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RSMick Euhm the BTSports deal ( BBC didn't want to pay more money ), the prices to host a round, MotoGP.com stream we all suffer from the economic crisis but some things are only getting more expensive I paid 25 euro's to see the FP's you hardly can bring your own drinks. And at other venues ( Estoril ) they made entry free otherwise there weren't any spectators who could afford it. Do you think a family consisting of 2 parents and 2 kids can afford a visit to Silverstone? Prices are going through the roof and the only spectacle you'll see is in Moto3 or Moto3 and if you're "lucky" there's a lot of action at the parking lot. I know the entry fees are made by the organizing track but that depends what Dorn's is asking to host the round. Getting things cheaper could mean it's more accessible for people, more people = more money.
We all know Dorna is about dodgy rules and lots of talking promising things but in the end you paid too much