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Matthew Birt  says:

UK MotoGP TV rights: To BT, or not to BT?

Where British fans will be watching Cal Crutchlow and Valentino Rossi racing in MotoGP next year is about to become clearer, with the hot rumour suggesting the BBC will lose the UK TV rights to the new BT Sport digital channel.The BBC’s five-year contract expires at the end of 2013 and while lengthy negotiations have taken place over an extension...

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klacto

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klacto says:

NutMagnet

Agree with you totally and completely and I'll join you in not forking out to BT.

All concerned need to remember also that when The Doctor retires or becomes uncompetetive a boat load of viewers and spectators will cease to watch blokes driving round in circles. Merely being fast is never enough for the casual viewer who brings in the ratings they need to see a star and Marquez won't fit that bill.

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DoubtingThomas

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Done deal?

BT has invited members of the MotoGP media to a presentation in London on Thursday...

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