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The Grand Prix contingent will convene on the rolling hills of Winchester, United Kingdom, this weekend for the first round of the 2020 FIM Motocross World Championship. The event is going to be unpredictable, as there are so many unknowns, and therefore fans from across the globe will attempt to tune in. Is that even possible though? All of the broadcast details for specific countries are listed below. If none of this information is relevant, then MXGP-TV is the only alternative.

United Kingdom

MXGP-TV.com

Sunday 1 March: LIVE MX2 Race One (12:00 GMT).

Sunday 1 March: LIVE MXGP Race One (13:00 GMT).

Sunday 1 March: LIVE MX2 Race Two (16:00 GMT).

Sunday 1 March: LIVE MXGP Race Two (17:00 GMT).

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USA and Canada

CBS Sports Network

Sunday 1 March: Delayed MX2 Race Two (22:00 ET).

Sunday 1 March: Delayed MXGP Race Two (23:00 ET).

Europe

Eurosport 2

Sunday 1 March: Delayed MX2 Race One (21:30 CET).

Sunday 1 March: Delayed MXGP Race One (22:00 CET).

Sunday 1 March: Delayed MX2 Race Two (22:30 CET).

Sunday 1 March: Delayed MXGP Race Two (23:00 CET).

Baltics

TV Play Sports +

Sunday 1 March: LIVE MXGP Race One (14:00 CET).

Sunday 1 March: LIVE MXGP Race Two (17:00 CET).

Belgium

PLAY SPORTS 1

Sunday 1 March: LIVE MXGP Race One (14:00 CET).

Sunday 1 March: LIVE MXGP Race Two (17:00 CET).

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Finland

Cmore Max

Sunday 1 March: LIVE MXGP Race Two (18:00 EET).

France

Automoto La Chaine

Sunday 1 March: LIVE MX2 Race One (14:00 CET).

Sunday 1 March: LIVE MXGP Race One (15:00 CET).

Sunday 1 March: LIVE MX2 Race Two (16:00 CET).

Sunday 1 March: LIVE MXGP Race Two (17:00 CET).

La Chaine L’Equipe

Sunday 1 March: Delayed MX2 Race Two (18:30 CET).

Sunday 1 March: Delayed MXGP Race Two (19:30 CET).

Eurosport 2

Sunday 1 March: Delayed MX2 Race One (22:30 CET).

Sunday 1 March: Delayed MXGP Race One (23:00 CET).

Sunday 1 March: Delayed MX2 Race Two (23:30 CET).

Monday 2 March: Delayed MXGP Race Two (00:00 CET).

Italy

RAI Sport

Sunday 1 March: Delayed MXGP Race One (23:00 CET).

Monday 2 March: Delayed MXGP Race Two (00:20 CET).

RAI Sport Web

Sunday 1 March: LIVE MXGP Race One (14:00 CET).

Sunday 1 March: LIVE MXGP Race Two (17:00 CET).

Eurosport 2

Sunday 1 March: Delayed MX2 Race One (21:30 CET).

Sunday 1 March: Delayed MXGP Race One (22:00 CET).

Sunday 1 March: Delayed MX2 Race Two (22:30 CET).

Sunday 1 March: Delayed MXGP Race Two (23:00 CET).

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The Netherlands

NOS

Sunday 1 March: LIVE MXGP Race One (14:00 CET).

Sunday 1 March: LIVE MXGP Race Two (17:00 CET).

Portugal

Sport TV 5

Sunday 1 March: LIVE MX2 Race One (12:00 GMT).

Sunday 1 March: LIVE MXGP Race One (13:00 GMT).

Sunday 1 March: LIVE MX2 Race Two (16:00 GMT).

Sunday 1 March: LIVE MXGP Race Two (17:00 GMT).

Slovenia

Sport TV1

Sunday 1 March: LIVE MX2 Race One (13:00 CET).

Sunday 1 March: LIVE MXGP Race One (14:00 CET).

Sunday 1 March: LIVE MX2 Race Two (16:00 CET).

Sunday 1 March: LIVE MXGP Race Two (17:00 CET).

Spain

TV Galicia

Sunday 1 March: LIVE MXGP Race One (14:00 CET).

Sunday 1 March: LIVE MXGP Race Two (17:00 CET).

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Asia

FOX Sports 2 China

Sunday 1 March: LIVE MX2 Race One (20:00 local time).

Sunday 1 March: LIVE MXGP Race One (21:00 local time).

Sunday 1 March: LIVE MX2 Race Two (23:00 local time).

Monday 2 March: LIVE MXGP Race Two (00:00 local time).

FOX Sports Sea

Monday 2 March: Delayed MX2 Race One (11:00 local time).

