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~$50 ($35 Euro) buys you the whole year ... live practice, qualifying, and races for all classes - 125gp, 250gp, and MotoGP. (or just watch them later at your leisure, at any time).

www.motogp.com

This is the second year I've bought the subscription (and actually, they give you a ~$10 discount ($7 Euro) for subsequent years, so it was only ~$40 this year), I watched MotoGP qualifying live this morning at 6am EST ... it rocked :)

- Roach
 

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SpeedWerks.com said:
~$50 ($35 Euro) buys you the whole year ... live practice, qualifying, and races for all classes - 125gp, 250gp, and MotoGP. (or just watch them later at your leisure, at any time).

www.motogp.com

This is the second year I've bought the subscription (and actually, they give you a ~$10 discount ($7 Euro) for subsequent years, so it was only ~$40 this year), I watched MotoGP qualifying live this morning at 6am EST ... it rocked :)

- Roach
A little pricey but cool! :dthumb:
 

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jeeps84 said:
A little pricey but cool! :dthumb:
Considering there's 17 rounds this year, it's about $3 per race weekend to see everything live, and a lot of stuff you can't ever see in the states (qualifying and practice for starters, and a lot of other "behind the scenes" things too ... interviews, etc).

I'm a huge fan, so it's totally worth it for me. Our vacation last year to England to see it at Donnington was substantially more :D

- Roach
 
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