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Polaris - Unregistered

April 19, 2008 4:31 PM

Shouldn''t the races have finished by now(4.27pm)??? I have do not have eurosport and so sadly cannot watch bsb anymore. I also canoot even find out results conditions or even if it was rained off on any website. There is one surefire way to lose ratings and that is to ristrict accesability and from my esperience so far the new guys have made a total balls of it....If it''s not broke don''t fix it. I for one will be concetrating on WSBK and MotoGP as they are much more accessable which is odd considering BSB is a domestic competition. The guys that run the show should think less about TV rights and more about their direct competition because they''ve been hammered....

Anorak - Unregistered

April 19, 2008 4:53 PM

Polaris - It's Saturday today - the racing is on Sunday and will be shown live on Eurosport 2 with delayed highlights on Channel 4 on Tuesday night.


April 19, 2008 6:20 PM

I thought Polaris was being ironic Anorak - 'Cos for sure it *ain't* being well covered and the new TV arrangements could only realistically aspire to being shyte if they improved significantly.

Andrew - Unregistered

April 19, 2008 8:48 PM

Polaris - WSB and BSB are both shown live on Eurosport - if you don't have Eurosport - you will hardly be able to watch WSB unless you watch the terrestrial highlights package (if there is one).

Not sure if you can blame BSB for the lack of live terrestrial coverage - it was ITV that pulled the plug and Sky nowadays are concentrating their resoures on Nascar. You cant force a broadcaster to show it unless you bribe them with lots of dosh and I dont think BSB are that wealthy.

Nothing to stop you getting cable or satellite and a package to see live motorsport - sure it costs money but how much of a fan are you ?

Kev - Unregistered

April 19, 2008 9:41 PM

At least with WSB, you can watch it on their website - available both live and full length recorded. As long as you have broadband, the streaming works pretty well.
BSB should do something similar to compensate for the nupty terrestrial tv companies.

Zoe - Unregistered

April 19, 2008 10:16 PM

In reply to the comment from Andrew:

Firstly, you are correct in your comment about WSB on Eurosport. You are however, wrong about BSB on Eurosport. I think you will find that is only covered live on Eurosport 2.

Secondly, what if you cost is not an issue for wanting to watch BSB. Money is of no object to me. However, living in a listed building where we are prohibited from erecting satellite dishes or cable is - what is your 'comment' to that?


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