MX Vice will provide details on how to view each round of the 2021 FIM Motocross World Championship before each event. Here is the information to follow the twelfth round, the French Grand Prix at Lacapelle Marival, on Sunday. A fairly specific question? Contact us on social networks (it is @motocrossvice on Twitter) and answers will be provided. The French Grand Prix will take place on Sunday 09 October.
Words: Lewis Phillips | Main picture: Ray Archer
- MXGP-TV is a completely new system now, but nothing has really changed since the last term. The price for the entire season, which also includes EMX stock and archived content, is € 119.99. It’s actually pretty good value for the money once everything’s down. Alternatively, a pass for a single event (the French Grand Prix in this case) is € 10.99.
- Those in France are one hour ahead of the UK, so adjust the schedule of events accordingly. The program will start with the MX2 time trials at 8:35 a.m. UK time Sunday morning (9:35 am in Continental Europe) – MXGP qualifying will follow at 9:35 am in the UK. The MX2 opening race stream will start at 11:00 a.m. in the UK (12:00 p.m. in Continental Europe) then the doors will fall 15 minutes later.
- It is important to remember that the race is still broadcast on traditional television channels. Watch it on CBS Sports (in USA and Canada), Eurosport 2 (Europe), Play Sports Open (Belgium), Go3 (Estonia), Cmore Max (Finland), Automoto La Chaine (France), Rai Sport HD (Italy) ), TV3 Sport Open (Latvia), NOS (Netherlands), Sport TV1 (Slovenia), Band Sports (Brazil) and TV Galicia (Spain). There, that’s all!
The times will change for each lap, so keep checking MX Vice throughout the season. This page will be updated if anything changes for the French Grand Prix.