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Three-year deal for MXGP on TV

Live world championship motocross will be shown on British TV for the next three years, following an agreement between GP organisers Youthstream and Motorsport.tv – the new owners of TV channel Motors. Youthstream’s press release says:

Motorsport.tv and MXGP are working to grow our amazing sport of motocross by providing coverage to more than 31 million households in over 38 countries. Previously known as Motors TV, Motorsport.tv is the ultimate international market leader in motor racing and automotive video content. Motorsport.tv is also the only tv platform offering racing via digital streaming, video on demand, cable, and satellite. Visit motorsport.tv for more.

“I am really pleased that we could reach a new agreement with our partner Youthstream to air the FIM Motocross World Championship on our brand new channels Motorsport.tv for 3 more years! The FIM Motocross races are amazing and our subscribers will be more than happy to continue to view these spectacular riders all around the world”, confirms Jean-Luc ROY, Motorsport TV LLC President.

David Luongo, Youthstream Director, stated: “Youthsream is extremely happy to continue the collaboration with Motorsport.tv. We will be next to our historical partner for this new chapter and we will continue to provide the best images of our sport. It is a very positive sign for all the MXGP fans.”

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