MAVTV and MAVTV Plus Streaming are the 2022 home for Lucas Oil Pro Motocross

The following press release from MX Sports Pro Racing (a sister company of Racer X) gives full details on the 2022 Lucas Oil Pro Motocross Championship TV and Internet Broadcast Package. At a glance, you should know this: MAVTV will resume showing all four motos live each weekend, with the exception of NBC providing live network coverage of three 450 races (Thunder Valley, Southwick, RedBud).

Streaming can be done with MAVTV Plus. New subscribers to MAVTV Plus Choose from two plans for the most dynamic live and on-demand motorsports streaming service available – annual ($99) or monthly ($6.99) – with an exclusive $10 discount now available for Pro Motocross fans using the code PROMX10.

Here is the full press release with all the info.

MORGANTOWN, W.Va. (May 11, 2022) – With the series’ first 50th anniversary drop just weeks away, MX Sports Pro Racing has introduced a historic milestone for the Lucas Oil Pro Motocross Championshipsanctioned by AMA Pro Racing, detailing a full live stream schedule for the coming season. For the first time ever, every bike from every round of the 450 and 250 classes will be showcased live nationally via TV broadcasts on MAVTV Motorsports Network and NBC television network. In addition, the subscription service MAV TV Plus The streaming platform will expand the reach of American motocross and bring the world’s most prestigious off-road motorcycle races to enthusiastic international audiences, with live and on-demand coverage of all 48 motos of the 2022 season with a access in over 22 countries via smart TVs, streaming players and any mobile device.

“Anticipation surrounding the 50th anniversary of the Lucas Oil Pro Motocross Championship is at an all-time high following recent announcements that Antonio Cairoli will make his long-awaited debut here in the United States and Ryan Dungey will make a surprise return to the starting gate, without talk about the buzz surrounding our international champions in Dylan Ferrandis and Jett Lawrence, as well as a return to form for riders like Eli Tomac and Jason Anderson,” exclaimed Davey Coombs, President of MX Sports Pro Racing. we have the most accessible and comprehensive broadcast package in history to complement the excitement on the circuit with top-to-bottom live coverage that will allow our fans, almost anywhere in the world, to watch the action unfold.

“It took a lot of hard work and patience to give our US-based fans the coverage they deserve, but now is the time. We are delighted to know that Ferrandis supporters in France will be able to watch their compatriot continue the story to become France’s first multiple champion, and the same can be said for anyone in Australia who wants to be part of the next chapter. of Lawrence’s superstar trajectory on sport’s biggest stage. On top of that, we are honored to welcome the enthusiasts to Italy, who are particularly discerning spectators of motorcycle racing, as they encourage Cairoli’s American journey and the extension of his iconic career.

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