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MotoGP live stream 2020 Andalusia: How to watch Jerez GP online

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Maverick Viñales leads Marc Márquez during last week's season opener at Jerez. Márquez was hoping to return this weekend after breaking his arm in the previous race, but ultimately decided to sit today's race out. (Image credit: Javier Soriano/AFP via Getty Images)
2020 MotoGP Andalusian Grand Prix: Start time

The 2020 MotoGP Andalusian Grand Prix starts at 8 a.m. ET / 2 p.m. CEST today (Sunday, July 26). It will begin broadcast at 7:30 a.m. ET on NBCSN. Qualifying took place at 8 a.m. ET on Saturday.

Today, MotoGP returns to Jerez for the second of two back-to-back races at the storied Spanish venue. This time it's called the Andalusian Grand Prix, and we've got everything here you need to know to fire up a MotoGP live stream of your very own in anticipation of the festivities.

Last week's season opener had it all, didn't it? An uncharacteristic early race mistake from Marc Márquez saw the reigning champion fall to the back of the grid, before mounting one of the most astonishing runs back to the podium in motorcycle racing history. And then, when at least a second-place finish looked certain, it all fell apart for Márquez again, in the very same corner.

Márquez broke his right humerus in the crash, and underwent surgery Tuesday. We're happy to hear he's doing well, but the accident has major implications for the Honda star's 2020 title defense. Márquez attempted to qualify for today's race, but ended the session prematurely without completing a lap, as he didn't feel comfortable on the bike. Thus, he won't be on the grid for the main event.

The drama surrounding Márquez, however, should take nothing away from Fabio Quartararo's victory — the 21-year-old Frenchman's first in the premier class, and one he'll surely never forget. Quartararo sits on pole for today's race. Elsewhere on the grid, title hopefuls Cal Crutchlow and Alex Rins make their return today after recovering from injuries sustained before last week's opener, setting up an exciting second round.

We're just an hour away from the race at the time of this writing — it's set to kick off 8 a.m. ET / 5 a.m. PT today (Sunday, July 26). Keep reading on for details on where to stream the race; at the conclusion of this article, you'll find the qualifying results and starting grid for today's Andalusian Grand Prix.

How do I use a VPN to live stream the MotoGP Andalusian Grand Prix?

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MotoGP Andalusian Grand Prix live streams in the US

The NBC Sports Network is the U.S. home for the 2020 MotoGP season, though some of the races — like last week's Spanish Grand Prix — will be shown on tape delay. Thankfully, this weekend's second race at Jerez is not one of them, so you'll be able to watch along live on NBCSN. If you want NBCSN, your best bet is to get Sling TV, one of the best streaming services there is.

MotoGP fans, however, can get the live experience by spending a little more. MotoGP's own VideoPass is the best way to stay in touch with MotoGP action. A 2020 season subscription will set you back $160, while a monthly pass is $34. 

MotoGP Andalusian Grand Prix live streams in the UK

Fans in the U.K. will want to tune into BT Sport, as the paid network airs every session of every MotoGP weekend live. Race day coverage starts at 9:30 a.m. BST, and the race begins at 1 p.m. BST. 

If you don't have BT Sport, a BT Sport monthly pass costs £25 a month. For that fee you'll get to watch all kinds of sporting events, including football.

Our friends in the U.K. can also go the MotoGP VideoPass route. Access for the rest of the season will set you back £127, while one month is £27.

MotoGP Andalusian Grand Prix qualifying results

1. Fabio Quartararo | Petronas Yamaha | 1:37.007
2. Maverick Viñales | Monster Energy Yamaha | 1:37.102
3. Francesco Bagnaia | Pramac Racing Ducati | 1:37.176
4. Valentino Rossi | Monster Energy Yamaha | 1:37.342
5. Miguel Oliveira | Red Bull KTM Tech 3 | 1:37.344
6. Franco Morbidelli | Petronas Yamaha | 1:37.412
7. Jack Miller | Pramac Racing Ducati | 1:37.423
8. Takaaki Nakagami | LCR Honda | 1:37.464
9. Brad Binder | Red Bull KTM Factory | 1:37.596
10. Joan Mir | Suzuki Ecstar | 1:37.600
11. Danilo Petrucci | Ducati | 1:37.906
12. Pol Espargaro | Red Bull KTM Factory | 1:40.277
13. Cal Crutchlow | LCR Honda | 1:37.644
14. Andrea Dovizioso | Ducati | 1:37.656
15. Johann Zarco | Hublot Reale Avintia Ducati | 1:37.761
16. Aleix Espargaro | Aprilia Gresini | 1:37.885
17. Iker Lecuona | Red Bull KTM Tech 3 | 1:38.206
18. Tito Rabat | Hublot Reale Avintia Ducati | 1:38.211
19. Bradley Smith | Aprilia Gresini  1:38.310
20. Alex Rins | Suzuki Ecstar | 1:38.601
21. Alex Márquez | Repsol Honda | 1:38.648