AMA Motocross live TV from Budds Creek
World renowned Budds Creek MX Park will serve as the site of round 10 of the 2009 Lucas Oil AMA Pro Motocross Championship this Saturday in addition to being the final event of the three-race Monster Energy Triple Crown of Motocross. NBC will showcase the action with exclusive live coverage of the final 450 Class moto as Rockstar/Makita/Suzuki’s Chad Reed looks to wrap up his first career AMA Pro Motocross title.
Jason Weigandt and motocross legend David Bailey will lead the way in the booth with the play-by-play and color commentary while Jamie Bestwick and Tiffany Simons take care of the pit reporting for the millions of fans watching at home.
Additionally, the first motos of the 450 and 250 classes will stream on www.allisports.com via a live video feed while second motos will be available through an audio feed. The first races kick off at 1 p.m. ET.
Worldwide times for internet viewing, based on the 1 p.m. USA (EST) local start time are as follows:
USA Eastern Standard Time – EST (New York): 1 p.m.
USA Pacific Standard Time – PST (San Francisco, LA, Portland): 10 a.m.
USA Mountain Standard Time – MST (Denver): 11 a.m.
USA Central Standard Time – CST (Minneapolis, Dallas): 12 noon
Brazil: 2 p.m.
United Kingdom (London): 6 p.m.
Europe (Brussels, Paris, Monaco Milan): 7 p.m.
South Africa (Cape Town): 7 p.m.
Iraq (Baghdad): 8 p.m.
Afghanistan (Kabul): 9:30 a.m. (Sunday)
West Coast Australia (Perth): 1 a.m. (Sunday)
Japan (Tokyo): 2 a.m. (Sunday)
East Coast Australia (Sydney): 3 a.m. (Sunday)
New Zealand (Auckland): 5 a.m. (Sunday)