Where to Watch the 2022 MotoGP German Grand Prix

MotoGP returns to the Sachsenring in Germany this weekend for the 2022 German Grand Prix.

Fabio Quartararo is hoping to extend his lead at the top of the Riders' Standings after taking victory in convincing fashion at the Circuit de Barcelona Catalunya last time around.

Meanwhile, Aleix Espargaro will be hoping to avenge his heartbreak after the Spaniard mistook the final lap for the chequered flag, throwing away a guaranteed podium finish and vital points in the championship fight.

Here are all your viewing options as the world's premier motorbike racing series returns to Germany.

Will the MotoGP German Grand Prix be broadcast on Sky Sports?

No. Sky Sports does not have broadcasting rights to show MotoGP sessions in the United Kingdom. Sky Sports is the exclusive home of Formula 1 coverage in the United Kingdom and also shows IndyCar races, but never broadcasts MotoGP races.

Will the MotoGP German Grand Prix be broadcast on BT Sport?

Yes. BT Sport is the home of MotoGP coverage in the United Kingdom. They will be showing all Free Practice and Qualifying sessions, as well as the race on Sunday live on the BT Sport channels.

BT Sport customers will also be able to stream the German Grand Prix live through the BT Sport app, on the go or on consoles and devices.

Will the MotoGP German Grand Prix be streamed on MotoGP VideoPass?

Yes. MotoGP's in-house streaming service, VideoPass, will be another option for viewers around the world when it comes to the German Grand Prix race weekend.

An annual subscription to VideoPass costs €149.99 for an annual subscription and gives you access to live and on-demand races, as well as a host of bonus content. Weekend passes are available for €20 and give you access to all sessions across the race weekend.

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