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TV coverage of MotoGP in the UK

8,786 Signatures Goal: 20,000

This is a request to Dorna chief Carmelo Ezpeleta by UK MotoGP fans to either switch the 2014 TV rights back to the BBC or to allow Eurosport to show delayed full coverage. In a recent online poll, 90% of UK MotoGP fans said they thought that the new 2014 BT deal was a terrible idea. The general consensus online is that most fans will not sign up to BT which will cut viewing figures severely. Effectively killing MotoGP in the UK. Give us back our motorcycle grand prix sport on TV.

The request / suggestion for payment AFTER you have signed is just that; a REQUEST / SUGGESTION ONLY and is for the website that hosts the petition only.

We have a problem with mainstream UK media ignoring requests to let UK race fans know about this petition.....so please email every website, magazine and paper that you can think of.

There is a Facebook page concerning this issue: Please come and join our efforts.
UK AGAINST BT SOLE RIGHTS TO MOTOGP
https://www.facebook.com/UkAgainstBtSoleRightsToMotogpIn2014


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    yes United Kingdom
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