Following the success of last year’s Michelin MX Nationals live stream service powered by the British Motocross Championship from Milwaukee, the MX Nationals team is pleased to announce that the 2022 championship will once again be broadcast for free on the new YouTube channel MXN-TV.
MXN-TV successfully launched in February with the Hawkstone International broadcast live on the new off-road motorcycle media platform to great acclaim, with nearly 140,000 views just 24 hours after the event. MXN-TV will cover all six rounds of the Milwaukee-powered Michelin MX Nationals with uninterrupted live coverage from 9.30am UK time of Sunday’s full race schedule, starting this weekend during the first round of the championship at FatCat Moto Park. Viewers will be able to watch two motorcycles each of the following classes;
- Lyfelinez ‘Fastest 40’ incorporating the Leatt Elite MX1 and Apico Elite MX2
- Expert RFX MX1/MX2
- Motivate Amateur MX1/MX2
- Worx Financial Clubman MX1
- Clubman MX2 Motorcycle Connection
- Seven MXY 125/250
- Syntol Open 85 lubricants
There will also be a new live studio show. [email protected] will be shown on MXN-TV at 7pm UK time on Saturday evening direct from the race venue with hosts Jeff Perrett and Callum Swan chatting with riders, team managers, mechanics and industry personnel involved in the championship. After the event, MXN-TV will break down each race in each class into smaller edits so that riders and their sponsors can easily get back to the action the following week and find the race they’re looking for.
Jeff Perrett – MXN-TV
“We look forward to broadcasting the events live again, this time on a new platform from MXN-TV. This is a new project that we want to expand to cover races and events other than National MX Championships, as we have done for Hawkstone International. This has proven to us that there are events in the UK that warrant live streaming as the numbers have clearly shown so we are working on future projects with this but we will also be adding more content to the channel other than live stream events in the future. We have some new ideas with the live stream for the National MX Championships that we plan to introduce this weekend, so hopefully it adds something more to get the viewer engaged with the sport. We look forward to covering the championship all year and on a personal level I’m delighted to call all the action because, as last year proved, there are some impressive races across all classes, so we are happy to be able to bring that into homes or wherever people are in the world. Of course, this is also great for all championship partners. We’re ready to jump in this weekend and showcase one of the most exciting sports on the planet.
You can tune in to watch the Michelin MX Nationals on MXN-TV’s YouTube as well as their Facebook page and the various MX Nationals partner Facebook pages.
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