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Matthew Birt  says:

Randy Mamola sad at British Eurosport exit

Popular MotoGP pundit Randy Mamola has told MCN of his sadness at not being able to continue his role as pitlane commentator for British Eurosport in 2009. As part of new coverage plans for 2009, British Eurosport will retain Julian Ryder and Toby Moody next season, but there is no place for 13-times 500c GP winner Mamola. Ryder and Moody will voice...

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  • Posted 6 years ago (27 February 2009 12:20)

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Dec 08

Posts: 60

assen03 says:

 He was the best of the 3 by far! Sadly he will be missed.

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Jan 09

Posts: 7

DrewCam says:


Not impressed with that, as assen03 said he was the best with his racing knowledge and he seemed to get a lot of respect from the guys on track      BRING BACK RANDY

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Feb 09

Posts: 3

ronferguson says:

thank you

thank you Randy you insight into the sport did come through. It was not lost on us, the knowledge showes through the pit lane clamor

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Jul 08

Posts: 139

Crasher_666 says:

Ciao Randy

Sorry to see you go mate, loved your insight and your personal brand of commentary, you'll be missed this year. Lets hope we can at least get you in with the boys as a guest at the Spanish rounds, at the very least your 'home' round of Catalunya. Thanks for the years of great commentary alongside Toby & Jules, cheers!


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Aug 06

Posts: 322

davidh36 says:


.....not impressed with Eurosport losing out for a start, the BBC will surley cock this up, i wait with baited breath.

Sorry we won't be hearing you this year Randy, you'll be missed by the fans for your commentary and inside information on the riders and teams, still, do your best with Bradley Smith in the 125cc and we can only hope that the BBC lose the rights soon and a return to Eurosport is on the cards. Bye for now.

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Dec 05

Posts: 1

andy2914 says:

Just to say a BIG THANKS and give yourself a big pat on the back for a job well done!!!  Also a big thanks for your time at the NEC last year, it was great to see you up there with toesland and the rest of the legends.

I just hope Eurosport will see the light and bring you back !!!

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Aug 02

Posts: 21

bog69 says:

mcn can sponser randy

do a deal to show ads on eurosport & put price of mcn up a bit. or start a fund. the amount of money thats thrown around at day of champions, i'm sure we could soon raise the cash

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Feb 09

Posts: 11

tailslides says:


Well guys, we moaned about losing Eurosport, time to moan again about losing the best racer to ever commentate on the TV.

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Jan 09

Posts: 3

hazbat says:


race days and no randy  its like chips and no salt come on all you fans lets get him back asap

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Aug 02

Posts: 1480

superbol says:


That man has been in the commentary wilderness for too long ! What a fantastic roaving reporter he`d be . Surely money could be found to prise him from Sky .

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