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boilie

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boilie says:

Moto2 boring?

It must be if Moody & Ryder are so bored with commentating on the race, they have to spend practically the whole race talking about F1 (that's cars) with a series of visitors who are all involved in car not bike sport.
Thank gawd for the red button on the Beeb.

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kentguy

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kentguy says:

Moto 2 officially boring says Moody

They were at it again today, at Silverstone talking to F1 blokes I have never heard of.
As you say the red button works wonders.

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boilie

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boilie says:

Moto 2 officially boring says Moody & Ryder

I don't know who commentates on the 125 & Moto2 races on the BBC red button, but they concentrate on the actual race we are watching and don't waffle on about events outside of MotoGP.
If I wanted that kind of commentary, I'd want the blokes from Test Match Special, they're the experts, because they never miss a ball bowled - unlike Moody & Ryder who miss a lot of the action, whilst they are talking amongsts themselves.

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kentguy

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kentguy says:

Moody & Ryder

There is no question Jules & Toby, know there stuff when it comes to GP motorcycle racing.
But this year they have spent a lot of time talking talking off subject and missing what is going on on the race track.

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wynner

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wynner says:

I was fuming!

Do those commentators not watch the racing?!!!

Who wants to hear car racers talking? If I was interested in car racing I would watch car racing.

 I wanted to hear about the bikes.

In the background Scott Redding was having the ride of his life, getting spat out of the seat and diving inside top riders and our so called bike experts couldn't even be bothered to watch! How disrespectful!

Eventually I turned off the sound:mad::mad:

I hope they read this!:mad:

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CH987

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CH987 says:

Toby & Julien

Two years ago everyone was up in arms that Eurosport was losing Motogp and we would be losing the best commentators in motorsport. I watched the race again this morning and they were just the same as always so I don't really see what your complaining about. What you're all forgetting is that alot of people don't just like one type of motorsport.

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wynner

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wynner says:

CH987

What I really meant to say is keep the interviews for the buildups and after the race.

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