MotoGP German GP: Here’s When, Where and How to Watch 2024 Sachsenring Race in India

Here's all you need to know about the 2024 MotoGP German GP, set to unfold over 26 laps of the iconic 4.555km Sachsenring on Sunday, July 07.

By Divyam Dubey | on July 5, 2024 Follow us on Autox Google News

The MotoGP paddock gears up for one final showdown before the summer break at the iconic Sachsenring circuit in Germany. This weekend's (July 7th) German Grand Prix marks the culmination of the first half of the season, and the battle for championship supremacy is heating up. Last year, Jorge Martin stole the show at the Sachsenring, conquering both the Sprint and Grand Prix races.  This year, he arrives with even greater momentum, leading the championship standings by ten points over Ducati's Francesco Bagnaia. Also, Yamaha's Alex Rins will miss the 2024 German GP due to injuries sustained at TT Assen, where he fractured his hands and one leg after being thrown from his bike at the first corner. He is currently hospitalized and aims to return to the British GP in August.

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MotoGP: 2024 German Grand Prix Timings

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Friday, July 05

German MotoGP P1 - 2:15 pm

German MotoGP P2 - 6:30 pm

Saturday, July 06

German MotoGP FP - 1.40 pm

German MotoGP Qualifying - 2.20 pm

German MotoGP SPR - 6:30 pm

Sunday, July 07

German MotoGP - 5:30 pm

MotoGP German GP: Where to Watch the 2024 Sachsenring Race

You can watch the 2024 MotoGP race live for free on JioCinema. You can download it from Google Play or Apple App Store. JioCinema is available for smart TVs and is free for everyone, regardless of whether you have a Jio SIM card. The app is compatible with iPhones and iPads running iOS 7 or later, Android phones with version 4.3 or later, and Samsung Tizen devices with version 2.4 or later.

The 2024 MotoGP Italian Grand Prix will be broadcast live on Eurosport and Sports 18 in India.

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For comprehensive coverage, including practice sessions, qualifying, races, and highlights, you can subscribe to MotoGP's official streaming service, MotoGP VideoPass, for an annual fee.

MotoGP: Sachsenring

The Sachsenring, located in Hohenstein-Ernstthal, Saxony, near the Czech Republic border, is the shortest and slowest circuit of the MotoGP season at just 3.671 km in length. Its uniqueness lies in its anticlockwise layout, featuring 10 left-hand turns, three right-hand turns, and a short 700-meter straight. This design demands riders spend considerable time at extreme lean angles and varying speeds, putting significant stress on the left side of their tyres.

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