MotoGP » BT Sport reveals MotoGP TV line-up


“MotoGP is the top, two-wheeled motorsport. It's massive in the UK and we're heading into it at full throttle” - Simon Green, head of BT Sport.

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ircsmith

February 14, 2014 12:30 AM

too bad we cant watch MotoGP racing in America. I would love to get the BT coverage! Make it available for online streaming and I will buy it! but, alas, the single largest market for motorcycles does not have access to racing. Not that we really did when SPEED was covering the races. I rarely watched SPEED, they were dismal!

Liam48

February 14, 2014 12:35 AM

Melanie Sykes? Never saw that coming!

Glad BT have at least chosen a good commentator duo unlike BBC although gutted that Toby and Julian won't be commentating together.

Having Neil Hodgson and James Toseland as the pundits is a good shout as they're both well respected World Champions, not a bad crew of people, could be worse.

shamarone

February 14, 2014 3:16 AM

re: "too bad we cant watch MotoGP racing in America."

re: "alas, the single largest market for motorcycles does not have access to racing."

re: "I rarely watched SPEED"

and here we have yet another layman unknowingly revealing themselves to be baby young to grandprix roadracing. FNG welcome. (AOL voice)

BB0910

February 14, 2014 6:09 AM

Voiceofreason: Melanie bloody Sykes? At least the bloody chuckle brothers combo of Parrish and Cox are gone. I hope the Dorna coverage has Matt Roberts and Toby Moodie.


I think Toby has gone to Sky Italia?

Looks like the BT line-up could be good.

May be worth watching the first couple of races to see how it goes.

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