The FIM Motocross World Championship is back for 2020 as we kick-off one of the most unpredictable seasons of MXGP, starting with Matterley Basin for the MXGP of Great Britain.


Known as one of the best circuits in the world, Matterley Basin will host an action-packed weekend with awesome racing from the MXGP, MX2, EMX125 Presented by FMF Racing and WMX riders. With four classes stacked full of talented riders from all around the globe, we can expect the competition to be fierce.

During the 2020 season, our television partners will continue to bring live coverage to our passionate MXGP fans worldwide, including CBS Sports Network who have recently extended the agreement for a further three years, during which they will bring American fans as much coverage as possible of all MXGP events and FIM Monster Energy Motocross of Nations.

In Europe, Eurosport2 will air delayed the MXGP and MX2 races, while French fans will be able to enjoy the action live and on a delayed schedule via the Automoto la chaine and La chaine l’Equipe television channels. In the Netherlands, NOS will broadcast MXGP races, and in Slovenia devoted fans of the defending MXGP World Champion, Tim Gajser, will be able to watch both MXGP and MX2 races on Sport TV.

Italian television channel RAI Sports will once again broadcast the entire season of MXGP, including a special coverage with their very own commentary and crew at the three Italian rounds taking place in Pietramurata, Maggiora and Imola.

In the Baltics, fans from Lithuania, Estonia and Latvia will be able to watch the MXGP races, on TV Play Sports+, while fans in Portugal will receive live coverage on Sport TV. Additionally, in Brazil, Bandsports will also air the entire season live.

As a novelty in 2020, in Latvia,  Best 4 Sports will be doing a special coverage of the MXGP races live every weekend. And in Finland, the television channel Cmore Max from MTV will also be live every Sunday with the MXGP Race 2. Spanish fans will also be able to tune in to both MXGP races, as TV Galicia will provide live broadcasting of both races.

FOX Latin America and FOX Sports Asia will broadcast the races to Latin America and countries in Asia, expanding MXGP’s audience reach worldwide.   

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