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speed2live

June 04, 2014 12:03 AM

MotoGP » BT Sport reveals MotoGP TV line-up


ShoeiNuff:
ircsmith: too bad we cant watch MotoGP racing in America. I would love to get the BT coverage! Make it available for online streaming and I will buy it! but, alas, the single largest market for motorcycles does not have access to racing. Not that we really did when SPEED was covering the races. I rarely watched SPEED, they were dismal!
Erm, we can. Pick up the VideoPass from MotoGP.com, it's got all the races. A bit pricey, but to me worth it - tons of camera angles, the entire race weekend for all classes, and archival footage going back to the 90s. Pretty excellent if you're an enthusiast.
Pricey? You aint kiddin, bro. 125 € - multiscreen, and 90 € (reduced 10%from initial quote) standard (one feed). That's $170 and $123 respectively. OUCH. I've paid it in the past when it was less. Nowadays I usually wait to around mid summer when MotoGp.com offers half priced access or sometimes go to pirate sites.

speed2live

March 04, 2011 6:21 AM
Last Edited 1385 days ago

MotoGP » Rossi: We are quite worried


Rossi did not win his first season in 125, 250, or 500 cc class and he lost three of seven with Yamaha in the premier class. And RawDog correctly points out the demise of former greats Agostini, Spencer, Lawson, etc. But everyone is different and Vale and crew and Ducati engineers will eventually figure out how to make their package championship winners. More is at stake now, I believe, than ever before. Rossi believes he has a lot to prove and he is striving to be the official G.O.A.T. Who knows, he may even change manufacturers again after Ducati! And don't forget about Mike Hailwood who came out of an eleven year retirement to win at the Isle of Man, 38 years old.

speed2live

March 04, 2011 5:49 AM

MotoGP » Ben Spies: 1000cc MotoGP will be better for me


It's possible they will return to the 22 litre limit of the 990 cc era (or more) if a certain amount of fuel is needed to complete any given race. They talk about wanting to cut costs but I think they are more interested in the spectacle finally and are paying a bit more attention to the fans hence the change back to big bore motors in the first place. SBK has taken much away from MotoGP already in terms of popularity and viewership. The change will be good for the sport and Ben and Nicky and most of the others I imagine.


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