Racing returns virtually this weekend with the Red Bull Virtual Grand Prix of Spain.
After the success of #StayAtHomeGP Virtual Grands Prix, MotoGP™ has announced that this weekend’s online racing will support the official charity of MotoGP™, Two Wheels for Life.
The event will take place on Sunday 3 May 2020, with all three Grand Prix classes set to race virtually for the first time ever.
Fans can support the official charity partner of the MotoGP™, Two Wheels for Life, by visiting this donation link.
What is the format and who will compete in the Red Bull Virtual Grand Prix of Spain?
The line-up for the #VirtualSpanishGP will be full of stars of the sport. The MotoGP™ grid will contain 11 riders who will compete for 13 laps, with the Moto2™ and Moto3™ classes containing 10 riders each, racing for eight laps.
In addition, for the first time since its release on April 23, the riders will now be playing on the new official MotoGP™20 video game.
Highlights from qualifying will be shown before the three races, with those sessions set to decide the grid before the broadcast. The order will follow a normal Grand Prix weekend as Moto3™ race first, followed by Moto2™, before MotoGP™ take to the stage thereafter.
How can you watch the Red Bull Virtual Grand Prix of Spain in Australia?
Digitally, fans can watch the whole Virtual Grand Prix on motogp.com and esport.motogp.com, and across social media platforms including the MotoGP™ eSport Twitter, Instagram, YouTube and Facebook.
Locally in Australia, fans can watch the broadcast on Fox Sports Australia, Channel 10 and Kayo.
What time does the Red Bull Virtual Grand Prix start in Australia?
The TV broadcast of the Red Bull Virtual Grand Prix of Spain starts at 11:00pm (AEST) on Sunday 3 May 2020.
After the Red Bull Virtual Grand Prix of Spain, there will also be a post-race Press Conference for each class on MotoGP™’s Instagram.
The Press Conference will take place live, with MotoGP™ at 2:00am, Moto2™ at 2:30am and Moto3™ at 3:00am (all AEST) on Monday 4 May 2020.