MotoGP Germany 2024: TV, information and schedules

As if by chance, MotoGP will be holding its ninth round of the year this weekend, and will be entering its one-month summer break without racing. The winding yet fast Sachsenring track in Germany is set to turn the championship upside down, and it is such a peculiar track that anything is possible.

There we have seen Marc Márquez reign with an iron fist in the past and suffer in 2023. But further back in time we have seen Jonas Folger be able to stand up to him, and even further back in time we saw the last chance for a 500 to beat a MotoGP bike when Oliver Jacque took out Álex Barros.

But the last references we have of the German track correspond to 2023 and, as we said, there Márquez suffered, suffered a lot with the Honda while the Ducatis practically monopolized the top 10, with Miller sixth and Oliveira tenth, as the only non-Ducati riders. And as far as the battle we are seeing this year is concerned, last season the battle between Martín and Bagnaia was served.

However, Jorge Martín took victory on both Saturday and Sunday and this year he needs it even more if he wants to go into the holidays with a greater advantage than he has in the general classification after the five consecutive victories between the Sprint and the GP of Pecco. The Italian is riding well, with no margin for error and showing his best form and it is hoped that he will continue in this way in Germany.

In any case, Martin could stop the blow if he manages to finish ahead of the Italian on both days, although the important thing is that on this track other drivers can get between them and make the points differences greater.

We can only wait for the weekend to start and see what each of them is capable of, including Marc Márquez and Enea Bastianini, who will want to take the win. Furthermore, due to the peculiarities of the German track, where the first sector is slow and twisty, followed by an extremely fast section with terrifying curves, having a balanced bike is vital.

Aleix Espargaró is in doubt after his falls at Assen, although the worst was the last one

And that opens the door for other riders like those from Aprilia, we’ll see if with or without Aleix Espargaró and perhaps KTM can join the “party”. As things stand it would be very risky to think that Quartararo with the Yamaha will be in front, but we must not forget that at Sachsengring there was a time when the M1 went very well. The same thing happened with the Honda and we fear that this year both will fight to not close the classification.

Finally, we must not lose sight of the fact that rain and storms are forecast at different times during the weekend, which could put an end to all our speculations. The good news is that we will find out between Saturday and Sunday.

Where to watch MotoGP Germany 2024

This weekend, the last before the summer break, we once again have the same options that we usually have to watch MotoGP Germany live. That is, DAZN through its own platform or Movistar+ if we want to watch it in Spanish or the Videopass in case we don’t mind watching the entire international broadcast in English. The downside is that in this case we have access to all the multimedia content on the championship website, which is quite a bit.

Will any guests crash the Ducati party this weekend?

MotoGP Germany 2024 Schedule

Although there is also F1 this weekend, the MotoGP schedule will not be altered at all and we will be able to enjoy the German GP at the usual time.

Friday, July 5th

09:00-09:35 – Moto3™ – Free Practice
09:50-10:30 – Moto2™ – Free Practice
10:45-11:30 – MotoGP™ – Free Practice Nr. 1
13:15-13:50 – Moto3™ – Practice Nr. 1
14:05-14:45 – Moto2™ – Practice Nr. 1
15:00-16:00 – MotoGP™ – Practice

Saturday July 6th

08:40-09:10 – Moto3™ – Practice Nr. 2
09:25-09:55 – Moto2™ – Practice Nr. 2
10:10-10:40 – MotoGP™ – Free Practice Nr. 2
10:50-11:05 – MotoGP™ – Qualifying Nr. 1
11:15-11:30 – MotoGP™ – Qualifying Nr. 2
12:50-13:05 – Moto3™ – Qualifying Nr. 1
13:15-13:30 – Moto3™ – Qualifying Nr. 2
13:45-14:00 – Moto2™ – Qualifying Nr. 1
14:10-14:25 – Moto2™ – Qualifying Nr. 2
15:00 – MotoGP™ – 15 laps – Sprint

Sunday, July 7th

09:40-09:50 – MotoGP™ – Warm Up
11:00 – Moto3™ – 23 laps – Race
12:15 – Moto2™ – 25 laps – Race
14:00 – MotoGP™ – 30 laps – Race

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