Pecco Bagnaia. After getting impressive results on the GP-19 (a bike from the 2019 season), it will be fascinating to watch Zarco on the Ducati factory bike. Even more so, since he may have something to prove as he was overlooked for the factory team in favor of Bagnaia.
Esponsorama Racing VR46 Team
Esponsorama Racing will line-up at the start of the 2021 MotoGP racing season two of the most promising names in motorcycle racing. Joining them are the recently crowned Moto2 World Champion, Enea Bastianini, and fellow intermediate class graduate Luca Marini. But can the big-stage rookies deliver? Time will certainly tell.
LCR Honda Team
Following his breakout year at Repsol Honda, where he secured back-to-back podiums, the younger Marquez brother, Alex, will continue his development under the careful guidance of Lucio Cecchinelli. Completing this year’s dangerously-looking team lineup will be Takaaki Nakagami.
Watch MotoGP online on all your devices
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For instance, if you want to stream MotoGP using BT Sport, you need to have either BT broadband, Sky TV, or TalkTalk TV.
However, there are streaming services that do not require any kind of cable subscription – such as Sling TV or fuboTV. These two are only available in America, so if you plan on using them, make sure you’re using an American IP address by connecting to a US server.
And remember, there’s always the option of streaming MotoGP for free through Switzerland’s RTS.
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