Formula 1, MotoGP: What time and on what channel to watch this Sunday's Grand Prix?

Formula 1, MotoGP: What time and on what channel to watch this Sunday’s Grand Prix?

After eight competing races, a French duo leads the MotoGP World Championship. Fabio Quartararo (Yamaha) is the leader, followed by Johann Zarco (Ducati) and New Zealander Jack Miller (Ducati). With three wins and five podiums in total, Fabio Quartaro has 131 points, 22 points ahead of Johann Zarco and the four podiums. The ninth race of the season is held in Essen for the Dutch Grand Prix. In Formula 1, it is Dutchman Max Verstappen who leads the general classification. The Red Bull driver has won three races, including last week’s GP de France, and finished second three times. Lewis Hamilton and Sergio Perez complete the podium. This weekend, the eighth Grand Prix of the season will be held in Austria, at the Spielberg circuit. On Sunday, June 27, the Formula 1 and MotoGP Grand Prix races will be broadcast exclusively by CANAL +, with the MotoGP Dutch Grand Prix kicking off at 2pm, 3pm, starting with the Formula 1 Styrian Grand Prix.

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