What time does the 2019 Dutch MotoGP™ start in Australia?

Andrea Dovizioso on track at Assen at the 2018 Dutch MotoGP

The 2019 MotoGP™ season continues with the Grand Prix of Netherlands at TT Circuit Assen this weekend.

Australian television audiences can watch every session of MotoGP™, Moto2™ and Moto3™ live in HD and ad-break free on Fox Sports in 2019.

Live streaming is available for compatible devices, in HD and on demand with Kayo Sports.

For free-to-air viewers, 10 Bold will show the MotoGP™ races live in 2019.

Here is everything you need to know, including the start time and race info, for the 2019 Grand Prix of Netherlands.

When is the Dutch MotoGP™?

The eigth race of the 2019 MotoGP™ season takes place on Sunday 30 June.

Practice begins on Friday 28 June with FP1 and FP2, followed by FP3, FP4 and qualifying on Saturday 29 June.

What time does the Dutch GP start?

The Dutch GP starts at 2.00pm local time on Sunday 30 June, which is 10.00pm Australian Eastern Standard Time (AEST) on Sunday 30 June.

The AEST for each session is as follows:

MotoGP™

  • Practice 1: Friday 5.55pm-6.40pm AEST
  • Practice 2: Friday 10.10pm-10.55pm AEST
  • Practice 3: Saturday 5.55pm-6.40pm AEST
  • Practice 4: Saturday 9.30pm-10.00pm AEST
  • Qualifying 1: Saturday 10.10pm-10.25pm AEST
  • Qualifying 2: Saturday 10.35pm-10.50pm AEST
  • Warm-Up: Sunday 5.40pm-6.00pm AEST
  • Race: Sunday 10.00pm AEST

Moto2™

  • Practice 1: Friday 6.55pm-7.35pm AEST
  • Practice 2: Friday 11.10pm-11.50pm AEST
  • Practice 3: Saturday 6.55pm-7.35pm AEST
  • Qualifying 1: Saturday 11.05pm-11.20pm AEST
  • Qualifying 2: Saturday 11.30pm-11.45pm AEST
  • Warm-Up: Sunday 5.10pm-5.30pm AEST
  • Race: Sunday 8.20pm AEST

Moto3™

  • Practice 1: Friday 5.00pm-5.40pm AEST
  • Practice 2: Friday 9.15pm-9.55pm AEST
  • Practice 3: Saturday 5.00pm-5.40pm AEST
  • Qualifying 1: Saturday 8.35pm-8.50pm AEST
  • Qualifying 2: Saturday 9.00pm-9.15pm AEST
  • Warm-Up: Sunday 4.40pm-5.00pm AEST
  • Race: Sunday 7.00pm AEST

Where is the Dutch GP held and how many laps is it?

The race takes place at TT Circuit Assen.

MotoGP™ riders will race 26 laps covering a total distance of 118.1 km.

What TV channel is the Dutch GP on in Australia?

Live television coverage in Australia of each MotoGP™, Moto2™ and Moto3™ session is on Fox Sports.

Live streaming is available for compatible devices, in HD and on demand with Kayo Sports.

For free-to-air viewers, 10 Bold will show the MotoGP™ race live from 9.30pm AEST on Sunday 30 June.

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