BT Sport has today announced it will continue to broadcast MotoGP until the end of 2021 in a new deal signed with commercial rights holders Dorna.
Every practice, qualifying session and race for MotoGP, Moto2 and Moto3 will be hosted live from the circuit, making sure fans get the best of the sport over an incredible 20 hours of exclusively live, thrilling coverage across each race weekend.
British Superbike fromnt runner Michael Laverty will join the presenting team alongside Suzi Perry, Craig Doyle, Colin Edwards, Neil Hodgson, James Toseland, Keith Huewen and Gavin Emmett.
“We are delighted to have extended our agreement with BT Sport for another three years. During our current agreement with BT Sport, MotoGP fans in the UK and Ireland have been treated to live coverage of all sessions of all Grands Prix on the BT Sport channels, with a fantastic team of presenters onsite to bring all the behind the scenes news and action from the paddock,” said Dorna chief Manuel Arroyo.
“We look forward to BT Sport continuing to provide fans in the UK and Ireland with such high quality coverage of the Championship during the 2019 – 2021 seasons, as well as their promotion of the MotoGP World Championship to a wider audience.
“We also look forward to cooperating with BT Sport around the newly launched British Talent Cup, which will debut in 2018. This is an example of BT Sport and Dorna working together to support and develop young riders in the first step on their journey towards the MotoGP World Championship.”