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Aug 09

Posts: 3

monaco says:

moto gp commentary

Jack Burnacle and Jamie Whitham are both knowledgable and entertaining I think they would do an outstanding job on Moto Gp - should they want to..

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Feb 04

Posts: 194

remove them

remove them from wsb to the lesser moto gp no way

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Jul 09

Posts: 388

BIGMat says:

No Thanks

Can't stand Whitams voice, Toby and Julian forever!!!

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Oct 08

Posts: 262

LaughingGas says:

Eurosport all the way

I'd rather wait the extra 1 and listen to Toby and Julian for MotoGP commentary.  Unlike the BBC they know the sport inside out and upside down, and they're damn funny with it.

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Aug 07

Posts: 52

kentguy says:


They should set up a school for commentators, giving training on the following.
The achor does not have to be in every shot or so close they could suck the riders ears out.
Not to change the name of the race its 1,2,5 not fucking 1 twentyfive.
Get the riders names right i.e. Elias only has one L not bloody two.
Dont try to give riders nick names when when they have not had one for the last 10 years.
Dont talk bollocks, if there is nothing to say shut the fuck up
Dont shout if its exciting we can se it.

Any other recomendations are welcom.

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