MotoGP live stream 2021: how to watch every Grand Prix online from anywhere
After one of the most wildly competitive MotoGP seasons ever, the 2021 MotoGP season promises to be another unpredictable ride. Don't miss a single lap with our guide - here's how to watch a MotoGP live stream no matter where you are in the world, and there are even options to watch absolutely FREE in some regions.
The 2020 season saw nine different race-winning riders, five of whom had never topped the podium before. Joan Mir clinched the title for Suzuki despite winning just one race, as Covid-19 and a season-ending injury to six-time reigning champion Marc Marquez wreaked havoc on proceedings.
Ducati is the reigning constructors' champion, thanks to Andrea Dovizioso and Danilo Petrucci, though Dovizioso has since stepped away from the team and could well haunt his former colleagues.
Ducati's cause was certainly helped by a 50-point penalty for Yamaha, which had a pair of treble-Grand Prix winning riders in its corner, in Fabio Quartararo and Franco Morbidelli. Red Bull's Miguel Oliveira also won multiple races, but couldn't beat Mir for consistency.
After races had to be restricted to Europe - and largely Spain - last year, MotoGP is going global once more, signalling a return to the calendar for the beloved Phillip Island Grand Prix Circuit, though it's equally great to welcome back Assen and the Cathedral of Speed itself, Mugello.
Ready for every hair-raising turn? Follow our guide as we explain how to get a 2021 MotoGP live stream from anywhere.
If you find yourself abroad at all during the 2021 MotoGP season, you'll likely discover you're unable to access your usual coverage like you would at home (for example, Australians will be blocked from catching their free Network 10 coverage). This isn't necessarily cause for alarm, but rather the result of geo-blocking - best understood as digital borders that restrict certain services and content to certain parts of the world.
Fortunately, there's a convenient way around this in the form of a VPN. This is a nifty bit of software that lets you whizz around these digital borders, thereby allowing you to globetrot and still access your preferred MotoGP live stream. It's a completely legal workarou
Once again, BT Sport will be showing all the MotoGP action this year live on TV, usually on BT Sport 2.
Don't forget that BT now has a new £25 monthly sports pass, so you can get all that BT Sport goodness without a long-term commitment.
The BT Sport app will let subscribers watch MotoGP on any number of devices, including mobiles, tablets, consoles and smart TVs.
If you find yourself outside the UK and want to watch the MotoGP like you would at home, don't worry about geo-blocks on your account – simply grab a VPN and follow the instructions above to live stream the action.
ou're in luck, Australia, as every MotoGP race of the 2020 season is set to be shown on free-to-air Network 10 channels, though if you're already a pay TV subscriber you can tune in on Fox Sports too.
This is great! However, anyone who watches more than just MotoGP may want to consider a service that gets them not only motorcycle racing but a wide range of sports coverage...
Kayo Sports is a great-value streaming service that provides access to every MotoGP race, plus F1, AFL, NRL, Super Rugby AOT, cricket and way more. Handy if you don't want to go all out on Fox.
Better still, Kayo offers a FREE two-week trial!
After that, the Kayo Sports Basic Package costs $25 per month and allows users to stream across two devices simultaneously. The service also offers a Kayo Sports Premium Package, which provides three concurrent streams for $35 per month.