Fans of the Legends Cars National Championship with MRF Tyres are being catered for superbly with tremendous TV and online coverage of the full 45 race season this year – a package which is already proving very popular at home and abroad.
Action from the first three rounds of the 2022 campaign, from Oulton Park and Brands Hatch Indy Circuit, is already available globally on YouTube while the championship curtain-raiser from Oulton has been screened in the UK on the Freesports HD channel.
Round two from Brands Hatch will receive its TV broadcast premiere on Freesports HD – available on Freeview, Sky, Virgin Media, Talk Talk, BT TV and Samsung TV – on Saturday, 14th May, at 13.00 with details of the round three broadcast imminent.
Amazon will carry every broadcast with the first of the season’s action expected to be available on that platform in the UK a week from now. Within the next fortnight, armchair enthusiasts in the USA and Canada will also be able to access the racing on Amazon.
Samsung TV will begin its run of coverage during the coming week, with the Sporty Stuff and Ayozat channels on Sky set to follow suit within the next fortnight. Meanwhile, American cable and satellite channel MAV TV is already screening the racing from the first couple of events.
Fox, in Canada and the Caribbean, further extends the reach of the Legends Cars action and will be starting coverage soon. Additionally, Motorvision TV will starts its run of programming in due course with availability across 100 countries including most of Europe and Africa.
With sponsorship provided by Parc Lane Cars, the business owned by racing brothers Mark and Kieran Beaty, this year’s Legends Cars coverage is filmed and produced by Digitex Television and in total will feature 15 one-hour programmes – one per dedicated ‘round’ of racing.
“We’re absolutely delighted with the quality of coverage we’ve seen already this season from Digitex TV, with key sponsorship from Parc Lane Cars of course, and also the wide reach of the programming on TV and online which is bringing the championship to race fans across the world”, said Legends Cars National Championship with MRF Tyres owner Phil Cooper.
“The first three rounds have proven to be very popular already, across multiple platforms, and we’re looking forward to Amazon, Samsung TV and other broadcasters, such as Motorvision across Europe, beginning their runs of the 2022 coverage within the next couple of weeks. It’s been a great start, with some wonderful racing thus far, and it’ll only get even better as the season unfolds.”