If Moto GP turns you on but paying for the extra channel (Speed, that is) doesn’t, you’re in luck.
U.S. networks CBS and NBC will broadcast the races, which include the inaugural Red Bull Indianapolis GP, the first ever really important event at the Brickyard.
The TV networks have struck a deal with Dorna Sports, and now CBS Sports is scheduling a broadcast of the German race at Sachsenring on July 13 (1 – 2 p.m. ET), the U.S. Grand Prix in Laguna Seca on July 20 (5 – 6 p.m. ET), and the Brno race in the Czech Republic on Aug. 17 (2 -3 p.m. ET).
NBC will bring the Indianapolis Moto GP to you live on Sept. 14 (3 – 4 p.m. ET).
So polish up that coat hanger sticking out of your roof, kick back, and watch some Moto GP action while knowing that being too cheap to pay for cable has finally worked out.