MotoGP » MotoGP to change TV tactics?


"The decision is part of Dorna's new strategy of... always focusing first and foremost on free-to-air coverage to bring MotoGP to wider audiences" - Dorna statement, 2008.

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Evel ken evil - Unregistered

May 02, 2013 8:00 PM

I love motogp and have watched it for years, I also used to work for BT and had BT Vision for free.....it was rubbish, so much so I threw the box out and went to sky...

There is NOTHING that will make me go back to BT vision .... If I have to pay for it stick it on sky sports and ill pay....if not ill just down load / stream it from illegal websites and watch it for free


Good luck BT lol

Jamie Reid - Unregistered

May 02, 2013 9:10 PM

Yet again another questionable decision by Dorna, Apparently it makes it better for the fans and the viewers?? If so why don't they listen to what the fans actually want, It's all about money and not for the love of the sport. Eurosport is by far the most loved Motogp broadcasting channel, Toby, Julian and Spalders are far better and more knowledgeable than Parrish and Cox. Sort it out Dorna, Don't ruin what we all love !

Gally - Unregistered

May 02, 2013 9:52 PM

@bozZ
I usta subscribe to motogp and theres no denying its the best coverage plus all the other tid-bits and you gota love the archive... but I can find all of what they have online for free and i mean ALL... I have direct links to people who stream, host an post - Im done giving Dorna my money!

Dibbs - Unregistered

May 02, 2013 11:26 PM

This would be a total disaster. I think Dorna are from another planet. How many viewers will they NOT have on BT Vision?! Keep it on Eurosport please. Take a look at how WRC has regressed in the last few years in the UK.

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