I agree, but I really want to see some of the short vids. They're pissing me off.ADG said:Yep, you have to pay for an off season subscription. Not worth the money IMO (I guess I'm not a true MotoGP fan, lol).
I'll wait, just like last year and the season before, for the new race season subscription.
I agree that it's a a fair chunk of change, but when you figure the cost of the Nascar channel, and the quality of their coverage it looks muuuuch better. Not so sure about this winter coverage though. I think they're getting greedy.EvilSteve said:MotoGP.com is so expensive, I just can't justify it, especially with all you guys complaining about feeds dropping out in the middle of races. :-\
i didn't experience a single drop.EvilSteve said:MotoGP.com is so expensive, I just can't justify it, especially with all you guys complaining about feeds dropping out in the middle of races. :-\
i know i was good until the first race two years ago.DanTheMan said:hmmm, bummer. I thought i was good for everything up to next year. Yeah i don't see the point to paying for he testing, but i like all of the little features and biography's that they do.
The WRC thing is what prompted my switch. That was one of my favorite forms of racing. I'm not an F1 fan, and I too enjoy most moto racing, just not AMA. I also liked the speedway that Speed used to cover. Not sure if they still do.EvilSteve said:I don't mind AMA myself, I just like watching bike racing. I do sometimes just delete them though, I would never do that with GP or WSBK. I resent NASCAR TV since they dropped the WRC, that freaking pisses me off.
Anyway, I can see why you'd go for it if you were paying extra for NASCAR TV, does anyone who has the problem also watch F1? How do you guys get your F1 coverage?
I must say that I'm tempted by the motogp.com coverage but it's just too much, I guess I'll have a think about it.