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Eurosport’s hold on MotoGP rights across Europe weakens

Sports broadcaster Eurosport has had its grip on MotoGP rights across Europe weakened in recent times, despite its renewal of rights in the Netherlands.

ALCANIZ, TERUEL - SEPTEMBER 23: Marc Marquez of Spain and Repsol Honda Team lead the group during MotoGP race of the MotoGP Grand Prix of Aragon at Motorland Aragon Circuit on September 23, 2018 in Alcaniz, Spain. (Photo by Quality Sport Images/Getty Images)

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