BT Sport will also feature the UK TV broadcast of the MotoGP World Championship for the next three years. Dorna and British TV have entered into a new three-year agreement that will allow the channel to remain the exclusive home of MotoGP Live broadcasts in the UK and Ireland for another three years after the 2021 season.
In recent seasons, BT Sport has broadcast the MotoGP World Championship in the UK and Ireland, with every Grand Prix broadcast exclusively and live. Thanks to this new agreement, fans can enjoy all the trainings, qualifying sessions, and MotoGPs, Moto2, Moto3 and MotoE races during a 20-hour broadcast at the Grand Prix weekend. In addition, fans will have access to innovations such as the 360 camera view, available on the BT Sport app via BT Sport.
Simon Green, BT Sport: “We are very proud to be the home of MotoGP in the UK and Ireland. BT Sport has the best presentation team offering the most comprehensive MotoGP coverage British fans have ever enjoyed, with every practice, qualification and race broadcast in full. I would also like to congratulate our role on the safe and successful conclusion of a season 2020, one of the most exciting seasons we’ve seen so far, and I thank them for working with us to introduce some great new programs to our fans during the closure of last year. ”
In the Netherlands, MotoGP broadcasts have been provided by Eurosport Benelux for a number of years. The current contract between Dorna and Eurosport is also in effect for 2021, so there will be no changes for Dutch and Belgian (Flanders) MotoGP fans in terms of following the sport on TV.
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