MotoGP: All Races Being Broadcast Live On REV TV In Canada

MotoGP: All Races Being Broadcast Live On REV TV In Canada

© 2021, Roadracing World Publishing, Inc. From a press release issued By Dorna:

MotoGP™ goes live on REV TV in Canada 

Wednesday, 07 April 2021

Dorna Sports is pleased to announce that REV TV, Canada’s motorsports and automotive destination, will air all rounds of the FIM MotoGP™ World Championship live in 2021. The new agreement ensures fans in Canada can continue to enjoy live coverage of the world’s fastest motorcycle racing Championship live, along with several “Best of MotoGP” races REV TV will show during the year.

The season and broadcast agreement began with some stunning races at the Barwa Grand Prix of Qatar and the TISSOT Grand Prix of Doha, with the paddock now returning to Europe for the Grande Premio 888 de Portugal, which Canadian fans can watch on REV TV on the 18th of April.

Mike Garrow, President of REV TV: “Bringing MotoGP live to fans across Canada this season is a great privilege for REV TV. With its rich history of two-wheel racing and the pedigree of riders and teams, MotoGP is sure to become a much watched series on the network.”

Manel Arroyo, Managing Director of Dorna Sports: “The arrival of a new broadcaster is always great news. I’m glad that Canadian fans will be able to continue watching our spectacular sport and I’m sure that in 2021 they will see more incredible battles on track in another history-making season.”

About REV TV: CANADA’S MOTORSPORTS & AUTOMOTIVE DESTINATION features live races from around the world and right here at home. From two-wheels to four and so much more, REV TV showcases all forums of high-octane racing, along with up-to-date news coverage, prominent interviews with talent and industry insiders, how-to and behind the-scene programs and so much more! REV TV is your MOTORSPORTS & AUTOMOTIVE DESTINATION 24/7.

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