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@Melee are you aware that the worldwide audience for MotoGP is higher now than it has ever been? And it grows year on year. You're kidding yourself if you think a change in broadcaster in the UK will make the slightest difference to that. Sport is business and what matters to any business is money. And how they make that money is through audience figures. The larger the audience figures the more broadcasters and sponsors will pay. Welcome to the real world. MotoGP is in rude health.
And as for Stoner he was already soundly beaten last year before he ruled himself out. Back in third behind Lorenzo and Pedrosa before his injury. You can pretend he would have won if you want, but the stats don't bear that out.