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Foxtel cements motorsport supremacy with MotoGP, WorldSBK deals

SPIELBERG, AUSTRIA - AUGUST 13: Jack Miller of Australia and Mission Winnow Ducati Team and Takaaki Nakagami of Japan and LCR Honda during the MotoGP of Austria - Free Practice at Red Bull Ring on August 13, 2021 in Spielberg, Austria. (Photo by Guenther Iby/SEPA.Media /Getty Images)

Foxtel’s deals for exclusive rights to MotoGP and the Superbike World Championship (WorldSBK) motorcycling series demonstrate its eagerness to be seen as the home of motorsport in Australia.

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