2015 MotoGP Argentina Live Streaming: Watch Argentine Grand Prix Race Online [PREVIEW]

2015 MotoGP Argentine Grand Prix
The 2015 MotoGP Argentine Grand Prix at Autodromo Termas de Rio Hondo is Sunday, April 19. Catch the live stream online! Reuters

The 2015 MotoGP Argentine Grand Prix at Autodromo Termas de Rio Hondo is Sunday, April 19. Be sure to catch all the action in Argentina on Fox Sports 2 starting 3:00 p.m. ET. For race fans out there that will not have access to the Fox Sports 1 when the lights go out, be sure to catch the live stream online by signing up for MotoGP 2015 MultiScreen Season VideoPass here.

Marc Marquez suffered a rocky start at Qatar, which resulted to a nail-biting battle between the Ducati and Yamaha riders that gave MotoGP fans a refreshing start to the new season. Now, the ever-so-reliable Marc Marquez is back to his dominating form. The Repsol Honda rider will start the Argentine Grand Prix on Sunday from pole.

“It's been a difficult weekend because the track is changing quite a lot, the grip is improving but this afternoon was much hotter and much more competitive on the tarmac,” explained Marquez. “It was more difficult to improve the lap time and the pole position was nice because we used three tires in the rear to try to avoid the pole position with the extra soft and we did it."

Meanwhile, the rest of the grid begins to look very interesting. First, Marc Marquez's teammate Dani Pedrosa is still recovering from arm pump ailments and will not be ready to make a comeback until Jerez. For now, Hiroshi Aoyama will be riding the second Repsol Honda bike, albeit starting a bit farther back this week in 15th.

The next closest rivals to Marquez are supposed to be the Yamaha duo Jorge Lorenzo and Valentino Rossi. However, a poor qualifying performance puts Yamaha back in fifth and eighth on the grid, respectively.

"The pace was good at the beginning but it drops on the rear tyre as it wears,” said Lorenzo. “In qualifying my first lap was very good but the second one I made too many mistakes and I couldn't improve the time. 

"It's a pity because without any mistakes I could be in second place. That's racing; sometimes you don't get the perfect lap." 

"I am very upset for the qualifying because I feel I could do better,” said Valentino Rossi. “Our strategy was not perfect, we arrived in traffic and unfortunately it was not possible to improve.  “On the other side, with the hard tyres the bike works well and I have a good pace, that is most important for the race. We have to work in some places as we still have some issues to solve, we will try to improve and do the best we can in the race.” 

The resurgent Ducati team has been extraordinarily strong this year and the pace continues as Andrea Iannone qualifies at third on the grid. Iannone noted that the Ducati might not have had the pace as the team did not have access to the extra-hard Bridgestone compound that was exclusive to the factory teams. Despite that, Iannone has every reason to be optimistic with his front row grid position.

“For sure I use the hard tyre tomorrow and I never try the extra-hard, but on this track it is a compromise because on the other tracks I have the extra-soft and the Factory [riders] don't have, so it is an advantage for me in the qualifying,” Iannone said. “It is a compromise and tomorrow I will try to focus for the best and try my best to ride well and not stress about the tyres.” 

Meanwhile, Iannone's teammate Andrea Dovizioso will start in sixth. So who is starting the race beside Marquez on Sunday? Aleix Espargaro managed to secure a sensational second place for Suzuki in the team's third race since the team's return to MotoGP. Despite the incredible qualifying performance, Esparago noted that the race will not be so easy.

“I pushed to the best maximum that I can and the second tyre time I did was great and when I stopped in the pit I thought it was a mistake: P2, half a second from Marc?” Espargaro said. “Even if the bike is slower than the rest we are working really hard to improve everything so I'm really happy and I will try to stay close to the podium tomorrow.”  “So with the third tyre I gave 100 per-cent and I pushed in the limit but it was even worse because I made more mistakes. I'm disappointed for today but really happy because it is race three and for everyone in Suzuki and for me it is good and everyone is happy.  "We have not bad pace in FP4 with the hard tyre and obviously we don't have the pace of Vale, Jorge or Marc, but we are not that far,” Esparagaro continued. “Our objective is not to try to win or get on the podium, just to try to stay in the top six in this race if it is possible and keep improving race by race.” 

