Australian MotoGP

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Join Live Racing to watch Australian MotoGP live from Phillip Island, Australia. Catch all the Australian Grand Prix MotoGP, Moto2 and Moto3 action live — free practice, qualifying, warm-up and race — between 17–19 October 2014 or anytime after via catch-up. Access motorcycle Grand Prix Road Racing World Championship streams and feeds aggregated from sources worldwide. Never miss a Moto GP race again!

  • Next Race Date — Sunday, 19th October 2014
  • Location — Phillip Island, Australia
  • Number of Laps — 27
  • Circuit Length — 4.45 km (~2.77 mi)
  • Race Distance — 120.15 km (~74.66 mi)

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Australian MotoGP Overview

The Australian MotoGP is a highly anticipated race and is set in the beautiful surroundings of Philip Island. The event is always popular with spectators and there is usually a big crowd there to cheer on the fantastic racing that inevitably takes place.

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The Philips Island circuit is popular with the teams and riders and offers a smooth, fluid track that encourages top-class racing. The circuit is 4.448 km long and includes 12 corners together with a 900 m straight.

History of Motorcycle Grand Prix in Australia

Racing has taken place at Philips Island since the public roads hosted car races in the 1920s. The first motorcycle races were held at the venue in 1931 and a purpose built circuit was constructed in 1956. The circuit fell into disrepair in the 1970s and 1980s but was renovated in 1985. MotoGP returned in 1989 and has been held regularly since 1997 onwards.

Australian Moto GP Key Moments

2009
Casey Stoner wins to complete four successive victories in a row at his home MotoGP.
2007
Casey Stoner wins in his home MotoGP and sends the crowd wild with an impressive display.
2005
A flying performance by Valentino Rossi secures a fifth successive victory at Philips Island.