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Grand Prix of France: Live stream MotoGP online or watch on TV with BT Sport

Find out how to watch the Grand Prix of France on TV or live stream the MotoGP, Moto2 and Moto3 races via the BT Sport app or BTSport.com.

It's the world-famous Bugatti circuit at Le Mans next up for the MotoGP riders, with home favourite Johann Zarco seeking a first premier class win in front of his own people.

Our TV coverage of the Grand Prix of France starts on BT Sport 2 this Friday, May 5, with the opening day starting at 7.45am. 

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You will be able to live stream every session from Le Mans via the BT Sport app and BTSport.com, with the enhanced video player available for all three races on both digital platforms.

Subscribers will also be able to ride on-board with Frenchman Zarco, in 360° on the BT Sport app.

And if you can't watch the action live, our spoiler-free page will be showing the races - without giving the results away - as soon as possible after their conclusion.

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Grand Prix of France: Preview

“We must dream about big things.”

That was Johann Zarco’s response when asked if he could mount a serious title charge this year, following his podium finish at the Spanish Grand Prix.

The Monster Yamaha Tech 3 rider sits second in the standings, 12 points behind early leader Marc Marquez and eight clear of Maverick Vinales on the Movistar Yamaha MotoGP.

The former Moto2 world champion has scored points in all but one of his races in the premier class and that consistency could prove vital if he is to be challenging come the business end of the season.

He will also need to make the most of any opportunity to reign in Marquez, who at times in the opening four rounds has shown pace the other riders cannot live with.

Yamaha’s traditionally go well at Le Mans, Vinales edged out team-mate Valentino Rossi in an epic battle here last year, with Zarco finishing as runner-up on that day.

“I got my first podium there last year and it’s a track that the Yamaha goes well on,” Zarco told BT Sport.

“So if I take things easily and do the right things at the right moment, then if I have this advantage I would be clever to use it.”

After tough starts, Rossi and Vinales are in need of the championship points to get back in the reckoning and will undoubtedly push Zarco all the way in his home GP.

Add to that Dani Pedrosa and Ducati team-mates Andrea Dovizioso and Jorge Lorenzo who are still reeling from their Jerez collision and we could have some race at the top end.

And that’s not to mention the small matter of Marc Marquez. We could be set for quite the battle.

Broadcast details

Friday 18 May - BT Sport 2

Opening Day: 7.45am - 3.15pm

Saturday 19 May - BT Sport 2 

Free Practice: 7.45am - 11am
Qualifying: 11am - 3.15pm

Sunday 20 May - BT Sport 2

Warm ups: 7.30am - 9.15am
Moto3 race: 9.15am
Moto2 race: 11am
MotoGP race: 12.30pm
Chequered Flag: 2pm

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Can’t watch the race live?

No problem. We’ll be showing free highlights of the MotoGP race on the BT Sport app and on BTSport.com shortly after the chequered flag or you can re-watch all three races in full via the enhanced video player.

There will also be several opportunities to catch a re-run either on TV or online – consult our TV Guide for more information on broadcast times.

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