MotoGP Holding Virtual Race

Sporting associations have implemented new strategies to entertain their loyal supporters throughout the Covid-19 Pandemic. This extends towards the MotoGP Series, which announced that they’re beginning a new virtual race on March 29th. This race will feature the most notable drivers on the MotoGP Grid, with these individuals using SIM Racing Motorcycles to compete on their official video game. This will remain active throughout the period that races are suspended with MotoGP.

There’ll be a Qualifying Round before the official race begins on Sunday. Drivers will be provided six laps at the Mugello Grand Prix to place their best lap time. It’s known that drivers like Valentino Rossi, Marc Marquez, Fabio Quartararo, Maverick Vinales and Alex Rins will be racing in this virtual Grand Prix. There’ll be numerous ways supporters can watch this venue, including a series of online streaming services. Those include Instagram, Facebook, Twitter, MotoGP’s official website and their eSports website. A series of broadcasters will also support this virtual race. This mark one of the 1st publicly broadcasted motorcycle racing venues in weeks.

Broadcasters confirmed to be showcasing MotoGP’s Virtual Series included Canal+, DAZN Spain, Sky Italy, BT Sport – UK, Eurosport – Netherlands, DACHS – Spain, OTE – Greece, ViaSat – Sweden, and Swiss Television. Those are the available broadcasters throughout the European Union. There are other broadcasters globally that are showcasing this race. Those broadcasters comprise of ESPN – Latin America, SportTV – Portugal, MTV – Finland and NBC Sports – the United States.

MotoGP’s Entertaining Products Amidst Covid-19

Organizers behind the MotoGP confirmed that they’d be providing a one-month free trial for new members with their video content service. Announced during this confirmation was the introduction of new content dating back to 1992. Those not enjoying the video content service are provided the option to delete their payment information. However, the best races in MotoGP’s history are listed with this service. Supporters have recommended notable Grand Prix like Argentina in 2015, which saw Marquez and Rossi compete is a way that’s never been seen again. Additional recommendations for good Grand Prix’s include Assen 2014, Catalunya 2009 and Laguna Seca 2008.

Both comments and pings are currently closed.

Comments are closed.

Powered by WordPress and MagTheme