Czech MotoGP 2020 Live Stream, Schedule and Live Telecast Info of Grand Prix of Czech Republic: Marquez to Start His Championship Defense Against The New Challenger Fabio
After a break of 1 week MotoGP action is back back on the track. The smell of burning rubber will come from the Brno Circuit. No one will be more eagerly waiting for the next round of MotoGP than Marc Marquez. The defending champion Marc Marquez is yet to open his points account, and he would have to start chasing the leader from 50 points behind. Fabio produced back to back gem of performance to secure to win and maximum points. He now leads the table with 50 points now he effectively has two races advantage over Marquez. The championship defense will not be easy for Marquez as Maverick Vinales is looking in some good rhythm. The impressive pace shown by Francesco Bagnaia can be a cause of concern for other riders, the rookie can be real dark horse this season. Sportsfeista brings you complete details of Czech MotoGP 2020 Live Stream, Schedule and Live Telecast Info of Grand Prix of Czech Republic.
It's race week for the #CzechGP at Brno! 🙌
— MotoGP™🏁 (@MotoGP) August 3, 2020
Even After Remaining Without Score After Two Races Marquez Can’t Be Ruled Out
Marquez met with an horehounds accident in Spanish GP and consequently missed both the races. Now he remains pointless in the MotoGP world championship. Marquez will be hoping to open his account with Chzech MotoGP. On the other hand, his challenger Fabio Quartararo scored full points in both the races. Now the world championship is only 15 race affair, Marquez has to be on top of his game. Now it will be interesting to see if Marquez joins Brno with 100% fitness. He would have to negotiate with two riders Fabio & Maverick who are in very good rhythm. Dovi had a good outing in first round of Spanish GP and don’t take your eyes of the rookie Francesco Bagnaia.
Even though Marquez will start with a deficit of 50 point, nobody can deny his ability. He is well and truly in the picture of championship, his records proves his credential. Last year he produced 12 wins and 06 podiums they only race where he could not produce a podium finish was Americas GP where he crashed. And who can forget Marquez incredible comeback before the accident in Spanish GP. During a save he slipped to 16th position and then moved in podium place before getting injured. Marquez has what it takes to be the champion but now he got only 12 races to do that. Perhaps his own fitness he needs to lookout. The championship is going to be very interesting.
2020 Chapter 02: The comeback kid 🏆🏆
— MotoGP™🏁 (@MotoGP) August 1, 2020
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Czech MotoGP 2020 Live Telecast Information:
Fans in India will get to see MotoGP 2020 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 Middle East will enjoy MotoGP action on OSN sports. In Latin America the broadcast right are 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, Malaysian fans can enjoy action on RadioTelevisyenMalaysia,NTV & G+ will broadcast MotoGP in Japan. beIN sports will bring MotoGP action in Canada & USA, Canadian fans can also watch MotoGP on DAZN. Euro Sport will bring MotoGP Action in France, Belgium, Netherlands, Romania & Germany. In Italy SKY Italy will bring MotoGP action. Movistar TV will telecast MotoGP in Spain, Spanish fans will also enjoy action at Onesport& Vodafone. In UK the broadcast will be managed by BT Sports.
Czech MotoGP 2020 Live Stream Information:
Live Stream of MotoGP Available at Sony Liv app & Sony Liv.com.The live feed of MotoGP 2020 will be available on MotoGP.com, Tenplay, and BTsport.
Czech MotoGP 2020 Schedule for Friday, August 07, 2020
Moto3 Free Practice Nr. 1 09:00-09:40
MotoGP Free Practice Nr. 1 09:55-10:40
Moto2 Free Practice Nr. 1 10:55-11:40
Moto3 Free Practice Nr. 2 13:15-13:55
MotoGP Free Practice Nr. 2 14:10-14:55
Moto2 Free Practice Nr. 2 15:10-15:50
Czech MotoGP 2020 Schedule for Saturday, August 08, 2020
Moto3 Free Practice Nr. 3 09:00-09:40
MotoGP Free Practice Nr. 3 09:55-10:40
Moto2 Free Practice Nr. 3 10:55-11:35
Moto3 Qualifying Nr.1 12:35-12:50
Moto3 Qualifying Nr.2 13:00-13:15
MotoGP Free Practice Nr. 4 13:30-14:00
MotoGP Qualifying Nr. 1 14:10-14:25
MotoGP Qualifying Nr. 2 14:35-14:50
Moto2 Qualifying Nr.1 15:05-15:20
Moto2 Qualifying Nr.2 15:30-15:45
Czech MotoGP 2020 Schedule for Sunday, August 09, 2020
Moto3 Warm Up 08:40-09:00
Moto2 Warm Up 09:10-09:30
MotoGP Warm Up 09:40-10:00
Moto3 Race 11:00
Moto2 Race 12:20
MotoGP Race 14:00
All timings are in the local Czech time which is GMT+2 as quoted on official website MotoGP.com.
- For Indian Time, add 3:30 hrs to local time eg final race time on Sunday 17:30.
- In the UK the final race will relay on Sunday 13:00 BST.
- For Malaysian Fans, final race will telecast on 19:00 hrs on Sunday.
- The race will in USA & Canada 07:00 Am ET on Sunday.
Czech MotoGP 2020 Brno Circuit
- Length of the circuit is 5.4 Km
- Total number of laps 21
- Riders will cover a distance of 113.5 km
- The circuit has a total of 14 corners
- It has 6 left corners and 8 right corners
- Valentino Rossi has the most number of wins here 5
- In the year 2019, Marc Marquez won the race
The Challenge Brno Circuit Present for Tyres
Brno circuit is considered to be one of the most challenging circuits for tyres due to his hard braking zone. Here is what Piero Taramasso – Michelin Motorsport has to say
“Brno is a big test for the tyres, it is quite complex and features a big change in elevation from the lowest part of the track to the highest. It has many demanding sections that require the tyres to work in many different ways, heavy braking, hard acceleration and an array of different corners that give varying levels of stress and load to the side of the tyres. We have a range of slicks that we know will work well here and the added performance from the compounds we introduced this year will be ideally suited to this track. We are hoping for the best weather conditions, but if it does rain we know that the wets perform very well here, so we are expecting a good race, no matter what happens.” As quoted at MotoGP.com
MotoGP Rider’s Standings Before Czech MotoGP