MotoGP Argentina race: Start time, TV channel, live stream free and schedule for Grand Prix showdown

MOTOGP heads to South America after a fantastic start to the season in the desert of Qatar.

Andrea Dovizioso ran out winner in the season’s opening race despite having to battle to the very last corner with Marc Marquez.

Jack Miller started 50 metres ahead of the rest of the grid in Argentina last year
BT Sport

But organisers will be hoping this year’s race runs more smoothly than last year’s Argentine GP.

Then, Jack Miller started 50 metres ahead of his opponents after beginning the race on slick tires while everybody else was given a grid penalty for changing from wets at the last minute.

However, many believe than Argentine race control broke their own rules by allowing the riders to start on the grid rather than in the pit lane.

When is MotoGP Argentina 2019?

The times to get in your diary are as follows:

Saturday, March 30

Free Practice 3 (1.50pm)

Qualifying 1 (6.05pm)

Qualifying 2 (6.30pm)

Sunday, March 31

Race (7pm)

What TV channel is MotoGP Argentina on and can I live stream it?

The MotoGP Argentina race weekend will be live on BT Sport 2.

Coverage of the Friday practices will commence at 11.45am with coverage on Saturday beginning at 12pm and Sunday coverage starting at 1.30pm.

On all days, MotoGP coverage on BT Sport will also take in the action from Moto2 and Moto3.

To live stream the event, go to or the BT Sport App.

Can I watch MotoGP Argentina for free?

EE phone subscribers can also catch the action for FREE by signing up for three-month trial.

You can do this by texting SPORT to 150 or phoning 07953 966502 and follow the instructions.

The free trial will allow you to watch all BT Sport channels – excluding the red button options – via the app, while free casting to your television is also included.

At the end of your free trial, you can continue using this service, but it will cost £5 a month for the app and £10 per month to cast.

You can cancel at any time during the free trial, simply by texting STOP SPORT to 150.


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