AUSTRALIAN MOTOGP commentator Charlie Cox has been sent back to the bush by BBC TV bosses, after being pulled-off the Beeb's MotoGP show.The presenter was taken in hand by BBC bigwigs and shown the back door, following a thirteen-year stint
VISORDOWN'S MOTOGP insider has called in this morning with the news that the Australian half of BBC's MotoGP commentary team, Charlie Cox, is quitting the show.It's alleged the portly commentator is returning to Australia to front the country
Predicting MotoGP is easy, my choices are Casey Stoner, Jorge Lorenzo and Dani PedrosaI'd love to see Valentino Rossi in there but I'm not too sure whether the bike will be up to it and it's very difficult to say whether he is up for it. He's 33 years old now and I think there ar...
BBC MOTOGP pundit Charlie Cox could be leaving the series following paddock rumours the portly Australian is heading off to commentate on Formula 1 in 2011.The news, fed to Visordown by our MotoGP man, has said the BBC is to axe the corporation
she defended the Beeb's MotoGP TV presenter, Charlie Cox, on a public internet forum. Australian Cox incensed BBC viewers after the presenter made derogatory remarks about Fiat Yamaha rider Jorge Lorenzo following the Japanese MotoGP race
is persuade Charlie Cox and Steve Parrish to make inane comments about what's going on and it'll be like a Sunday afternoon...
. It's all going well, I like Matt Roberts' commentary on the 125s, don't really dig Charlie Cox and Steve Parrish flirting with each other during the MotoGP but, you don't have much choice.So with a couple of minutes to go, Cox announces that Freeview
THE VISORDOWN news team had to laugh when we saw a letter from the BBC's MotoGP Series Producer, Belinda Rogerson, getting stuck in on Crash.net's forum, regarding the Corporation's decision to keep Charlie Cox and Steve Parrish as the sports
Sunday (he means racing, what a laugh!), I do a lot of stretching, around 90 minutes a day and then some light weights."Given how bloody rude BBC TV 'presenter' Charlie Cox was after the race on Sunday regarding Jorge's wind-down-lap celebrations, we
in the pit-lane."I'm really looking forward to working with Azi Farni, who is an established, enthusiastic and highly respected reporter, and it is always great fun to work with Charlie and Steve, who need no introduction!"I'm convinced we will make a strong
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