GNCC-Racing-Logo-4-17-13MORGANTOWN, W. Va. – RacerTV returns in 2013 with coverage of the AMSOIL Grand National Cross Country Series and the Mtn. Dew ATV Motocross National Championship. This year’s platform features a 15-week television package on NBC Sports Network, as well as a full-schedule of racing on – all brought to viewers by this year’s television sponsors AMSOIL, Rocky Mountain ATV/MC and Can-Am.

This year’s 15-week television package on NBC Sports Network begins this weekend, April 14 and runs through November. NBC Sports Network will air 13 episodes of GNCC Racing, as well as an additional two episodes of ATV Motocross Nationals.

Charlotte, N.C. (October 30, 2012) – Robby Gordon’s Stadium Super Truck Series announced Monday that effective immediately, Jason Markham will lead the efforts for the newly formed SST productions which will hold offices in both Los Angeles, Calif., and Charlotte, N.C.

Markham, will oversee the development of SST Productions along with the in house production/post-production, editing, and distribution of each of the 12 events and additional programming to NBC Sports Group.

“It’s a real honor, to have Jason come on board as our director of productions,” said SST President Robby Gordon. “He brings the amount of experience needed to round out the entire circle, where we not only have races, race trucks, and television, but now the production side of things.”

MORGANTOWN, W.Va. (August 30, 2012) – After serving as title sponsor of the Hangtown and High Point rounds earlier this season, MX Sports Pro Racing and Alli Sports, a division of NBC Sports, announce that FMF Racing will serve the same role for this weekend’s penultimate round of the 2012 Lucas Oil Pro Motocross Championship, sanctioned by AMA Pro Racing. This Saturday’s Labor Day Weekend tradition in Delmont, Pa., will be officially known as the FMF Steel City National.

Steel City Raceway has been hosting the world’s best riders since 1989, and this weekend the stars of the sport will converge on the facility to continue their season-long battle for supremacy.

RacerTV captures the opening round of the 2012 Can-Am Grand National Cross Country Series where defending champion Charlie Mullins and former ’09 champ Paul Whibley literally race themselves into sheer exhaustion in the final minutes of an intense 3-hour battle through the whooped-out sandy woods of the Westgate River Ranch Resort. Watch as the fastest off-road motorcycle racers in the world kick off an exciting season of GNCC Racing in southern Florida!

Watch this event Sunday at 4:30 p.m. Eastern on NBC Sports Network.



MORGANTOWN, W.Va. – MX Sports Pro Racing and Alli Sports, a division of the NBC Sports Group, announced today that Lucas Oil will continue its commitment to the sport of motocross as title sponsor of the Pro Motocross Championship with a multi-year deal. The 2012 season of the Lucas Oil Pro Motocross Championship, sanctioned by AMA Pro Racing, will kick off in May from Hangtown, in Sacramento, Calif., with a 17-week, 12-round series spanning the United States.

Since emerging on the motocross landscape in 2009, Lucas Oil has quickly become an integral partner and driving force in the growth of the series and the sport. In three short years, the Lucas Oil Pro Motocross Championship has generated its largest audiences to date – onsite, online and on-air. The growth has been fueled by the strategic partnership between MX Sports Pro Racing and Alli Sports, providing an unparalleled broadcast platform. With television broadcasts produced by Lucas Oil’s production arm, the world-class shows have reached a greater audience year-after-year. For the 2012 season, that trend will continue, generating an even greater reach with over 58 hours of original race programming airing across NBC and NBC Sports Network, including 10 hours of live racing.

“The decision to renew our commitment to the Pro Motocross Championship was fairly easy to make,” said Lucas Oil Executive Vice President Bob Patison. “Lucas Oil has seen significant growth in its motorcycle product category over the last three years, and we believe the nationals have played an important role in fueling this growth. MX Sports Pro Racing and Alli Sports have proven to be good marketing partners and we look forward to continuing on with this relationship.”

“Lucas Oil believes in this championship more than ever and they are showing it by extending their support and adding even more resources to the nationals,” added Davey Coombs, President of MX Sports Pro Racing. “The marketing expertise and brand recognition they bring to our series has helped us make great strides these past three seasons, with 2012 and beyond shaping up to be an even more exciting era for the Lucas Oil Pro Motocross Championship.”

Coinciding with Lucas Oil’s multi-year extension, Alli Sports and MX Sports are presenting a larger series rebranding effort, which includes new and updated series logos, and overall look. The new initiative will be seen throughout the entire season – at the races, on the web, and on-air.

“We’re excited to kick off Lucas Oil’s renewal with a new look that will excite the fans as we work together to bring the series and the Pro Motocross Championships experience to a wider audience,” said Mark Carter, GM Motocross, Alli Sports. “Lucas Oil has been a tremendous partner, and we’re looking forward to continue working together in the coming years as we build on the growth the series has seen since they came on the scene three years ago.”

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MX Sports Pro Racing and Alli, the Alliance of Action Sports announce today the 2011 Lucas Oil AMA Pro Motocross Championship will enjoy exclusive coverage across NBC Sports, SPEED and FUEL TV, with 60 hours of original programming, including 28 hours of live coverage. The domestic broadcasts will reach more than 120 million viewers across the three networks.

NBC Sports’ coverage is spread over three months, including a pair of live broadcasts. NBC’s third season of Motocross broadcasts begin with the Rockstar Energy High Point National June 12, continuing with the Rockstar Energy RedBud National on July 2 and the Rockstar Energy Unadilla National on August 13.

As a longtime supporter of the Lucas Oil AMA Pro Motocross Championship, SPEED will once again carry significant coverage for 2011 with 21 hours of programming. The network will showcase every final moto of the 250 Class Championship, in addition to two live broadcasts of the Peterson CAT Washougal National on July 23, and the season-ending Pala Motocross National on September 10.