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In a landmark moment for the sport, MotoGP will be broadcast on network television across the United States this summer after an agreement was reached between ABC and MotoGP’s commercial rights-holders Dorna Sports.


The deal will see the 2006 Red Bull US Grand Prix at Mazda Raceway Laguna Seca broadcast during an hour-long programme on July 30th at 1-2pm ET and 3-4pm PT. The show will include not only the coverage of one of the most thrilling races of the season, but exciting features, news and interviews of one of the most spectacular sporting events to take place on American soil.


The programme is an important step for MotoGP which continues to expand its network of broadcasts to worldwide audiences. Currently MotoGP reaches 207 countries, with 184 of those in live or same day delayed format. An average of 142 million spectators see the live/SDD broadcasts, with a total average audience per GP of 311 million viewers.


“We are happy to have the 2006 Red Bull US Grand Prix on ABC,” said Tag Garson, Sr. Director of Programming and Acquisitions. “It is an exciting event, which takes place at one of racing’s most renowned venues, and showcases some terrific action.”


Dorna Sports’ Managing Director, Manel Arroyo added, “It is great news for the sport to be broadcast across the United States on network television. Working alongside a prestigious network such as ABC will certainly help us achieve our objective of bringing MotoGP to the attention of a more mainstream audience.”


MotoGP is the world’s premier motorcycle championship, featuring the best racers on the planet riding multi-million dollar, prototype machines that can reach speeds in excess of 200mph. MotoGP takes its glamorous circus to all corners of the globe. The machines produce more than 240 horsepower and weigh in at just 325lb (148kg), demanding the ultimate in riding skill, which is personified by the likes of Valentino Rossi and American contenders Nicky Hayden, John Hopkins, Colin Edwards and Kenny Roberts Jr.


For the first time since 1994 MotoGP returned to the U.S. last year, with over 157,000 fans enjoying the Red Bull U.S. Grand Prix throughout the weekend at the legendary Mazda Raceway Laguna Seca circuit in California.


Helping to make the deal possible between the two parties was Van Wagner Sports Group, who will coordinate production matters with ABC and will work as Dorna's US TV ad-sales agent.

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Awesome!!

Not on the Speed TV program schedule, so it must be for real. Excellent news.

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Awesome! I hope they broadcast it in HD.

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Wasn't someone asking about viewership on this site? Couldn't find the thread.

The programme is an important step for MotoGP which continues to expand its network of broadcasts to worldwide audiences. Currently MotoGP reaches 207 countries, with 184 of those in live or same day delayed format. An average of 142 million spectators see the live/SDD broadcasts, with a total average audience per GP of 311 million viewers.

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I was hoping they would do this. I'm very excited

Hopefully it's in HD...at the least it will be 480p which will be an ENORMOUS improvement.
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wonder who they'll get to commentate

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Awesome! I hope they broadcast it in HD.
Discovery channel did something on bikes a while ago in HD. They had some GP rain race. MAN WAS THAT AWSOME TO WATCH IN HD

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Time?

I don't get the time. Do they have it backwards? Or are there two time?

The deal will see the 2006 Red Bull US Grand Prix at Mazda Raceway Laguna Seca broadcast during an hour-long programme on July 30th at 1-2pm ET and 3-4pm PT.

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I was hoping they would do this. I'm very excited

Hopefully it's in HD...at the least it will be 480p which will be an ENORMOUS improvement.
I thought Standard Television was on 480?
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I thought Standard Television was on 480?
no, DVD is 480 stand def is even lower. I really hope they do it in 1080 or 720P would be even better.




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I don't get the time. Do they have it backwards? Or are there two time?

The deal will see the 2006 Red Bull US Grand Prix at Mazda Raceway Laguna Seca broadcast during an hour-long programme on July 30th at 1-2pm ET and 3-4pm PT.
Same time, different locales.

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I thought Standard Television was on 480?
When I watch ABC HD and they are not broadcasting a 1080i show, I believe what I see is 480p. In any event it looks 100x better than regular channel 7.
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Sweeet!! This is a must watch for me, gonna be my first gp race to see. I want to see the difference that i've heard about on the...chicane i think it is called (the downhill left then right twist). Think its turn 7 & 8, not sure. Anyone going to be having some sort of grill thingy to watch it?? Just wondering, more fun to watch w/people who like it than at home...family doesnt like that kinda stuff

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Sweeet!! This is a must watch for me, gonna be my first gp race to see. I want to see the difference that i've heard about on the...chicane i think it is called (the downhill left then right twist). Think its turn 7 & 8, not sure. Anyone going to be having some sort of grill thingy to watch it?? Just wondering, more fun to watch w/people who like it than at home...family doesnt like that kinda stuff

Is this the first year GP is at laguna seca?
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Same time, different locales.
Still doesn't make sense. How could a show that is on at 1 PM ET be on at 3 PM PT? Isn't PT behind ET?

