The arrival of live MotoGP coverage to BT Sport brings with it an exciting new way to watch these high-speed races.

For the first time, we’re introducing multi-screen video feeds into the app - but you’ll have to download the latest version to see them.

If you have an Apple device, make sure you go to the BT Sport app in the Apple store and update it if necessary.

If you have an Android device, you’ll find the BT Sport app in Google Play.

There are seven extra video feeds for MotoGP and these will be available during qualifying sessions and races.

RACE DAYS

  • MotoGP race: Live Timing, Live Tracking, Helicopter Cam, plus four feeds from cameras on bikes
  • Moto2 race: Live Timing, Live Tracking, Helicopter Cam, plus four feeds from cameras on bikes
  • Moto3 race: Live Timing, Live Tracking, Helicopter Cam


QUALIFYING DAYS

  • MotoGP Q2: Live Timing, Live Tracking, Helicopter Cam, plus four feeds from cameras on bikes
  • MotoGP Q1: Live Timing, Live Tracking, Helicopter Cam
  • MotoGP FP4: Live Timing, Live Tracking, plus four feeds from cameras on bikes


The feeds will be switched once the bikes have taken to the track. When available, the screens will appear automatically in the app, but if the feed isn’t live yet, you’ll see the words “Coming Up”.

All that’s left to do is sit back, choose how you want to to watch, and enjoy the action.

You need to be a BT customer with a BT ID to access the features in the BT Sport app.  For more info about BT ID logins and how to get one, click here.