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Andy Downes  says:

Suzi Perry Quits MotoGP on BBC

Fans’ favourite Suzi Perry has quit MotoGP on the BBC in what she told MCN was the ‘most agonising decision’ of her life. Have your say in our poll: Who should replace Suzi Perry? After 13 years as the face of motorcycle racing, the 39-year-old will not present the BBC’s MotoGP coverage this season and instead will concentrate on her television career...

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  • Posted 5 years ago (17 February 2010 09:11)

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Feb 03

Posts: 11

express says:

Richard, thats clever m8, especially when its on "live"!,

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Jan 09

Posts: 11

Tomsk46 says:


Yawn ! zzzzzzzzz

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Aug 02

Posts: 1503

superbol says:

It must have been Hell

Flying first or business class all over the world getting paddock passes  meeting all the riders ,having the best viewing seats and going to all them after race partys over the years ! What fool would want that job !/?

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Dec 08

Posts: 1289

boybilly1967 says:

No loss at all really, although no one doubts she is s nice girl.


Now can we move on to some real bike storys?

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May 05

Posts: 144

cardiology says:

Good luck for the future Suzy and thanks for making MotoGP such a good programme. Your knowledge and professionalism will be missed, no doubt.

My girlfriend thinks you're a cool chick, which is the highest of accolodes in her book

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Aug 09

Posts: 48

snoman1956 says:

Best of Luck

Well i certainly dont agree that Susy has lost her looks, she was  agreat mix of personality, looks and yet with biking knowledge and added balance to the programmes.  I dont think she could ever please the "profesionals" on here, but who cares.  :Lets hope her wish for a family can happen once she has stopped dashing around the world

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Oct 07

Posts: 94

manxhornet says:


should be someone who has raced and therefore will have the technical knowledge and know what they are talking about like James Haydon or Jane Omorogbe who rides bikes for a living. Who the h*ll is Georgie Thompson ??? and Christine Bleakley??? VBH is a car person - yes she rides a bike but so what that doesn't amke her an expert? It would be like having another Charlie Cox (sorry Charlie). I hope they choose someone for their experience with bikes and racing and not for their looks. It makes for boring TV.

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Jul 09

Posts: 739

trailler says:


we are going to miss you suzi.......hope you make the odd come back now and then , by the way you still look hot , good luck with your new venture . cheerio hot stuff .

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Apr 07

Posts: 156

AFKAN says:



Sad to see her go :-( Can still get the Suzi fix on the Gadget Show though :-D
Frankly I hope they don't get an ex-racer. Get someone who's enthusiastic about bikes, but not someone from yesteryear who'll keep banging on about back in my day...


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Agent Z


May 08

Posts: 41

Agent Z says:


Best of luck Suzi you will be a hard act to follow. I'm sure you will be missed in the paddock as well as by many of us viewers. Just promise you will turn up for the Silverstone race & Day of Champions...

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