Live stream to watch the Moto3, Moto2, & MotoGP races

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I'm watching the Moto3 race right now, an hour before it is scheduled to show on DiretTV's FOX Sports 1.
After I went to the link, I closed the "Click here to download plugin" box on the bottom of the NON full screen player.
The "Click here to play stream" box that blocks most of the small player, will disappear when you click the full
screen option on the small player. Doing this should give you an unobstructed, live, full screen view of the action.
Hope it works for those who don't have the channels to watch the races. Myself,I like to watch stuff live instead
of an hour later. Picture quality isn't as good as my t.v., but I can live with it.

Enjoy!!

P.S. I clicked on the "Alternative Stream link1". Apparently there are 2 links. I prefer the English speaking one lol.
The "English" link kept sending me to spam sites after a few seconds. I figured out you have to click on the red "X" BEFORE
your browser gets directed to the spam site. The red "X" I'm talking about turns in to the blue clockwise arrow a.k.a, the
refresh button at the end of your address bar. Once I clicked on the red "X", I was able to close the ads blocking the view of the player and now I'm able to
watch the live action....in English!

P.S.S. Enter this link at your own risk! I cannot guarantee your computer won't pick something up by going here. I've never
had a problem, just DON'T download ANYTHING if your browser gets redirected away from the live video player. You don't need
to download anything to watch the action. All that stuff originates from spam sites.

Americas MotoGP Live Stream 2014 Online
 
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P.S. I clicked on the "Alternative Stream link1". Apparently there are 2 links. I prefer the English speaking one lol.
The "English" link kept sending me to spam sites after a few seconds. I figured out you have to click on the red "X" BEFORE
your browser gets directed to the spam site. The red "X" I'm talking about turns in to the blue clockwise arrow a.k.a, the
refresh button. Once I clicked on the red "X", my browser didn't get re-directed & I was able to close the ads blocking the view of the player and now I'm able to watch the live action....in English!
 
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I decided to go to watch them live. :)
I remember you saying you had your ticket to watch 'em at the COTA. Glad the rain held off for all the riders and spectators.
It was neat to see some before-the-race footage of Marc practicing a "hop on" to a different bike should the need arise if the rains showed up.

That track looks like it gives the spectators a better showing of the riders' skills, than Indy does. It shows that it was designed with MotoGP and Formula1 in mind :)

Hope you had a good time at the race.
 

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On a side note: The Moto3 & Moto2 races were televised live on the link I posted, ahead of the delayed broadcast on FOX Sports1. However, the MotoGP event was live/simultaneous for both FOX Sports1 & the link I posted. Next time, I will watch the Moto3 & Moto2 at the link, and the main event on FOX Sports1.
 

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Yea, we were prepared to get wet Sun. but it held off. Rain races seem to bring out a different podium than the normal top finishers and I wouldn't have minded seeing how they would have done on a wet track. I went to Indy in 2010 to watch them and your right COTA is a better place to watch them but you can't beat tv coverage overall. Hope my dvr got it.
 
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