MotoGP On Demand With iTunes

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MotoGP chiefs Dorna Sports have increased the amount of on demand content available on the iTunes Store. Dorna have been publishing content, like their free After the Flag programme and Official Podcasts since 2006, but have now upped the content to include Race Highlights, Documentaries and MotoGP Classics and can be accessed through any iTunes compatible device.

The Race Highlights section has the best bits from every race of the 2010 season, such as the epic Rossi v Lorenzo fight at Motegi, with highlights from the 2011 season opener Qatar also available. Each race package features a bumper 52 minutes of action and can also be downloaded in High Definition.

The Documentaries section, which will be available soon, will feature an “A-Z” of MotoGP. This is a programme looking back at the riders and factories throughout the history of the championship, as well as the low-down on the latest rules, regulations and racing techniques and technology. Other documentaries will include “MotoGP Riding Secrets” and “Jorge”, a feature on the 2010 World Champion on his way to his greatest sporting moment. “Jorge” will also available in High Definition.

MotoGP Classics features a classic MotoGP race from every season from 1992 all the way up to and including the 2008 Championship. This will allow fans to relive such epic moments such as the famous Rainey v Doohan battle from Catalunya 1992, Rossi v Gibernau from Jerez 2005, or Rossi's sensational victory on his Yamaha debut in Welkom 2004. All of the footage has been re-mastered to be available in High Definition.

All of the aforementioned content is available on the iTunes store, and prices start at £1.59/€2.49.


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