Australian MotoGP 2019 Live Stream, TV Channel, Schedule & Live Telecast Info: Can Marquez Pull Off Yet Another Win?
Exciting time ahead for MotoGP fans as this week as MotoGP action shifts to Philip Island, Australia, one of the most scenic locations on MotoGP calendar. Though the riders championship and constructor championship is already decided in the favour of Honda. Marc Marquez added yet another championship to his kitty and currently leading the rider’s standing with a hefty margin of 119 points. Now everyone would like to finish the season on a high, eyes will be on rookie of the year Fabio Quartararo, who is giving Marquez the run for the money from past few races. The Yamaha rookie has been very impressive. He will try his level best to finish the season as the top 5 riders. Sportsfeista brings you complete details of Australian MotoGP 2019 Live Stream, TV Channel, Schedule & Live Telecast Info.
Maverick Vinialis won the 2018 race at Philip Island, he would like to recreate the same magic again. However, Marquez, the defending champion would also like to go for a kill and collect yet another win of the season.
Australian MotoGP 2019 Live Stream Information:
Live Stream of Australian MotoGP Available at Sony Liv app & Sony Liv.com. The live feed of MotoGP 2019 will be available on MotoGP.com, Tenplay, and BTsport.
Australian MotoGP 2019 Live Telecast Information:
Fans in India will get to see the Australian MotoGP 2019 action Sony Sports Network. MotoGP fans in Asia will get to see the action live on Fox Sports Asia, Super Sports will telecast MotoGP in South Africa. The fans in the Middle East will enjoy MotoGP action on OSN sports. In Latin America, the broadcast right is with ESPN Latin, ESPN HD and ESPN 2. Fox Sports will broadcast the MotoGP action in Australia while SKY sports will bring live-action to fans in New Zealand. LeTV & Wasu TV will bring live-action to Chinese fans. For the fans in Indonesia, live-action will be on Trans 7, NTV & G+ will broadcast MotoGP in Japan
Australian MotoGP 2018 Schedule for Friday, October 25, 2019
- MotoGP Practice Race 1 11:55 to 12:40
- MotoGP Practice Race 2 16:05 to 16:50
Australian MotoGP 2018 Schedule for Saturday, October 26, 2019
- MotoGP Practice Race 3 11:55 to 12:40
- MotoGP Practice Race 4 15:30 to 16:00
- MotoGP Qualifying Race 1 16:10 to 16:25
- MotoGP Qualifying Race 2 16:35 to 16:50
Australian MotoGP 2018 Schedule for Sunday, October 27, 2019
- MotoGP Warm Up 11:40 to 12:00
- MotoGP Race 16:00
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All timings are given in local Australian time which GMT+11.
India fans will get to see the race at 10:30 on Sunday Morning.
Fans in the UK will get to see the race at 06:00 in morning BST
Philip Island Circuit
Philip Island Circuit is one of the most spectacular places to hold MotoGP action on the MotoGP calendar. The islandic view of the circuit makes for one of the most iconic MotoGP races of the calendar.
- Length of the circuit is 4.4 Km
- Number of laps 27
- Riders will cover a distance of
- Total corners 12, 7 left and 5 right
- The longest straight is 900 meter
- Most number of wins in MotoGP class 6 belongs Casey Stoner followed by Rossi 5.
- Most number of poles is shared by Marquez and Casey Stoner they both have won 5 poles here.
- 2018 winner Maverick Vinialis
Top 5 MotoGP Riders Before Australian MotoGP
Champion Marc Marquez is leading the deriver’s championship with 350 points and has 10 wins under his belt. His dominance is such that his nearest rival, “Dovizioso” is trailing by 119 points. The other rider who has impressed everyone is Fabio Quartararo, he has already secured rookie of the season award. Quartararo is 6th in the list with 163 points. From the past few races, he is the only one who is challenging Marquez. Dovizioso started the season well but couldn’t live up to the challenge of Marc Marquez and fell way behind of the competition.
SN Riders Wins Points
1 Marc Marquez 10 350
2 Andrea Dovizioso 2 231
3 Alex Rins 2 176
4 Maverick Vinales 1 176
5 Danilo Petrucci 1 169