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.
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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.
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UK AGAINST BT SOLE RIGHTS TO MOTOGP
fucking load of wankers
Oh well that's the death of the gp in this country, out of site out of mind!
Unfortunately it will die of death like it did back in the 90's when world super bikes were all the rage!
Such a shame! Thanks BT! Just as it was getting its popularity!
Absolutely ridiculous idea and I will be gutted that I can't watch it.....Sundays won't be the same but I refuse to sign up with BT just for that!
Tony Cassidy, United Kingdom1 week ago Comments: I do not want to change my broadband provider to BT which has a lousy customer service record, especially when BT2 is another boring football channel.
Giles Ernsting2 weeks ago Comments: Even though we have BT Broadband, BT tell me we have to pay an extra £25 per month if we want to have BT Sport! We are so luck to have the BBC, please let Moto GP return.
chris3 weeks ago Comments: BBC coverage even had my wife glued to the races & had never had an interest in motorsport Fi boring but MOTOGP brilliant Steve & Charlie entertaining ***** fast forward 2014 season record highlights wiz through to avoid commentary
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