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February 11th, 2016, 10:35 PM   #31
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Jum's, I'm trying to get a cousin into MotoGP. I don't know what TV package he has but what do you watch MotoGP on over on the West Coast? He's in Seattle.

Sean, how much was the WSBK video pass?
The name of the channel is: BeIN Sport. If he has 'DirecTV' it's channel 620. They will cover: MotoGP, Wsbk, and MotoAmerica.
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Thanks Jums, I'm almost certain DirectTV is what he has.
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Sean, how much was the WSBK video pass?
It was $78, much less than the MotoGP videopass. The site is not quite as slick as MotoGP but the quality of the videos is good. Well worth the price!
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It was $78, much less than the MotoGP videopass. The site is not quite as slick as MotoGP but the quality of the videos is good. Well worth the price!
78 is actually a lot for what you get. One can't go back very far to watch previous year's races. I've been wanting to watch 90s races. None available.
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78 is actually a lot for what you get. One can't go back very far to watch previous year's races. I've been wanting to watch 90s races. None available.
Now, that DOES suck! I just posted over in the SuperBike thread a story about how I watched an old MotoGP race from 1993 last night and how cool it was to see Carl Fogarty as a local wildcard in the race. I was hoping to go back and watch some WSBK from the 90's...
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I got all that at anytime I want. Lol
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I got all that at anytime I want. Lol
Impressive.
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