MotoGP 2022 on TV Guide, Schedule, Times

The 2022 FIM MotoGP World Championship is the premier class of the 74th F.I.M. Road Racing World Championship season. Fabio Quartararo came into the season as the defending world champion.

MotoGP 2022 on Live Streaming + TV Channels Guide

Every MotoGP 2022 will be shown live on BT Sport. There are multiple ways to get BT Sport. If you’re already a BT Broadband customer, you can add it to your existing contract for an additional £15 per month. For new customers, broadband and BT TV packages start at £39.99 per month.

If you don’t have or want BT broadband, you can add BT Sport to existing broadband or TV services including Sky,TalkTalk and Virgin. You can also pick up a non-contract BT Sport Monthly Pass for just £25 per month, giving you a month’s worth of live streamed sport content without signing up to a lengthy contract.

MotoGP has a new home in the Netherlands, where it is making the switch from Eurosport over to Ziggo Sport for the next three seasons. Dorna has also recently struck a deal with Eclat Media Group covering 15 territories across Asia, while multi-year renewals have been struck with Sky Italia, Canal+ in France, Sport TV in Portugal and Foxtel in Australia.

ITV4 will air highlights of every race until 2024, so there’s plenty more drama to come on free-to-air TV. The highlights show will air every Monday night after a race weekend and including coverage of MotoGP, Moto2 and Moto3, bringing fans closer to the action on free-to-air TV.

MENA: BeIN Sports
Sub-Saharan Africa: SuperSport, Canal+
China: Guangdong Television,
Indian subcontinent: Eurosport
Indonesia: Trans 7, SPOTV (pay-TV)
Israel: Sport 5
Japan: G+, Nippon TV, Hulu
Thailand: PPTV
Vietnam: K+
Australia: Fox Sports
New Zealand: Spark Sport
Canada: REV TV Canada
Caribbean: ESPN
United States: NBC Sports
Albania: RTSH
Andorra, Spain: DAZN
Austria, Germany: ServusTV, DAZN
Belgium: RTBF
Bosnia and Herzegovina, Croatia, Montenegro, North Macedonia, Serbia: Sport Klub
Bulgaria: Max Sport
Czech Republic, Slovakia: Nova Sport
Cyprus: Cytavision Sports
Denmark, Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania: TV3 Sport
France: Canal+
Georgia: Silk Sport
Greece: Cosmote Sport
Hungary: Arena4
Italy: Sky Italia
Kosovo: Art Sport
Liechtenstein: SRG SSR
Luxembourg: RTL Play
Malta: Total Sports Network
Netherlands: Ziggo Sport
Norway, Sweden: Viasat Motor
Poland: Polsat Sport
Portugal: Sport TV
Romania: Digi Sport, Look Sport
Russia: Motorsport Tv
San Marino: Sky Sport, DAZN, TV8
Slovenia: Kanal A
Switzerland: SRG SSR, DAZN, Canal+
Turkey: S Sport
UK and Ireland: BT Sport
Brazil: ESPN
Latin America: ESPN

Republic of Korea, Brunei, Cambodia, East Timor, Hong Kong, Laos, Macau, Mongolia, Myanmar, the Philippines, Singapore, Taiwan, Vietnam, Malaysia and Thailand: SPOTV

MotoGP 2022 Schedule

UK time.

6th March – Qatar Grand Prix (Losail International Circuit)

Time: 3pm

20th March – Indonesia Grand Prix (Mandalika International Street Circuit)

Time: 7am

3rd April – Argentine Grand Prix (Termas de Rio Hondo)

Time: 7pm

10th April – Americas Grand Prix (Circuit of the Americas)

Time: 8pm

24th April – Portuguese Grand Prix (Algarve International Circuit)

Time: 2pm

1st May – Spanish Grand Prix (Circuit)o de Jerez Angel Nieto)

Time: 1pm

15th May – French Grand Prix (Le Mans)

Time: 1pm

29th May – Italian Grand Prix (Autodromo del Mugello)

Time: 1pm

5th June – Catalunya Grand Prix (Circuit de Barcelona-Catalunya)

Time: 1pm

19th June – German Grand Prix (Sachsenring)

Time: 1pm

26th June – Netherlands Grand Prix (Assen)

Time: 1pm

10th July – Finnish Grand Prix (Kymiring)

Time: 1pm

7th August – British Grand Prix (Silverstone Circuit)

Time: 2pm

21st August – Austrian Grand Prix (Red Bull Ring)

Time: 1pm

4th September – San Marino Grand Prix (Misano World Circuit)

Time: 1pm

18th September – Aragon Grand Prix (Motorland Aragon)

Time: 1pm

25th September – Japan Grand Prix (Twin Ring Motegi)

Time: 7am

2nd October – Thailand Grand Prix (Chang International Circuit)

Time: 9am

16th October – Australia Grand Prix (Philip Island)

Time: 4am

23rd October – Malaysia Grand Prix (Sepang International Circuit)

Time: 8am

6th November – Valencia Grand Prix (Circuito Ricardo Tormo)

Time: 1pm

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