Reactive, quick thinking, on the ball. These are just a few traits you'd associate with a MotoGP™ rider but in the absence of track action in 2020 for the time being, those three traits can be dedicated to BT Sport. The UK broadcaster have been feeding British motorcycle racing fans a taste of MotoGP™ action every Sunday for the past three weeks as they go in search of ‘The Greatest Race’ – with the help of fans.
Check out every episode of #TheGreatestRace on the BT Sport App with the final fast approaching...— MotoGP on BT Sport (@btsportmotogp) April 16, 2020
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The unique show, which broadcasts four classic premier class races every Sunday, has enraptured British motorcycle racing fans as they get to vote on what they think is the best race. Viewing figures have peaked at around 60,000 – the most on their channels during sport’s coronavirus offseason – and the votes have been flooding in for the past three weeks, with just one round to go before the final four races go head-to-head on Sunday April the 26th – thus determining ‘The Greatest Race’.
Episode three ✅— MotoGP on BT Sport (@btsportmotogp) April 12, 2020
Which race takes your pick this week? ????#TheGreatestRace
This weekend will see Mugello 2019, Assen 2016, Australia 2015 and Estoril 2006 – four sensational races – aired for the fans to enjoy. So, if you’re able to access BT Sport, there’s no better way to spend your quarantine Sunday. Round 4 kicks off at 10am BST, with the BT Sport team speaking to Danilo Petrucci and Jack Miller, winners of two of the races you’ll be seeing. And even if you can't tune in, be sure to vote on BT Sport MotoGP™'s Twitter page.