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June 22, 2010 3:22 PM

MotoGP » Dutch TT reduced to ‘red button’ BBC coverage

Jon, yes to a great degree you are right, but mid afternoon on saturday for 60 mins they could show it - as i write wimbledon is on BBC1 and BBC2 - surely they could fit it in somewhere? Having said all that, the only effect it has on me is that i have to wait an hour to watch the race on eurosport once the BBC has finished with it - i will not watch the race on BBC Toby and Jules rules!!!


June 22, 2010 2:24 PM

MotoGP » Dutch TT reduced to ‘red button’ BBC coverage

i think it is a good indication that there was an auction to go into the commentary booth with the eurosport guys and no mention of the bbc lot!! Imagine how parrish and cox must have felt up on the day of champions stage as that one was auctioned??!! or did they sneek off while that one took place? would you pay to go and see them? and don't get me startedon jenny gow - she is miles out of her depth and you can see it in the faces of those she interviews It's very simple - DON'T WATCH THE BBC, IT'S CRAP


June 08, 2010 12:08 PM

F1 » 'Webber could have prevented the accident'

i agree with gerhard to a point - webber COULD have avoided the incident but why should he move out of the way and make it easy for someone to go past him? perhaps you could say he should have because it was his team mate but i don't think webber had any idea that vettel would turn into his path whether he was slightly ahead, alongside or where ever i'm sorry, but it was vettel's fault


June 05, 2010 11:06 AM

MotoGP » UPDATED: Valentino Rossi injured in Mugello crash

look i hope i am not right about this but i wouldn't be surprised if we hear that he retires from motogp this week. this year is a write off - next 3 races out at least - plus the shoulder. add this to new contract or team next year, also the talk of WRC or F1 - this could be it. hopefully the new challenge of next year wiil keep him in motogp as this would be a terrible ending to a stellar career


April 19, 2010 6:15 PM

MotoGP » Hopefully that's our bad round out of the way..!

like your tactics.... as a a brit you can't take the pressure while leading the championship...give them a little headstart then chase them!!!! seriously though, if a team like aspar's can't find the root cause you gotta worry. Next race, fresh engine, fresh start and whup the spaniards at home - show 'em who's boss. It's time bradders.. step up and lead the way

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