MotoGP » Eurosport 'disappointed' by Dorna's change of strategy

"British Eurosport is disappointed that MotoGP series rights holder Dorna has decided to change its strategy"

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Nantwich Flyer - Unregistered

May 13, 2013 3:02 PM

@ Redda Bulla, your right you are paying for it already (at the moment) and through the nose, you'd be better off protesting and sacking it off and going to sky who offer a much better service per pound, I did and I won't be going back even if it was free !!!

Tim Black - Unregistered

May 13, 2013 10:43 PM

Disagree with comments about Eurosport commentary - Rhyder, Moody and Spalders are brilliant - OK its not polished or big budget like Sky F1 but that's what is great about it - the banter, the laughs - its hugely entertaining. And as for the BBC - they spent all the money on the Olympics, loosing F1 and presumably MotoGP in the process, yet they can afford to send some worthless presenters all over the country to report on the square root of *** all. Who is making these decisions? Its a very sad day for MotoGP - what do the sponsors think of the loss of coverage?

steve lusardi - Unregistered

May 14, 2013 8:51 AM

This is truly a loss to me. Not only are the Eurosport commenters the very best and most informed, Dorna has disenfranchised all the English speakers on the European continent that now view Eurosport UK via SKY subscriptions. This is a disaster. I can still follow Spalders through his articles in Race Engine Technology (RET), but Moody and Ryder will be a terrible loss to MOTOGP. What can the viewers like myself do to save this loss?

Conor Murray - Unregistered

May 15, 2013 9:52 AM


Eurosport have the best commentators in the sport and Dorna are actively destroying your MotoGP with this move...

It shows Doran as stuffy old geezers pocketing change and not caring about the the sport they are charged with protecting...

I won't be renewing any official subscriptions going forward...

john green - Unregistered

May 15, 2013 1:39 PM

Hi Dorma
not everybody is going to change provider of there phone and broadband for just moto gp.i will be sad not to see THE DOCTOR any more but then world superbikes are more interesting.Then again you will take that away from us to!


May 15, 2013 3:22 PM

WHAT DO EXPECT when the BBC act like they do last year they did not show all races live, Cox is such a Ass, Parish is not that much better, Eurosport can not afford to pay Dorna, there will be highlights but where? my guess is ITV4
the BBC don't like bikes unless some one dies!!

William Hannant - Unregistered

May 15, 2013 8:20 PM

Its all about money and Dorna doesn't care about the fans at all. We should not be made to pay twice to watch MotoGP we allready pay for Sky and now have to pay again to add BTSport to it MotoGP is going to losse alot of viewers.

terry e - Unregistered

May 16, 2013 5:27 PM

Moto gp will be missed on the channel known as the home off motor bikes bt can go and do one not paying £12 its not that i am tight will miss all 3 races

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