The price is definitely steep for sure, especially when you include the currency transfer rate for American dollars, but it is also a services many of us here in the states that have love for the sport and look for internet coverage because of the limited broadcast TV coverage of the races on television in general here.
The good news is I keep hearing about new marketing agreements and supposed commitments for more stateside coverage of the races on television now, which in theory should help if proven true. Not sure but maybe we can all compare some notes a little on where we are each going to view the races online, or set-up a view share program for members of the site here that could benefit us all,.. just a thought.
I bought the videopass here in the Netherlands for 99 euro's.
Well worth the money, with loads of extra video's from past years plus a digital magazine.
My only other choice was to pay almost twice as much to get Sport1, which is mainly for the football, and I never watch football (being a Scot, we've never really been that good at it!!!).
Fox Sports 1 in the USA has signed a new agreement to carry the MotoGP races live with Moto 2/3 delayed up to two weeks. That being said their coverage of the first round was terrible as was their coverage last year. Guess I will just go ahead a sign up. At my age the only TV I enjoy watching is racing.
Went ahead a got the package. All I can say is this is how it should be done. The split screen options are fantastic. Watching classic racers is also fantastic. I wish they would expand WSBK with the same options at some point. No need to watch Fox Sports 1's terrible coverage which is a major bonus. If anyone is on the fence about getting it, just do it.
I'm on the fence. I got it for WSBK instead of adding on Comcast's extra sports package that had beIN network. I just like to watch the race, and as long as I can watch MotoGP on FoxSports1, I probably won't pony up for the MotoGP VideoPass.