Motors Tv

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Davwlk

Original Poster:

276 posts

126 months

Thursday 4th October
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Just realised Motors Tv is no longer on Freesat and has now gone to a pay on line streaming channel, £4 a month £40 a year. Shame as I used to enjoy watching the cars go round.


Edited by Davwlk on Thursday 4th October 10:14

C70R

4,042 posts

38 months

Monday 8th October
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Davwlk said:
Just realised Motors Tv is no longer on Freesat and has now gone to a pay on line streaming channel, £4 a month £40 a year. Shame as I used to enjoy watching the cars go round.


Edited by Davwlk on Thursday 4th October 10:14
And you won't pay £4 to "watch the cars go round"?

FredericRobinson

1,517 posts

166 months

Monday 8th October
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This weekends race in on BT sports in full , hopt that carries on

wsn03

406 posts

35 months

Monday 8th October
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Is it on Eurosport?

wsn03

406 posts

35 months

Monday 8th October
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Just found it, apparently on Eurosport 2
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FredericRobinson

1,517 posts

166 months

Tuesday 9th October
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Just the last hour and a half on Eurosport

Davwlk

Original Poster:

276 posts

126 months

Tuesday 9th October
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C70R - my comment was more about the switch off Freesat onto online rather than the money.

C70R

4,042 posts

38 months

Tuesday 9th October
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Davwlk said:
C70R - my comment was more about the switch off Freesat onto online rather than the money.
But I don't understand why you can't watch "the cars go round" any longer. It's just a case of £4 and plugging your laptop into the TV...

FredericRobinson

1,517 posts

166 months

Tuesday 9th October
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Assuming you've got good enough broadband

Davwlk

Original Poster:

276 posts

126 months

Tuesday 9th October
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Exactly

Davwlk

Original Poster:

276 posts

126 months

Tuesday 9th October
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Just to clarify the above point. I spend just under half a year in Spain where I have a freesat tv system on a 4ft dish and no internet unless I go to the local library where it's dodgy to say the least. Therefore Motors on Freesat ticked all the boxes both here and in Spain.

C70R

4,042 posts

38 months

Wednesday 10th October
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I regularly stream things like Netflix/Amazon/BBC OTA on my mobile. Surely this is the answer.
Even the most basic home broadband package should be good enough to watch on a tablet/laptop.

FredericRobinson

1,517 posts

166 months

Wednesday 10th October
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If I could get broadband good enough to watch races on I would, seeing as there's loads of stuff I'd love to watch which I can't.

C70R

4,042 posts

38 months

Thursday 11th October
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FredericRobinson said:
If I could get broadband good enough to watch races on I would, seeing as there's loads of stuff I'd love to watch which I can't.
Where do you live? On the moon?

FredericRobinson

1,517 posts

166 months

Thursday 11th October
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Well I'm on satellite broadband so the signal has to go to space even if I don't live there