The 2015 MotoGP Argentine Grand Prix at Autodromo Termas de Rio Hondo is Sunday, April 19. Be sure to catch all the action in Argentina on Fox Sports 2 starting 3:00 p.m. ET. For race fans out there that will not have access to the Fox Sports 1 when the lights go out, be sure to catch the live stream online by signing up for MotoGP 2015 MultiScreen Season VideoPass here.

Q2:
1. Marc Marquez ESP Repsol Honda Team (RC213V) 1m 37.802s [Lap 8/9] 326km/h (Top Speed) 
2. Aleix Espargaro ESP Team Suzuki Ecstar (GSX-RR) 1m 38.316s +0.514s [5/9] 312km/h 
3. Andrea Iannone ITA Ducati Team (Desmosedici GP15) 1m 38.467s +0.665s [6/8] 328km/h 
4. Cal Crutchlow GBR CWM LCR Honda (RC213V) 1m 38.485s +0.683s [5/7] 324km/h 
5. Jorge Lorenzo ESP Movistar Yamaha MotoGP (YZR-M1) 1m 38.485s +0.683s [2/8] 320km/h 
6. Andrea Dovizioso ITA Ducati Team (Desmosedici GP15) 1m 38.520s +0.718s [6/7] 318km/h 
7. Danilo Petrucci ITA Pramac Racing (Desmosedici GP14.1) 1m 38.786s +0.984s [6/7] 323km/h 
8. Valentino Rossi ITA Movistar Yamaha MotoGP (YZR-M1) 1m 38.890s +1.088s [7/8] 317km/h 
9. Maverick Viñales ESP Team Suzuki Ecstar (GSX-RR)* 1m 39.187s +1.385s [6/8] 314km/h 
10. Bradley Smith GBR Monster Yamaha Tech 3 (YZR-M1) 1m 39.197s +1.395s [6/8] 323km/h 
11. Scott Redding GBR Estrella Galicia 0,0 Marc VDS (RC213V) 1m 39.380s +1.578s [6/7] 321km/h 
12. Hector Barbera ESP Avintia Racing (Desmosedici GP14 Open) 1m 40.526s +2.724s [2/9] 322km/h 

Q1:
13. Yonny Hernandez COL Pramac Racing (Desmosedici GP14.2) 1m 39.405s 321km/h
14. Eugene Laverty IRL Aspar MotoGP Team (RC213V-RS)* 1m 39.434s 314km/h
15. Hiroshi Aoyama JPN Repsol Honda Team (RC213V) 1m 39.715s 326km/h
16. Stefan Bradl GER Athina Forward Racing (Forward Yamaha) 1m 39.734s 319km/h
17. Karel Abraham CZE Cardion AB Motoracing (RC213V-RS) 1m 39.758s 315km/h
18. Pol Espargaro ESP Monster Yamaha Tech 3 (YZR-M1) 1m 39.808s 319km/h
19. Alvaro Bautista ESP Factory Aprilia Gresini (RS-GP) 1m 39.828s 311km/h
20. Nicky Hayden USA Aspar MotoGP Team (RC213V-RS) 1m 39.876s 315km/h
21. Jack Miller AUS CWM LCR Honda (RC213V-RS)* 1m 39.888s 320km/h
22. Loris Baz FRA Athina Forward Racing (Forward Yamaha)* 1m 39.972s 312km/h
23. Mike Di Meglio FRA Avintia Racing (Desmosedici GP14 Open) 1m 40.133s 320km/h
24. Marco Melandri ITA Factory Aprilia Gresini (RS-GP) 1m 40.403s 316km/h
25. Alex De Angelis RSM Octo IodaRacing (ART) 1m 40.485s 310km/h

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