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Thank you Dorna, for Stitching Up the British MotoGp viewing public
The on-going recession is taking a 'Heavy Toll' on the incomes of most UK families. Now, by awarding BT Sport the MotoGp Viewing rights, non-BT Broadband customers are expected to find £15 Extra a month, on top of their SKY subscriptions to watch MotoGp.
Due to contract commitments, simply switching I.S.P to BT is not a practical alternative for most viewers. Even if it were, BT rates, especially fibre optic, are amongst the most expensive in the country.
Ultimately, why should Dorna be at all concerned by all of this. After all, their management must be laughing all the way to the bank, with the “Absolute Fortune” BT Sport must have paid them for the MotoGp Viewing rights.
Unconditional Greed is a terrible thing !