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Should Suzi Perry be doing MotoGP instead of F1 in 2013?

Suzi Perry will be presenting the BBC'S F1 coverage in 2013. Suzi has previously presented the BBC's MotoGP coverage, before stepping down in 2010.   pollcomment

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DrWorm

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DrWorm says:

We love you Suzi

Definitely - she loves bikes, a lot of the riders know her & like her and she is like a vintage wine - only gets better with age.  To recap I love Suzi :)

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steady2wheels

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yes, get azi out and get suzi in there

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bikeshooter

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bikeshooter says:

Yeah I agree with the previous comment.

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benCBR6

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benCBR6 says:

BBC coverage

BBC F1 coverage is superb and in the wake of Jake leaving Suzi is a perfect choice to fill the gap. Unfortunately I've given up on BBC MotoGP coverage as, IMHO, the coverage and commentary is tired and shockingly poor. I don't think the Beeb are anywhere as interested in GP as they are in F1 - despite their exclusive live rights. I'll stick with Eurosport thanks. Suzi'll do a great job at F1.

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mffn675

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mffn675 says:

i like AZI

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kennygorrie

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kennygorrie says:

Suzi

Still won't get me watching sports car conga

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jon66

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jon66 says:

more exposure

from any source would be good , so the bigger names presenting the better i say

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jon66

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jon66 says:

more exposure

from any source would be good , so the bigger names presenting the better i say

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Titosfuneral

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Titosfuneral says:

Suzi, Suzi

I thought Suzi Perry was great on the MotoGP. That said, I think Matt Roberts is as good. They both seem to have good relationships with the riders and good access. However, Jake Humphry was irritatingly crap the whole time he was on F1, and strangely dismissive of everyone he talked to. I'm looking forward to having a presenter on each program that I like, rather than another ex-CBBC kiddie presenter like Jake. Jake was an excellent children's presenter, but like all ex-cbbc presenters who learned their craft talking to kids, he still talks down to people. NO MORE CHILDREN'S PRESENTERS IN BBC SPORT!

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69Fastback

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69Fastback says:

I personally prefer ex racers to commentate during the race itself. Having said that; I prefer Suzi's off race commentary to that of the (emerging) hair gel lovie's of Parish & co, forever banging on about their lifestyle: "I'd like to thank farmer Jones for letting me land in his field", "Just been round the (TT) course in my aeroplane", "Me and Barry would drive our Rolls Royces..." for F***s sake Parish, give us all a break! Take a lesson from the great man himself (ex motorcycle racer) Murray Walker. Never once will you hear him bang on about himself, an absolute gentleman of motor-sport!

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