The official MotoGP.com website is both a goldmine of information and the bane of many MotoGP fans' lives. The video section features literally thousands of fascinating video interviews, clips and of course, the live video feed of each race. True, the content is only available to paying subscribers, but the value offered for the €99.95 (or €79.95 for standard quality) is actually rather good.
The one gripe that everyone had about the site and video subscription was that if you missed the live race - not uncommon for US or Australian subscribers, for example - and went to website to watch the recorded race, it was impossible to do so without running across spoilers, telling you the outcome of the race before you had a chance to view it. MotoGP.com received a barrage of complaints about this problem, and have finally come up with a solution: A no-spoilers page.
So if you want to view the full race, without first having to navigate your way through the website, desperately trying to avoid finding out the results before you've even seen it, simply bookmark http://www.motogp.com/en/videos-nospoiler and hit that bookmark to watch the video. Problem solved, and MotoGP.com's email inbox will be a good deal less cluttered this year.
One personal tip: I have found that I've been forced to log on to the website when viewing videos, despite my username appearing as if I was already logged in. If you are forced to log in again to watch the video, then it may prove a good deal more difficult to avoid the spoilers. In that case, if you log in to the site the day before the race, and click on the Edit your account link (which appears on the top right hand side of the page), you could be forced to log in if your cookie has expired. This will then keep you logged in when you visit the No Spoilers link, and allow you to watch the race with your hopes and expectations unsullied.