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Matthew Birt  says:

British Eurosport confirms 2010 WSB plans

British Eurosport has outlined details of its most comprehensive coverage of the World Superbike championship ahead of this weekend’s 2010 opener at the Phillip Island circuit in Australia. Each race will be broadcast live on British Eurosport and from the second round in Portimao and for every European round of the championship, viewers can also enjoy coverage in stunning high definition...

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Jul 09

Posts: 1

rugrat46 says:

Eurosport HD

Yeah HD is brilliant. Its no good when the Sound is twenty seconds in front of the picture!! And you here about an incident before you see it. Which is exactly what happened in some of their broadcasts last year with bike racing. Lets hope they get it right this time.

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Aug 07

Posts: 161

bluehazeboy says:

all we need now is toby ,julian and randy and that will be just great,

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Sep 05

Posts: 58

polhouse says:

+1 Deafdave 

I get really pee'd off that you cannot get eurosport without a subscription to pay for the high football salaries etc.  Why do I have to subscribe to sky sports when I have no interest in what they show.  The only sattelite channel I want is Eurosport, but I refuse to pay out the stupid subscription demands from the Sky people.  I would rather pay per view to watch just what I want.

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Jul 09

Posts: 739

trailler says:

deaf dave

i am in the same boat as you , can watch motogp on bbc and bsb on free view . it is possible to watch wsb on eurosport live , on yer lap top , but will cost £40.00 or so a season.....what a bummer!!!.

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May 09

Posts: 881

CH987 says:

Sky sports

You don't need sky sports to get eurosport. Just the basic package. 23 quid a month.

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May 08

Posts: 149

ameg2808 says:


last year i watched a couple of WSB races on my computer (when GP and wsb clashed and if there is tennis or some other tedious sport on eurosport2!  they tended to show GP ) so i watched it streaming live off the official WSB site, sound and vision quality was good, for a stream, and the big bonus is it was FREE (stream wouldnt work with mozilla firefox though so had to use IE) hope they are doing it again this year as it came in very handy!!!!

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May 08

Posts: 149

ameg2808 says:

bugger, scratch that

official WSB site not streaming live races this year due to coverage contracts. And there was me thinking I was been real clever :-(

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Dec 02

Posts: 50

Sky TV

You actually only need the news and events pack which is £18.00 per month. You don't need kids tv, knowledge, random selection etc. Save yourselves £60.00 a year!

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Feb 10

Posts: 7

eurosport player

Yeh, don,t waste your money on eurosport player, my "live" stream stutters and stops, infuriating and unwatchable

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Jan 10

Posts: 46

Bikes On TV

Why do I have to pay to watch WSB when motogp is free? Could it be that the BBC don't want to show a series that a Brit has a real chance of winning? or is WSB just being greedy?

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