MotoGP Australia 2014 Live Stream + Video of Highlights Australian Grand Prix

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The chase for the podium ensues as the 2014 MotoGP calendar heads to Australia! On the Internet or on TV, MotoGP fans can watch today’s race from smartphones, tablets and laptops thanks to links provided below and on national TV channels. If you miss the Australian MotoGP Grand Prix live stream, you can watch its highlights thanks to videos provided on this website on Sunday 19th October 2014 at 1:00 AM ET. Pedrosa, Rossi and Lorenzo resume their battle for the podium, but will they outpace Marquez to victory?

The 2014 MotoGP calendar resumes with the sixteenth race of the season as motorists and fans head to Australia following some surprising results in Saturday’s qualifying sessions. The race for the podium remains as intense as ever, with Pedrosa, Lorenzo and Rossi striving to fill the spots behind Marc Marquez, and Australia could well give riders a cutting edge. MotoGP fans will be able to follow all the action from today’s race thanks to the Australian Grand Prix live stream just before it starts!

Australian MotoGP 2014 Live Stream

National TV channels will be broadcasting the Australian Grand Prix. Fans can watch the race on Fox Sports 1 (USA), BT Sport (UK), Eurosport Player (France), Fox Sports Australia (Australia) and Sky Italia (Italy). More details about the Australian MotoGP Grand Prix live stream are available here.

A few minutes before the Australian MotoGP race, come back here on TechNews.org to know everything about the live stream of the race. At the end of the Australian Grand Prix, fans can also watch the highlights from the Australian Grand Prix race.

Australian MotoGP Live Stream

Marquez has finally won the 2014 MotoGP premier class title, yet the Australian Grand Prix promises a heated chase for the first positions. As things stand, three points are all that separate Rossi, Pedrosa and Lorenzo from the second and third berths of the MotoGP podium, yet Saturday’s qualifying sessions herald a tough time for the Italian.

Fresh from his premier class title victory, Marc Marquez starts Saturday’s Australian Grand Prix race in pole position, followed by Cal Crutchlow for his first ever second-place start. Surprisingly, the trio who will likely steal the spotlight in Australia start the race, which will be available to MotoGP fans thanks to the Australian Grand Prix live stream, in sub-optimal grid positions.

Australian MotoGP Preview

Three points are all that separate Jorge Lorenzo from Movistar Yamaha teammate Valentino Rossi in the drivers’ standings, yet the Spaniard starts the Australian Grand Prix with better odds. In fact, Lorenzo, who sits fourth overall, starts today’s race in third position – five better than Valentino Rossi.

Completing the three-horse race for the podium, Dani Pedrosa landed himself the fifth grid position for today’s MotoGP race following an efficient performance in yesterday’s qualifying sessions. Ahead of the Australian Grand Prix, Dani Pedrosa, Marc Marquez’s teammate, has had a promising season and remains tied on points with Valentino Rossi. And as Lorenzo, Pedrosa and Rossi try to oust Marquez out of victory, MotoGP fans will be able to follow the race thanks to the Australian Grand Prix live stream.

Australian MotoGP Highlights Video

Two MotoGP podium places remain to fight for, but with three motorists in the mix, there’s no telling which way it will go. Lorenzo, Pedrosa and Rossi fight for the only position that matters – the first place of the Australian Grand Prix. On the other hand, with Marquez starting in pole position, will they be able to outpace the Honda motorist? MotoGP fans will be able to follow all the action from today’s race thanks to the Australian Grand Prix live stream, alongside the day’s best highlights and results!

Before the Australian MotoGP race starts, come back on TechNews.org for more information and details to watch the MotoGP live stream here. You can also watch the race’s highlights after it finishes, thanks to videos provided on this website.

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