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When Motogp was dropped from Eurosport on mainland Europe it was a disaster. With Eurosport in mainland Europe, I was able to watch the MotoGP in any country and switch the language to English. This is no longer possible and is clearly a backward step for broadcasting and detrimental to the viewer. The local stations then broadcasting were in local language only and for the most part the commentating teams are very inferior. Now, instead of fixing the mistake Dorna made in 2007/2008 they are proposing to make it even worse. What is wrong with them? I have tried complaining to them directly about the quality of the commentators in some countries like Poland where I am sure they do there best to turn viewers away. However, Dorna don't even bother to respond. Give it back to Europe-wide Eurosport, offer it to free-to-air broadcasters too and leave it as it is with the BBC if you want to reach a wider audience. It's bloody obvious!!!



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