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Nov 06

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WSB Phillip Island: Laverty takes race 2 win as Aprilia dominant Down Under

Aprilia finished off a weekend of dominance Down Under with Eugene Laverty taking the race two win at Phillip Island from teammate Sylvain Guintoli. Laverty led at the end of the first lap, as he did in race 1, but with four laps gone Guintoli took the lead. He led until the closing stages, when Laverty, despite briefly falling back to...

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Jan 04

Posts: 130

dessp2 says:

Seven weeks

Till the next one, what's that all about? One thing is for sure, with Checa and Baz in my fantasy road race team I have'nt done too well out of this one. Great racing though and glad Checa is okay.

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Aug 02

Posts: 316

cthwaites says:


Can anyone can help me find streaming or archived streaming of WSB here in the US? WSB moved from SpeedTV to the Al Jazeera channel BeInSports and a lot of us don't have that channel (certainly not the English language one which carries WSB). I can't think that the bike manufacturers are too happy. Their biggest market for sports bikes (California alone is bigger than UK) is effectively cut off from the series. Dorna has buried this sport here.

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Apr 09

Posts: 1399

Richard1967 says:


I subscribe to Eurosport Player  , not sure if you can get it in USA , it costs me £1.99 per month which is nothing really , rewind , pause , archive , the lot .You could try it

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May 12

Posts: 994

cornbowl says:

Eurosport Player

just watched the full WSB & WSS on the player, streaming good quality pics and coverage, got to be a bargain at £2.99 per month, you can try a test pic to see if you can receive it ok before you subscribe, and for me it will be the only way I shall watch MotoGP, next year if the BBC loose the rights, as I'm not getting ripped off by Sky. 

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Aug 10

Posts: 512

shawno76 says:

Well done Eugene. Tom's just getting into his groove. Gonna be a great season - and after what happened to Sylvain last year, thoroughly pleased for the Frenchman (incidentally, a very nice fela)...oh, and Chaz had a great debut.

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Oct 06

Posts: 1

hoekom says:

TV in the USA

I do not know whether bein sport has concluded their deal with Dorna for WorldSBK or not but this might work for you depending on you cable provider. Here is the URL from the AsphaltandRubber blog

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Jan 09

Posts: 960

RawDawg says:


BeInSports had fantastic coverage - far better than Speed. Same guys doing the coverage - Jonathan Green and Steve Martin. But they had flag to flag racing - no stupid commercials breaking up the racing. The showed the post race press conference and also showed WSS flag to flag with the presser for that as well. I have Directv. I think the station is also on Dish and some others. Not as much coverage as Speed though.

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Oct 12

Posts: 144

moto4 says:


In the UK can we watch WSBK without having to subscribe to satellite/cable?

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May 09

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CH987 says:


Channel 4 have shown highlights the last few years but no news this year.

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Feb 13

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AlexDAbomB69 says:


I got the free app from eurosport on the ipad and pay £2.99 a month to get British eurosport 1 and 2 and the bonus channels as well. You need wifi but if you know a pub with wifi when you go out on sunday you can carry on watching it were ever you are. They also show moto gp highlights live moto2 and moto3 and bsb. Cant go wrong. As its internet based I am sure its available internationally as well. Never tried it with 3G but I imagine it will be very pixellated, 4G phones or tablets would be ok though.

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