MotoGP » Eurosport loses MotoGP.

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FooAtari .

June 26, 2008 5:40 PM

Just no. Totally Gutted.

Eurosports commentating team is one of the best on TV, and their full days coverage of all three races, and some, destroys what the BBC do.

******* Dorna. MotoGP is slowly but surely going the way of F1. There must an equivalent of Bernie Ecclestone in there somewhere... I give it 5 - 7 years maximum before it been totally ruined by the money hungry people in charge.

Al - Unregistered

June 26, 2008 5:43 PM

What the F**k..... Eurosport covers more than the BBC will ever get near to doing, say goodbye to all the practice and qually sessions, no more 125 and 250 coverage...

Keiran Bradley

June 26, 2008 5:43 PM


I used to always watch the Eurosport coverage of the 125s and 250s whilst watching the Moto GP later on during the week because I used to enjoy getting different views from the different commentators.

So does this mean these guys will replace the WSBK commentators?

Steve Orton - Unregistered

June 26, 2008 5:44 PM

An absolute disaster.

All we''ll get from the BBC is the big race and then only if it doesn''t clash with some idiot ball game. The BBc know absolutely FA about motorcycle sport and care even less.

Buelliful .

June 26, 2008 5:45 PM

Arse! I''ve been watching GP''s on Eurosport for nearly 20 years and there''s no way we''re
going to get as good coverage on the BBC next year as they will have F1 to broadcast
and the bikes will always come off worst in that one. No more Julian Ryder? PAH!

Bad news indeed! :-o

FreQ - Unregistered

June 26, 2008 5:48 PM

Aw no.....

This is utter crap. Absolutely gutted....dunno what to say. Best commentators by miles and they give it to the Beeb.

There goes my Virgin Media subscription I suppose.

Mark Benson - Unregistered

June 26, 2008 5:50 PM

A real shame. I''ve been enjoying Toby, Julian and Randy''s commentary and coverage formany years, it''s a joy to listen to hnd has had me in stiches of laughter as much as it''s had me on the edge of my seat.
I am also concerned that tyhe BBC isn''t bothered about 125cc and 250cc formulas. If we lose the coverage fo the support classes I''ll be absolutely fuming, it''s often the best racing on any given weekend and I love watching exciting and talented young riders come up through the ranks.
Gutted, that''s the only word for it :(

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