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yeah, 3pm pt would be 6pm eastern, right?

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Still doesn't make sense. How could a show that is on at 1 PM ET be on at 3 PM PT? Isn't PT behind ET?
due to the miracle of daylight savings, the race will be aired on the east coast before it even occurs

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I just realized, we're gonna miss out on all the extra programming Speed TV had on around the USGP last year. They don't have any motorcycle programming scheduled for that day and ABC will probably only show the race. And who are they gonna get to do the commentary?

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I think the qualifying will be shown on Speed on Saturday...
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Nothing posted so far - but that would be awesome. We never get to see that stuff.

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Ok, I am dopey, I was looking at the date of July 30 - so then MotoGP will be on ABC, but delayed by a week? Doh!

No wonder why the times are different for ET and PT. God I feel soooo dumb right now. Well - I guess I hit my "I am dumb at least once a day" quota.

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Now this make more sense

Race To Be Broadcast Live On SPEED, With One Week Delay Nationwide on ABC

MONTEREY, Calif. – In a landmark moment for the sport, MotoGP World Championship round during the Red Bull U.S. Grand Prix at Mazda Raceway Laguna Seca will be broadcast on network television across the United States this summer after an agreement was reached between ABC and MotoGP’s commercial rights-holders Dorna Sports.

The deal will see the 2006 Red Bull U.S. Grand Prix at Mazda Raceway Laguna Seca, July 21-23, on a tape-delay broadcast during an hour-long program on July 30th at 1:00-2:00pm ET and 3:00-4:00pm PT. The show will include not only the coverage of one of the most thrilling races of the season, but exciting features, news and interviews of one of the most spectacular sporting events to take place on American soil.

The race will also be broadcast live on SPEED, at 2:00pm PT (5:00pm ET).

The program is an important step for MotoGP which continues to expand its network of broadcasts to worldwide audiences. Currently the MotoGP World Championship reaches 207 countries, with 184 of those in live or same day delayed format. An average of 142 million spectators see the live/SDD broadcasts, with a total average audience per Grand Prix of 311 million viewers.

“We are happy to have the 2006 Red Bull U.S. Grand Prix on ABC,” said Tag Garson, Sr. Director of Programming and Acquisitions. “It is an exciting event, which takes place at one of racing’s most renowned venues, and showcases some terrific action.”

Dorna Sports’ Managing Director, Manel Arroyo added, “It is great news for the sport to be broadcast across the United States on network television. Working alongside a prestigious network such as ABC will certainly help us achieve our objective of bringing MotoGP to the attention of a more mainstream audience.”

MotoGP is the world’s premier motorcycle championship, featuring the best racers on the planet riding multi-million dollar, prototype machines that can reach speeds in excess of 200mph.

MotoGP takes its glamorous circus to all corners of the globe. The machines produce more than 240 horsepower and weigh in at just 325lb (148kg), demanding the ultimate in riding skill, which is personified by the likes of Valentino Rossi and American contenders Nicky Hayden, John Hopkins, Colin Edwards and Kenny Roberts Jr.

For the first time since 1994 MotoGP returned to the U.S. last year, with 153,653 fans enjoying the Red Bull U.S. Grand Prix throughout the weekend at legendary Mazda Raceway Laguna Seca circuit in Monterey, California.

Helping to make the deal possible between the two parties was Van Wagner Sports Group, who will coordinate production matters with ABC and will work as Dorna's US TV ad-sales agent.

For those on-site, a number of spectator amenities have been announced to improve the 2006 Red Bull U.S. Grand Prix. A new traffic flow plan is in place to help increase the positive fan experience. Highlights of the plan include all general admission parking off-site, with spectators transported via shuttle bus; a motorcycle-only entrance; and increased staffing and directional signage. Additionally, the number of concession stands has been increased dramatically, the official souvenir store will now be housed in an 8,000 square foot tent in Yamaha Marketplace, and more and better-located restrooms will be available throughout the facility. More information is available at www.laguna-seca.com.

Tickets are on sale now for Mazda Raceway Laguna Seca’s 50th Season of Racing including the Red Bull U.S. Grand Prix July 21-23, the 33rd Rolex Monterey Historic Automobile Races August 18-20 and the Monterey Sports Car Championships featuring the American Le Mans Series October 20-22.

Tickets and more information are available by calling (800) 327-SECA or on-line at www.RedBullUSGrandPrix.com.

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Hell yeah!

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That means MotoGP in full HighDef for the first time ever in the US. The only thing better than watching the Italians bet the French in HDTV will be watching an American win the at Laguna Seca in HD

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oh man, i'm too tired to find the other 2 threads and merge them all. rest assured we're all excited and appreciate you passing on the info.

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