BT Sport signs 3 year MotoGP deal


BT Sport will broadcast MotoGP live for three more years

UK and Ireland broadcaster BT Sport will continue to show MotoGP live in an exclusive deal until the end of the 2021 season, announced on Wednesday. All 19 MotoGP Grands Prix, including every Moto2 and Moto3 session, will be hosted live by the broadcaster. 

Managing director of BT Sport’s Consumer department, Andy Haworth, said: “We have a fantastic team working on MotoGP with Suzi Perry, Craig Doyle, Colin Edwards, Neil Hodgson, James Toseland, Keith Huewen, Gavin Emmett and a big welcome to Michael Laverty who will be joining the BT Sport team. The team will bring every single minute of the action from this fantastic sport to our viewers for another three more years.”

Formula 1 will be broadcast live on Sky Sports until 2024, with no free-to-air broadcaster confirmed for the motor sport post-2018 as Channel 4 readies for its last year of live F1 coverage. 

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