The next MotoGP race is happening in Algarve, Portimao, Portugal, after a great spell of overtakes in Qatar. Johann Zarco is at the top of the World Standings table with 40 points followed by Fabio Quartararo and Maverick Vinales. Spain’s Miquel Pons is set to make his debut at the Portimao after replacing Tommaso Marcon. So.. brace yourself for the live action!
Venue: Algarve International Circuit
Timing: 9:00 local time (GMT +1)
Schedule: 16th April - 18th April 2021
Channel: BT Sport
Take a look at all channels that are broadcasting MotoGP 2021 live. As a side note, if you can’t access a sports channel in your country, use PureVPN to watch MotoGP races and qualifying rounds with a click of a button. Here’s the list of TV channels that will broadcast MotoGP 2021 season.
|Austria (Recommended)||Servus TV, Eurosport (Free)|
|Italy||Sky Sport, TV8|
|Japan||G+, Nippon TV|
|United Kingdom||BT Sports, Channel 5|
|United States (Recommended)||BeIN Sports (Free)|
If you happen to be living or traveling abroad where the services don't broadcast MotoGP races, you can use PureVPN to watch Portugese GP online. Here’s how:
Available in: United States
If you happen to be in the US, you can stream all MotoGP races on NBC. The best part is NBC offers a free trial for new customers via YouTube TV, Sling TV, and fuboTV. To enjoy MotoGP races on NBC, do this:
Available in: Belgium
RTBF has exclusive rights to broadcast MotoGP 2021. You can watch all races in French commentary on RTBF. As the service works in only a few countries, here’s what you need to do to enjoy Grand Prix of Portugal in your country:
You can live stream MotoGP races on various devices, including Android, iOS, PC, Xbox One, PS4, Apple TV, and Mac with PureVPN at your disposal.
Here is the complete schedule for the upcoming 2021 MotoGP Grand Prix season: