MotoGP » BBC to show every MotoGP race in full HD

'Cal Crutchlow carries the weight of British expectation on his shoulders, and his testing has gone well' - Steve Parrish

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Rukster - Unregistered

March 29, 2012 2:15 PM

Well congratulations BBC you're now officially in the 21st century. Now if they just put Julian Ryder and Toby Moody in place and show full live coverage of both moto 3 and moto 2 + qualifying it may actually be worth watching on the BBC.


March 29, 2012 2:37 PM

What a bunch of miserable peeps you all are!
For those who don't spend 30GBP per month on SkyTV this is a good thing- not everyone has Eurosport so be appreciative FFS.

Parrish and Cox aren't to the level of the Eurosport crew, but Eurosport is a dedicated sports channel and the beeb has to simplify things for Joe Public. They're trying to grow MotoGP and that means they have to appeal to a mainstream audience.
Can I also point out that Steve Parrish is a former GP racer and has also ridden modern 4 stroke GP bikes. Don't think Ryder or Moody have done that!

Peter - Unregistered

March 29, 2012 2:46 PM

When i watch the motogp on the BBC it makes me fall asleep, what with Steve Parrish droning on about the good ol' days and cox talking about things that aren't even relevant to bike racing

and then you Azi farni or whatever she is called doing pit walks but seems to nothing about the sport

yeah the BBC are doing a great job!!!


March 29, 2012 2:59 PM

Eurosport for me @ mick...
Mick be careful what you wish for. Dorna/ eurosports tv rights are up for grabs end of 2013. Sky sports are looking to bid for it. If sky get ther way we'll all be paying through the teeth to watch our beloved sport.

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