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Quick Look: MotoGP provides subscribers with live coverage of Motorcycle Grand Prix action in all four classes: MotoGP, Moto2, Moto3, and MotoE, including live feeds of each practice, qualifying session, and race. We haven't had the opportunity to watch any races ourselves, but reader and MotoGP fan David Windhorst shared his experience with the channel, and said that he had a great experience with the live feeds from this seasons first race weekend in Qatar. Although the Roku Channel Store description promises "classic races dating back to 1992, plus all the extra content ranging from features, interviews and documentaries," David tells us that the Roku channel does not currently offer the extensive archive of past seasons that is is available on the website. However, "there is an on-demand selection of several full 'classic' MotoGP races from past seasons, along with videos of recent pre-season testing, interviews, technical features, etc." Also, post-race sessions are available on-demand for the top MotoGP class practice, qualifying, and race sessions, but only highlight videos are available for the Moto2, Moto3, and MotoE classes.

More information is available in the promotional video for the MotoGP VideoPass thas is available below.

-- Information is current as of March 21, 2019

Roku Channel Store Description: Enjoy MotoGP™ like a true fan:

- Watch all the races and sessions Live and OnDemand
- Follow all the classes: MotoGP™, Moto2™, Moto3™ and MotoE™
- Access an extensive archive including all MotoGP™ races since 1992

Live Coverage - In-depth coverage of every GP, from start to finish for all classes but also the official press conferences and more special events.

OnDemand - Catch up with the action at anytime, and also enjoy classic races dating back to 1992, plus all the extra content ranging from features, interviews and documentaries.

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DEVELOPER: Dorna Sports

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