Monday 2 March: Delayed MXGP Race One (12:00 local time).

Monday 2 March: Delayed MX2 Race Two (13:00 local time).

Monday 2 March: Delayed MXGP Race Two (14:00 local time).

FOX Sports 3 Sea

Sunday 1 March: LIVE MX2 Race One (20:00 local time).

Sunday 1 March: LIVE MXGP Race One (21:00 local time).

Sunday 1 March: LIVE MX2 Race Two (23:00 local time).

Monday 2 March: LIVE MXGP Race Two (00:00 local time).

Star Sports China

Monday 2 March: Delayed MX2 Race One (11:00 local time).

Monday 2 March: Delayed MXGP Race One (12:00 local time).

Monday 2 March: Delayed MX2 Race Two (13:00 local time).

Monday 2 March: Delayed MXGP Race Two (14:00 local time).

Brazil

Band Sports

Sunday 1 March: LIVE MXGP Race One (10:00 local time).

Sunday 1 March: LIVE MXGP Race Two (13:00 local time).

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Ferruccio Zanchi is the new face in Team HRC, with the Italian youngster leading the renewed CRF250R programme for 2024. Watch on, to get to know a bit more about this new MX2 rider.

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Hawkstone International in the books for Gabriel SS24 KTM

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In the MX2 class Cas qualified 3rd and had a good feeling on the sandy circuit. In moto 1 he had a good start but struggled to pass on the one lined track and by the time he got to third position the leaders had pulled away. Shortly into moto 2 there was a red flag with a full restart. Cas again restarted in second behind current MX2 world champion Adrea Adamo to where he would finish the 25 minute + 1 lap race. As well as securing 2nd on the podium these results qualified Cas to line up for the superfinal. The MX2 riders were let off the gate first shortly followed by the MX1 riders. Cas started in second and throughout the moto was picked off gradually by the faster 450 machines. He finished a very respectable 12th in the combined results, and the second MX2 machine. Up next for Cas is Lierop International this Sunday 3rd March.


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Coming into the weekend Josh was carrying a slight lower back issue but was able to compete and got stronger as the day went on. He qualified 17th which he was not happy with but didn’t let it affect him ahead of the races. In moto 1 he had an unusually bad start but got up to 11th place just behind Adam Sterry and despite getting close was not able to make the pass. In moto 2 he had another good jump but had more bad luck when he got caught up with another rider and had a first turn crash. Coming from dead last he came through the pack to finish 10th. Heading into the superfinal Josh rode his best all day and finished the superfinal 7th in the combined results, 6th MX1 machine and top British rider for which he received the Vaughan Semmens Memorial Trophy for. This was Josh’s last preseason race to get the final touches sorted before his season officially starts in Argentina for the MXGP series on the 9th/10th March.

Team Manager Shaun Simpson, said: “Hawkstone is always a great pre-season race and this year certainly didn’t disappoint! Probably one of the biggest crowds I’ve seen at Hawkstone in the last 20 years. It’s a great test for the riders and was nice for us to showcase our new paddock setup for our British fans and sponsors. Both Josh and Cas steadily got better as the day went on, the mechanics done a fantastic job with the tight schedule and it was nice for Cas to get his first podium of the season. We are gathering some momentum now and are looking forward to Lierop this weekend for Cas and Argentina in two weeks to start the MXGP championship with Josh.”

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Lucas and Sacha Coenen confirmed for Lierop

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This Sunday (March 3) the Dutch motocross season will start at the Herselse Bossen circuit in Lierop. The field of racers is getting stronger and stronger and it promises to be a really high-level race.


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The MX2 class is full of young and motivated riders and Lucas and Sacha Coenen will join them for Lierop. These talented twins regularly impressed in the MX2 World Championship last year and Lucas won his first Grand Prix in Indonesia at the age of sixteen.

A fifth place was his share in the final standings and he certainly wants to improve on that this year. Sacha also regularly showed that he has the speed to compete at the front. Highlights were his second place in the qualifying heat in Finland and top five finishes in the Czech Republic and Sweden.

In the deep sand of Lierop, the Coenen brothers will compete against riders like Kay de Wolf, Cas Valk, Hakon Osterhagen, Max Werner, Scott Smulders, Bradley Mesters, Hakon Fredriksen, Oriol Oliver and others.

Also in the 500 class we get fireworks with the participation of Jeffrey Herlings, Jago Geerts, Pauls Jonass, Calvin Vlaanderen, Brent van Doninck and others.

The weather forecast looks good, so the Dutch MX Season Opener in Lierop has all the ingredients to see a great day of racing.

For more information have a look at www.maclierop.nl

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