On motogp.com we’re targeted on bringing followers more of what they fancy, when they need it. Introducing the #StayAtHomeGP
For most, MotoGP™ is better than a sport, it’s a ardour, and that can construct a protracted turn out to be independent from from racing essential for any fan. However with the ongoing world coronavirus outbreak, the challenges many face for the time being far outweigh these of merely missing out on sport or entertainment. And that’s why MotoGP™ is placing every thing at followers’ fingertips to buy a ogle at and add a bit sunshine lend a hand into a substantial every single day life – starting, but by no system ending, with a Virtual Bustle.
Soon, one of the essential sport’s largest names – from Maverick Viñales (Monster Vitality Yamaha MotoGP) to the likes of Fabio Quartararo (Petronas Yamaha SRT), Alex Rins (Team Suzuki Ecstar) and reigning Champion Marc Marquez (Repsol Honda Team) – will be lend a hand in circulate, but this time on-line playing the good MotoGP™ videogame from developer Milestone. Because the MotoGP™ eSport Championship powers on for 2020, there might be no longer a better time to obtain what they’ve received in virtual actuality… and on Sunday, we can!
The observe for the Virtual Bustle will seemingly be the sparkling Autodromo del Mugello, with six laps all over the digital rendition of one of the area’s ideal racetracks space to pick out the important ever Virtual Bustle winner. And succesful sooner than it will get underway, a 5-minute qualifying time attack will decide the grid. The total match, along side qualifying, will be broadcast at 15: 00 (GMT +2) on Sunday the 29th of March on motogp.com, esport.motogp.com and chosen TV broadcasters, as smartly as all over social media platforms along side YouTube (by task of the MotoGP™ and MotoGP™ eSport channels), MotoGP™ eSport Twitter, Instagram, and Facebook (by task of every and each the MotoGP™ and MotoGP™ eSport pages).
It does no longer pause there. As smartly as the Virtual Bustle, followers can now revel in a total host more racing as motogp.com makes all pronounce material – from races to interviews to documentaries and every thing in between – free to ogle with a VideoPass trial that’s expedient till racing starts again*. It involves the trip archive stretching lend a hand to 1992 and as much as the 2020 Qatar GP, giving followers probability to revel in every and each 2d in fresh MotoGP™ historic previous at any time when they need.
All documentaries are moreover free, conserving every thing from Marc Marquez’ many glories to the likes of fellow World Champions Jorge Lorenzo and Casey Stoner, as smartly as the historic previous of the sport. The first two episodes of Off the Racing Line are moreover available, specializing in life off-observe for Jack Miller (Pramac Racing) and Miguel Oliveira (Purple Bull KTM Tech 3).
Fan engagement and entertainment can moreover be came upon all over social media platforms. MotoGP™ impartial no longer too long within the past requested for fan artwork on Twitter to celebrate the creative, with some genuinely unheard of expertise sparkling via from all over the globe the utilize of the hashtag #MotoGPArt – the highest of which will seemingly be came upon in a virtual gallery HERE. There are moreover quizzes twice a week on Instagram tales, as smartly as quite so much of pronounce material from each and each the Championship and riders on TikTok. New series on IGTV, Facebook and YouTube moreover luxuriate in the pronounce material coming, and MotoGP™ is moreover showing traditional races on Facebook Live several times a week.
So as we await the sunshine to return, web in instruments to revel in some eSport competition and ogle the likes of Quartararo buy on our Virtual Bustle. After which crawl lend a hand via the archives to re-ogle every thing you fancy and buy up on anything else you’ve ignored – and be definite to place tuned to social media as we wait it out. Together.
Strange interviews, historic races and so rather more unheard of pronounce material: here is VideoPass!