MOTOGP heads to Germany this weekend as Marc Marquez appears to be like to increase his lead.
The sequence chief, who has six Grand Prix world championships below his belt, has eight straight wins on the Sachsenring circuit in Saxony.
When is MotoGP Germany?
The German MotoGP will happen on Sunday, July 15.
It is going to start at 1pm.
Earlier than that, apply one shall be held on Friday, July 13 at eight:55am with apply two following at 1:05pm.
Observe three will begin on Saturday, July 14 at eight:55am and apply 4 at 12:30pm.
A closing press convention shall be held at 4pm.
It is going to be held on the Sachsenring circuit in Saxon, Germany.
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What TV channel is it on and can I live stream it?
All of the weekend’s action will be shown live on BT Sport 2.
Friday’s coverage will start at 7:45am, with Saturday at 7:55am and Sunday at 7:30am.
You can also live stream the full weekend on BTSport.com and on the BT Sport appwith the enhanced video available on both platforms.
And the BTSport app will allow you to subscribers to ride on board with 2018 Rookie of the Year Johann Zarco, in 360°.