BT Sport has signed a five-year deal to broadcast MotoGP from 2014.
Viewers will be able to see every minute of the action as race weekends will be covered in full starting from the free practices on the Friday and including full coverage of Moto2 and Moto3 as well as the elite category MotoGP.
Coverage will be hosted on-site with additional studio coverage from BT Sport studios at the Olympic Park in Stratford.
“We’re proud that MotoGP will be part of such a huge and exciting project as BT Sport,” said Manel Arroyo, Dorna Sports, Managing Director.
Simon Green, Head of BT Sport, added: “The agreement with MotoGP is really exciting. We want BT Sport to offer a wide range of sports that appeal to many different audiences and MotoGP is a thrilling sport with a massive and committed fan base in the UK and Ireland.”
BT Sport launches on Thursday 1 August 2013.
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