With Moto GP kicking off the 2014 season tomorrow we thought we should try to find out what options Canadians now have to watch the races now that some cable providers no longer offer Speed TV.
First stop was MotoGP themselves and although it took a while to get a reply, all they could suggest is that you sign up for one of their video passes. At 100 Euros for the standard package (about C$155) it comes close to what most would have paid for a cable package when it used to be on there (though I could be off on this as I don’t have cable), though it doesn’t come with the other 52 channels o’ crap either – which could be a good thing.
Anyway, from what we can determine, if you’re cable/satellite company doesn’t carry it anymore then you have three options:
1) Buy the Moto GP package.
2) Wait till Monday and download the torrent (we’ll try to keep the news headline on Monday in non-spoiler mode)
3) Use something like Hola Unblocker to try to catch the races on a foreign online channel, though we don’t know of any to tune into.
Can you get MotoGP in your area or have any other solutions? Let us know in the comments section below.