MotoGP, like F1, has proper TV deals

While MotoGP and F1 sign over 100 TV deals a year, IndyCar is lucky to sign one
While MotoGP and F1 sign over 100 TV deals a year, IndyCar is lucky to have one or two

IndyCar is looking to sign one new TV deal with NBC. One. Talk about totally missing the boat.

Much like Liberty Media and Formula 1, Dorna, the motorcycle racing series' managing body, in 2018 sees an expansion from 91 to 101 broadcasters around the world, and you can bet that all of them liked what they saw on Sunday.

The final laps of the race featured several passes among the top six riders, with the action surrounding Dovizioso, Marquez, and Valentino Rossi heating up as the laps wound down. In the end, it came down to the final corner on the final lap, when cameras struggled to differentiate between the Honda and Ducati riders because they were so close to each other that they looked like one motorcycle.

This is the global TV empire that Bernie Ecclestone built for F1 while IndyCar was, and remains, asleep at the wheel

Country TV Network Language
Albania Top Channel Albanian
Andorra Movistar F1 Spanish
Armenia Setanta Sports + Russian
Asia STAR Sports Channels English
Fox Sports Asia Channels English
Australia Network Ten English
Fox Sports English
Austria ORF eins German
Azerbaijan Idman TV Azerbaijani
Setanta Sports + Russian
Belarus Setanta Sports + Russian
Belgium Play Sports Dutch
Sporza Dutch
RTBF La Deux French
Bosnia and Herzegovina Sport Klub Serbian
Bulgaria Diema Sport Bulgarian
Diema Sport 2 Bulgarian
Brazil Globo Portuguese
SporTV Portuguese
Canada RDS / RDS2 / RDS Info French
TSN / TSN2 / TSN3 / TSN4 / TSN5 English
Central Asia Setanta Sports + Russian
China Various regional broadcasters Chinese
Croatia Arena Sport Croatian
Czech Republic Sport 1 Czech/Slovak
Sport 2
Sport 3
Cyprus CytaVision Greek
Denmark TV3+/TV3+ HD Danish
Estonia TV6 Estonian
Viasat Sport Baltic Estonian, Latvian and Lithuanian
Finland MTV3 Finnish
C More Max Finnish
Sub Finnish
France Canal+[24] French
Canal+ Sport French
TF1 French
Georgia Setanta Sports + Russian
Germany n-tv[25] German
RTL Television German
Greece OTE Sport Greek
ERT Greek
Hungary M4 Sport Hungarian
Iceland Stöð 2 Sport Icelandic
Ireland Eir Sport 1 English
Channel 4 UK English
Sky Sports F1 English
Israel Sport 5 Hebrew
Italy Sky Sport F1 Italian
TV8 Italian
RAI Italian
Japan Fuji TV Next Japanese
DAZN Japanese
Latin America(except Brazil) Fox Sports LatAm Channels Spanish
Latvia TV6 Latvian
Viasat Sport Baltic Latvian, Estonian and Lithuanian
Liechtenstein SRG SSR German, French and Italian
Lithuania TV6 Lithuanian
Viasat Sport Baltic Lithuanian
Malta GO English
Middle East and North Africa beIN Sports Arabic / English
Macedonia Sport Klub Serbian
Moldova Setanta Sports + Russian
Montenegro Sport Klub Serbian
Netherlands Ziggo Sport Totaal Dutch
Ziggo Sport Go Dutch
Ziggo Sport Dutch
New Zealand Sky Sport English
Norway Viasat Motor and Viasat Sport Norwegian / Swedish
Viaplay Norwegian / Swedish
Viasat 4 Norwegian
Papua New Guinea Fox Sports Asia Channels English
Poland Eleven Sports Polish
Puerto Rico ABC English
Univision Deportes Network Spanish
Portugal SportTV[36] Portuguese
Romania Dolce Sport Romanian
Digi Sport
Russia Match TV Russian
Match! Arena
San Marino Sky Sport F1 Italian
RAI Italian
Serbia Sport Klub Serbian
Slovakia Sport 1 Czech/Slovak
Sport 2
South Korea SBS Sports Korean
Spain Movistar F1 Spanish
Sub-Saharan Africa Supersport English and Portuguese
Canal+ Sport French
Sweden Viasat Motor Swedish
Switzerland SRG SSR German, French and Italian
Canal+ French
Canal+ Sport
Turkey S Sport Turkish
United Kingdom Channel 4 English
Sky Sports Mix
Sky Sports F1
Ukraine Перший автомобÑ-льний[41] Ukrainian
United States ABC English
Univision Deportes Network Spanish

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