A fan watching MotoGP action in the grandstand


The pinnacle of two-wheeled circuit racing arrives at Silverstone for the Monster Energy British Grand Prix MotoGP™. For those who are trackside, the on-track action as well as the plethora of activities in and around the paddock provides all the entertainment necessary for a MotoGP weekend. If you’ve opted to watch from home, however, there are a number of ways to watch all the drama unfold. 


The local contingentAlthough there aren’t any British riders currently competing in the premier class, Moto2 boasts three local riders in the form of Rory Skinner, Sam Lowes and Jake Dixon, the latter having broken his duck to score his first Grand Prix victory last time out at the Dutch TT. Meanwhile, Scott Ogden and Joshua Whatley call the Moto3 grid home. Of course, there will be all of the usual suspects duking it out for honours in MotoGP as well. 


Watch all of the action unfold

TNT SportsBT Sport, recently rebranded as TNT Sports, shows every MotoGP session throughout the season including the British round at Silverstone. The monthly cost sits at £29.99, the same as it used to cost under the BT banner but now it also encompasses additional access to discovery+. For those with a pre-existing BT Sport subscription, the change will be seamless, and you won’t have to lift a finger. 


ITVInitially planned to broadcast the British round of the 2023 MotoGP championship, ITV have since dropped the UK event in favour of the season finale in Valencia due to a scheduling clash. As a result, there will be no free-to-air coverage of the Monster Energy British Grand Prix MotoGP™.


MotoGP VideoPassThe most direct approach for MotoGP viewing in 2023 is the aptly named VideoPass. For €29.99 a month – or €129.99 for the full season – fans are provided access to live coverage of all sessions. Not only that, but an extensive archive of past races can transport you as far back as 1992.

The scheduleFor a full weekend timetable, you can visit the Monster Energy British Grand Prix MotoGP™ schedule page. The key times though, are 10:50 until 11:30 BST on Saturday, 5 August for qualifying, 15:00 later that day for the Tissot Sprint whilst the headlining 20-lap race is set to get underway at 13:00 BST on Sunday, 6 August. 


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