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British Eurosport commits to MotoGP for 2011

British Eurosport has pledged its ongoing commitment to the coverage of MotoGP for at least another twelve months
British Eurosport has re-affirmed its commitment to the coverage of MotoGP for a further twelve months, taking its current contract to the end of the 2011 campaign.

The extension means Eurosport will continue to boast its full portfolio of top flight motorcycle racing next year, owning as it does exclusive rights to broadcast the World Superbike Championship and MCE Insurance British Superbike Championship, too.

For each of the 18 races on the 2011 MotoGP schedule, Eurosport will show live practice and qualifying sessions for the premier class as well as support categories Moto2 and 125cc, live races for Moto2 and 125cc and – as has been the case since 2009 – the MotoGP races in full but delayed by an hour.

Popular commentating duo Toby Moody and Julian Ryder will once more team up to report on-site from the Qatar curtain-raiser and each of the European rounds. All of the action will similarly will broadcast online on Eurosport Player.

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916 - Unregistered

November 26, 2010 7:41 PM

The BBC's treatment of Moto G.P. has been abysmal, clearly very low on their priority with some races not being shown at all, and very unsupportive of British riders in the smaller capacity classes. Personally, I wait to watch and listen to the informed commentary by Toby and Julian, but its a pain having to tell mates "dont tell me the results" Do the decent thing bbc, give the rights back to Eurosport

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