MotoGP » Official: MotoGP to BT Sport in new UK TV deal


BT Sport to take over live MotoGP TV coverage in the UK from 2014 - new channels available FREE to BT Broadband customers.

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Darkwaknight

May 09, 2013 1:31 PM

At this point we all no little of the deal and what it all involves so rather then throwing are hands in the air, saying I will never again blah, We will all come back and watch it anyway as we love it. So this may be a great viewing experiance it may not, But the GP coverage on Eurosport has gotton worse for years anyway, Rose tinted does not always make it right. AND even if I did not have BT i would still be saying this (as I would prefer SKY to have got it) but I would and will see what the deal offers. If it sucks then I will chose the GP site option..simples!!

tvmoto

May 09, 2013 1:34 PM

It is actually a good deal if you change your broadband to BT it will be cheaper than Sky & the Official Motogp site

£31 a month for phone Broadband & Motogp is a good deal
why are people such T****

daniel - Unregistered

May 09, 2013 1:36 PM

THANKS A BUNCH DORNA!! BT NOT AVALABLE TO ME UNLESS I WANT TO PAY £30 PER MONTH FOR 1 MB BROADBAND. OR £15 PER MONTH TO SKY. WHAT A SHOWER OF **** HOUSES YOU REALLY ARE. NOT A GOOD DAY FOR SPORTS FANS BUT A DAY YOUR COMMANDING NEARLY £100 PER MONTH TO WATCH TV!!!!!

Smile35 - Unregistered

May 09, 2013 1:36 PM

I'm a virgin customer so I don't even have the option of getting it. I also know people who can't even get BT where they are so how is this a good deal? Well done Dorna, exclude a chunk of the population. I use ESPN a lot to and BT have taken it to, what an absolute riot

al - Unregistered

May 09, 2013 1:37 PM

it happened here in canada SPEEDTV lost F-1 and WSBK when F$@KIN FOX broadcasting bought them,these corp dont give a crap about the sport or you! they see 100,000 live audience at an event,crunch the numbers and think hey,,, these fans will do ANYTHING to not miss a race coverage! ,,well them just like our dear idiotic govts have proven again,they are money hungry pigs that seek self rewards and i bet none at the top of this crap have ever seen or watched a race! ,,, just profit and exploitation ,F-YOU

alt - Unregistered

May 09, 2013 1:42 PM

I think we are all waking up to the fact, that the fans are the last thing on the minds of the rights holders. It's just greed. Dorna stated not many years back that they would ensure Moto gp would be retained on free to air channels. Another big business that has lied through their teeth. MCN should start a campaign and get signature, but as of 10 minutes ago, nothing on their site.We are made to believe all these channels increases choice, but in the end all that is happening is the consumer is getting fleeced. BT will be lucky if they get 200,000 viewers. Mind you it looks like Cal is going to get shafted by Yamaha, so maybe Dorna don't want British riders in this championship.

Zing - Unregistered

May 09, 2013 1:45 PM

The BBC seem to have more interest in spending all the license money on programs about religion and politics,
the only "Sport" Lol they do seem to fully cover is poxy snooker and waste of a walk golf.

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