MotoGP » BT MotoGP deal to be announced on Thursday?

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ja - Unregistered

May 08, 2013 5:11 PM

WTF is the BBC playing at first F1 now MotoGP why have i got a licence the BBC with the money they get in from licence fees shouldn't have any problems obtaining sporting events its a joke the licence fee should drop to about £10 a year for what we are subjected to now repeats and come next year ******** to the licence i'll sell my telly and just go to the boozer like the rest do

Thorborg - Unregistered

May 08, 2013 5:22 PM

MotoGP simply can't carry a pay TV deal. It ain't F1, it doesn't have anywhere near the F1 audience even on free TV.

The other problem is that I believe many Motorsports fans, especially bikers, don't cross over into other Sports. This creates a problem because they won't pay for an entire channel of sports they don't care about just for one they do care about.

Perhaps if BT gave a cast iron guarantee to show all Indycar races Live I might pay for it but otherwise - not a chance in hell especially with the gaps in the MotoGP schedule.

Nick - Unregistered

May 08, 2013 5:23 PM

The same uproar when F1 switched to Sky, everybody saying they won't watch, it's a disgrace etc. I don't hear many people saying that now as the coverage is 1st class. Give them a chance, they would have paid a lot of money so they won't mess it up.

Dean Dean

May 08, 2013 5:46 PM

Some 'American style' pay per view media junky has worked his way round any and all sporting body that would cut a deal, now both he and DORNA have their greedy eyes set on motogp...
I can only say that I currently wait an hour for Eurosports delayed motogp coverage ( like many thousand of others do as a preference over the BBC's offering )
Who cares which TART wishes to shout about their live broadcast deal, DORNA dare not cut all ties with Eurosport as their fan base IS motogp within Europe !

ja - Unregistered

May 08, 2013 5:57 PM

no actually i dont nick i'm just disappointed in the bbc and how they handle the mega money they recieve each year which is mandatory by the way, but maybe the bbc are thinking long term as when vale retires so will a lot of people who tune in to watch the master at work but why are u on here nick you sound like some who watches paint dry aka F1,


May 08, 2013 7:01 PM

I just cannot imagine the thinking that in the biggest recession Europe has seen in my lifetime, Dorna decides to transfer its product to a pay per view channel?? Just plain odd, unless of course you happen to be a Dorna accountant, then it makes perfect sense???
P.S is that email address for Dorna correct?

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