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How to watch MXGP

MXGP is back in action for the first round of the 2019 FIM Motocross World Championship season this weekend. The MXGP of Patagonia – Argentina will be the first chance to see the world’s best motocross riders fight for the early season advantage.

The circuit in Neuquen is among the most impressive on the calendar and with the views of Patagonia in the background riders will face not only each other but also the nerves of the opening round and the fast track with always changing conditions.

In the UK, Eurosport are showing coverage at 10.15pm until 11.30pm on Sunday night.

In Central Europe it will be Eurosport 2 who will broadcast the entire season either Live or with the same day slightly delayed. Times are:

Sunday 3 March – MXGP Race 1 – 17:00 CET – Live

Sunday 3 March – MX2 Race 1 – 18:00 CET – Delayed

Sunday 3 March – MX2 Race 2 – 19:00 CET – Live

Sunday 3 March – MXGP Race 2 – 20:00 CET – Live

The entire event including Saturday’s Qualifying races will also be streamed LIVE worldwide from Patagonia Argentina on MXGP’s own online TV service, www.MXGP-TV.com, and as in years past fans can also watch the 26min Behind the Gate special feature via our TV or MXGP-TV on the Tuesday after each event.

So in UK time, Saturday’s MX2 qualifying is 6.15pm, MXGP qualifying 7pm. On Sunday. MX2 R1 is 3pm, MXGP R1 4pm, MX2 R2 6pm, MXGP R2 7pm.

So in UK time, Saturday’s MX2 qualifying is 6.15pm, MXGP qualifying 7pm. On Sunday. MX2 R1 is 3pm, MXGP R1 4pm, MX2 R2 6pm, MXGP R2 7pm.

Local TimeCET
StartLocal time start Local time FinishCET start
Saturday
Studio Show12:0012:3016:0016:30
MX2 Qualifying15:1515:5519:1519:55
MXGP Qualifying16:0016:4020:0020:40
Sunday
MX2 Race 112:0013:0016:0017:00
MXGP Race 113:0014:0017:0018:00
MX2 race 215:0016:0019:0020:00
MXGP Race 216:0017:0020:0021:00

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