MotoGP 2018 will continue an exciting season today, as the world's best riders will participate in the Grand Prix of Great Britain in 2018 at Silverstone.
The last time-out was another classic when Jorge Lorenzo Marc Marquez passed in the last round to win the Austrian Grand Prix.
It continued the renaissance that the Ducati driver has in 2018, when the triple world champion scored a third win of the season.
Marquez, who was again thrown to the race by Lorenzo, still succeeded in extending his lead over the championship to 59 points over Valentino Rossi.
Speaking after their classic duel in Austria, Lorenzo said: "I was stronger in some parts of the track, especially in the hills [on the main straight] in fifth gear, but he was very strong in the second corner [Turn 3] when braking, so he always overtook me.
"But in the last lap he did not expect from the outside, from the acceleration, so a little bit [of a] surprise for him.
"And when I pass him by, I pushed the limit and risked so much on braking, but I did it and I ended this incredible victory, one of my best in the MotoGP."
MotoGP live stream – How to watch Silverstone British Grand Prix online
While Marquez said, "I start from the beginning [to] push hard because I had the back hard belt to open an opening – at one point I thought I was capable.
"But then they [the Ducatis] start catching me because as I expected, when the tire falls, the difference is on the straight.
"And on the straight you can see [it]. I tried to defend my position, but he did [Lorenzo] was able to overtake me on the straight. "
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Marquez, who is pursuing a fifth MotoGP championship this year, added: "Second position, but I have given everything.
"I've tried [to win], was not possible but we increased the advantage in the championship, [I’m] very happy."
So, if you want to see all of Silverstone's action in what could be another classic MotoGP race, you can tune in online here.
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How to view the MotoGP
The coverage of the MotoGP is shown live on BT Sport 2 (Sky 414, Sky HD 868, BT TV 409, Virgin Media 532) with the build that starts at 12.30 and lights up at 13.00.
BT Sport will also show the race on desktop computers or on laptops via the company's own site.
The BT Sport website is now available for download on iOS, Android and Windows 10 devices, provided you have a BT ID.
Unfortunately, you can transfer BT Sport content from your device to a TV via a Google Chromecast, unless you are also a BT broadband customer.
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The BT Sport enhanced video player is also available online.
EE mobile customers can stream the MotoGP for free, thanks to a free subscription recently announced by the network.
"To say thank you to us, here's a special sports treat for our customers who pay per month on mobile and tablet: three months of free BT Sport on your EE phone and connected tablet," BT explains.
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"Just send SPORT to 150, register for a BT ID and then download the BT Sport app and watch it!"
"Loads of the UK's best sports action, on the UK's fastest network."
You can visit the EE website for more information about the BT Sports offer.