Finally! Going to be an interesting season with all the changes.
Much to my darling wife's annoyance the direct coverage begins at 01:45 Monday and run through to 06:00.....so no 'washing of cars' for me this Easter Monday.
Lot of front end falls tyre related in practice and qualifying, Jorge admitted to being on the extreme edge after he took pole.
Really looking forward to both Moto2 and Moto3 as well as MotoGP, the smaller classes have some serious young talent and the Moto3 bikes are as fast as the two-strokes were already.
Moto2 should be fierce as well, maybe this will be Thomas Luthi's year.
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Would be interesting to follow, but there's absolutely zero TV coverage here... Over a hundred channels and no live broadcast, just a replay in the middle of the night on the BBC...
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Know the feeling, hard to find anything overseas at times. You could pay to watch on Motogp.com. I tried to catch qualifying on a US channel online called Speed, don't have a fast enough ISP.
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