Watch Motorsport LIVE, MotoGP, Formula 1 & more on Sky Sport
It’s a big year for motorsport fans.
Get all the latest, adrenaline pumping Motorsports action online and on demand to keep you entertained all year round. With live Supercars action and the latest from the world of MotoGP, Sky Sport has enough motorsport action for everyone to enjoy.
Kiwis have dominated the Supercars Championship in recent seasons and this year, McLaughlin will be attempting to join Ian Geoghegan, Mark Skaife and Jamie Whincup as the only drivers to win three titles in a row. Don’t miss the action live on Sky Sport.
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There’s also NASCAR and Indycar action along with MotoGP and the Superbike World Championships for fans.
Catch all the action LIVE on Sky Sport, Sky Go and Sky Sport now. If you feel the need for speed, we’ve got you covered with a fast-paced feast of motorsport action this year LIVE on SKY Sport and on SKY GO!
New Zealand Motorsport fans can see Kiwi legends Shane Van Gisbergen and reigning champion Scott McLaughlin “giving it some jandal” all season long in the Virgin Australia Supercars, including the Bathurst 1000 and ITM Auckland SuperSprint, and with SKY Sport securing the exclusive broadcast rights for INDYCAR from 2019-21, viewers will also be able to see Scott Dixon in action all year long – including in the coveted INDY 500 in late May.
Meanwhile, two-wheel enthusiasts can enjoy the FIM Superbike World Championship, the high-octane thrills of MotoGP, all the action from British Superbikes and the insane speeds of Le Mans 24 Hour LIVE on SKY Sport in 2019.
SKY Sport – your home of Virgin Australia Supercars, INDYCAR, NASCAR, Bathurst 12 Hours, MotoGP, FIM Superbike World Championship, British Superbikes and Le Mans 24 Hr in 2019! LIVE streaming is available on SKY GO
THE LATEST MOTORSPORT NEWS
IndyCar Racing is Back
Watch the best IndyCar racing teams return to form starting Sunday 7th – 9am & 12pm. The NTT IndyCar championship sees the return of all your favourite IndyCar teams including Chip Ganassi racing, Andretti Autosport and of course Team Penske.
The Supercars Championship returns to action in late June, with Sydney Motorsport Park hosting the first round in the BP Ultimate SuperSprint as part of the Virgin Australia Supercar Championships. The majority of the Supercar 2020 season had been placed on hold due to Covid-19, but a revised schedule has now been released, and it all starts back up again with the Sydney SuperSprint on the 27th & 28th June. Sydney is set to be a milestone event both racers and race fans alike.
SUPERCARS HERE TO STAY AT SKY SPORT FOR YEARS AND YEARS …
The Supercars Championship roars into life this weekend thanks to careful planning and management across the ditch, and Sky Sport will be broadcasting and streaming all the action throughout. But it doesn’t stop there.
RED BULL TV COMES HOME TO SKY SPORT IN MULTI-YEAR DEAL
Heart in your throat stuff with cash rolls, bar spins, can-cans and tailwhips - Red Bull TV comes home to Sky Sport in multi-year deal
If you’re stuck trying to understand the lingo when it comes to MTB action ahead of Crankworx (Mar 5 – 8, Sky Sport 8), feel free to tap into the Red Bull dictionary right here. Basically, it’s all heart-stopping stuff, and that’s just mountain biking.
IndyCar Racing 2020
Just in time for the start of the 2020 IndyCar season, Sky has secured rights to cover the entire 2020 IndyCar racing series. Watch all the high octane action that is IndyCar racing all year round when you subscribe to Sky today. Just in time to catch the first event of the 2020 season, the Firestone Grand prix of St Petersburg which starts on the 13th March 2020. Josef Newgarden returns to the circuit to defend his win from the 2019 Firestone Grand Prix.
Kiwi Scott McLaughlin has a chance to make history in this year’s Supercars Championship – and a chance to go on to even greater things, if he wishes.
Lisa Carrington or even Scott Dixon often luxuriate in, but there’s every chance that V8 Supercars supremo Scott McLaughlin is New Zealand’s most consistently high-performing sports figure of the last three years.
It’s been a year to remember for Kiwi Supercars ace Scott McLaughlin. The Shell V-Power Racing team has been dominant in the Ford Mustang and McLaughlin takes a huge lead over New Zealand rival Shane van Gisbergen into the final two races of the Virgin Australia Supercars Championship at the Penrite Oil Sandown 500 and on the streets of the Coates Hire Newcastle 500.