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How to watch the MotoGP Valencia Grand Prix on television or streaming

One more year, the last race of the MotoGP World Championship will be held in Cheste with the Valencian Community Grand Prix at the Ricardo Tormo Circuit. Will we know the winner of the World Cup before?

The last seven races held on this circuit have been won by a Spanish rider: Dani Pedrosa in 2012 and 2017, Jorge Lorenzo in 2013, 2015 and 2016, and Marc Mrquez in 2014 and 2019.

The odds that this year will also be won by a Spanish are high, and there are a total of 10 national pilots participating in the championship: Maverick Viales, lex Rins, Aleix Espargar, Tito Rabat, Pol Espargar, lex Mrquez, Iker Lecuona, Joan Mir, Lorenzo and Mrquez.

Although the Valencian Grand Prix may not have the emotion of knowing who will be the world champion, you may want to follow it live and cheer on your favorite. In this article we explain how and at what time to watch it on television or on streaming.

When and where the Valencian Community Grand Prix is ​​played

The MotoGP Valencian Community Grand Prix will take place on Sunday, November 15 at 2:00 p.m. (Peninsular Spanish time) at the Ricardo Tormo Circuit in the Valencian town of Cheste.

That weekend, the regular training sessions of each Grand Prix will also take place. On the 13th and the morning of the 14th the free practice sessions will take place, while the qualifications to define the grid will be on Saturday at noon.

Finally, on the Sunday before the expected races, the warm-ups will take place. The last race of the Moto3 and Moto2 championship will also be held on the 18th, but at 11:00 and 12:20 respectively.

How to watch the Grand Prix of the Valencian Community on television

This MotoGP season can only be seen in streaming, which means that if you want to watch it on television you will need to connect your laptop to the television using an HDMI cable or a dongle Chromecast. That s, you must have subscribed to DAZN before.

The live broadcast will begin shortly before 2:00 p.m. on November 15. You can also see free practice, qualifying training, warm-ups and races for Moto3 and Moto2, the broadcast of which will start at the same time as in real time.

How to watch the Valencian Community Grand Prix in streaming

The Valencian Community Grand Prix, as we have said, can be followed from a computer, tablet or smartphone as long as you are subscribed to platform DAZN. The subscription costs 9.99 a month (without permanence) or 99 a year.

On the other hand, there are channel aggregators in which it should not be difficult to find a channel that broadcasts the race. However, keep in mind that its legality is somewhat doubtful and that at PCWorld we always recommend choosing the previous option.

In any case, it seems sensible to resort to a VPN network, either to protect your privacy -the channel aggregators usually have many ads- or simply to cross any geographical restriction that may exist.

How to see the Grand Prix of the Valencian Community from Latin America

In the current season, only one Grand Prix is ​​contested in one Latin American country: Argentina. Furthermore, there is no pilot from Latin America. However, you may still be there and want to pursue the last race of the year.