MotoGP Austria live stream 2021: how to watch Austrian Grand Prix online from anywhere The Pramac Ducati rider broke the new lap record he set last weekend to clinch his second pole position in a row, and the third of his rookie MotoGP campaign. Although Martin went through the first part of qualifying, the young Spanish rider managed to make it through to the final part and paid tribute to team-mate Johann Zarco,
Our first weekend back in the saddle after a month away saw some serious shake-ups, not least of which was 23-year-old Jorge Martin’s flawless debut win. However, will our second visit to the Red Bull Ring be more predictable? We somehow doubt it. Read on as we explain how to watch all the Austrian Grand Prix action online – no matter where you are – with our MotoGP live stream guide..
who helped him claim pole position. Fabio Quartararo was second on the grid alongside Ducati rider Francesco Bagnaia, which means that the same riders take to the front row for the second week in a row. Zarco was fourth fastest, beating a resurgent Marc Marquez and Jack Miller to the front of the second row, ahead of Joan Mir – the 2020 world champion heading the second row. Aleix Espargaro hauled his Aprilia to eighth place, as KTM pair Miguel Oliveira and Brad Binder completed the top 10.
Maverick Vinales was suspended for this weekend and will not ride for Yamaha this weekend, with speculation that he may not appear for the team again this season. Vinales has apologised for his actions in the Styrian GP, in which he was accused of attempting to break his engine by over-revving in a difficult race.