Malaysian MotoGP 2019 Live Stream & Live Telecast Information: Can Marquez Be Stopped In Malaysia Or He Will Take Yet Another Win?
You won’t find a better place than Malaysia for MotoGP action. Malaysian fans are very enthusiastic, they love racing and make atmosphere of Sepang electric. Now the action will shift to Sepang Circuit Malaysia this weekend. The last year race was rain-affected and won by defending champion, Marc Marquez. If Marquez pulls off a win in Malaysia it will be his sixth consecutive win this season. Australian MotoGP was heartbreak for Maverick Vinales, the rider was about to replicate his 2018 performance but the last lap crashed saw him losing the race to champion Marquez. Sportsfeista brings you complete information of Malaysian MotoGP 2019 Live Stream & Live Telecast Information.
Sepang used to be a happy hunting ground for The Doctor, he has 6 MotoGP wins here and also has a huge fan following. However, the last time in 2018 he crashed out. The event will be special for local by Hafizh Syahrin, as he will ride in front of the home crowd. The exciting thing about the Sepang circuit is the width which allows overtaking manoeuvres. It has high-speed corners and two long straights which all make the race exciting.
Malaysian MotoGP 2019 Live Stream Information:
Live Stream of Malaysian MotoGP Available at Sony Liv app & Sony Liv.com. The live feed of MotoGP 2019 will be available on MotoGP.com, Tenplay, and BTsport.
Malaysian MotoGP 2019 Live Telecast Information:
Fans in India will get to see the Malaysian 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
Malaysian MotoGP Practice Race Schedule for Friday, November 01, 2019
Moto3 Practice Race 1 09:00-9:40
Moto 2 Practice Race 1 09:55-10:35
MotoGP Practice Race 1 10:50-11:35
Moto3 Practice Race 2 13:15-13:55
Moto2 Practice Race 2 14:10-14:50
MotoGP Practice Race 2 15:05-15:50
Malaysian MotoGP Qualifying Race Schedule for Saturday, November 02, 2019
Moto3 Practice Race 3 09:00-9:40
Moto 2 Practice Race 3 09:55-10:35
MotoGP Practice Race 3 10:50-11:35
Moto3 Qualifying Race 1 12:35-12:50
Moto3 Qualifying Race 2 13:00-13:15
Moto2 Qualifying Race 1 13:30-13:45
Moto2 Qualifying Race 2 13:55-14:10
MotoGP Practice Race 4 14:25-14:55
MotoGP Qualifying Race 1 15:05-15:20
MotoGP Qualifying Race 2 15:30-15:45
Malaysian MotoGP Race Day Schedule for Sunday, November 03, 2019
Moto3 Warm UP 08:40-9:00
Moto 2 Warm UP 09:10-09:30
MotoGP Warm UP 09:40-10:00
Moto3 Race 12:00
Moto2 Race 13:20
MotoGP Race 15:00
All timings are given in local Malaysian time which GMT+8.
Sepang Circuit Malaysia
- The first race was held in 1999
- The total length of the circuit 5.5 km
- There will 20 laps for MotoGP race
- Riders will cover a distance of 110.9 km
- The longest straight is of 920 meter
- The circuit has 15 corners 5 left and 10 right
Top 5 MotoGP Riders Before Malaysian MotoGP
Champion Marc Marquez is leading the deriver’s championship with 350 points and has 11 wins under his belt. His dominance is such that his nearest rival, “Dovizioso” is trailing by 135 points. Maverick Viniales had the chance to move up as he was looking good for repeating his 2018 performance but last-lap crash shattered his dream. Quartararo and Petrucci were unable to add any points to their account as both were not able to finish in Australia.
SN Riders Wins Points
1 Marc Marquez 11 375
2 Andrea Dovizioso 2 240
3 Alex Rins 2 183
4 Maverick Vinales 1 176
5 Danilo Petrucci 1 169