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Watch the Daytona 200 & Other AMA Events Live on FansChoice.tv

Watch the Daytona 200 & Other AMA Events Live on FansChoice.tv
Jake Zemke leads the 2013 Daytona 200 aboard the Desmo Veloce Ducati 848EVO

2014 AMA Pro Road Racing on FansChoice.tv

With not broadcast companies scheduled to air AMA Pro Racing events such as AMA SuperBike and Pro Flat Track, many stateside motorcycle-racing fans are missing out. Big time.

But something is about to change this – FansChoice.tv, a new digital platform that will stream many AMA Pro Racing events live.

FansChoice.tv, which was launched through a collaborated effort from AMA Pro Racing, IMSA and NASCAR, will begin streaming events this weekend. The first will be the AMA Pro Flat Track race Thursday from Daytona International Speedway.

This will be followed by live coverage of AMA Pro Road Racing divisions – AMA SuperBike, AMA Daytona SportBike, AMA SuperSport, Vance & Hines Harley-Davidson Series – Friday, and will conclude with the running of the Daytona 200 at 1 p.m. Saturday.

Future AMA Pro Racing events are in the works, AMA Pro Racing reports.

AMA Pro Racing says FansChoice.tv will also enhance fans’ viewing
experiences at the track with the ability to watch multiple cameras on their tablet or mobile device, and access archived broadcasts on demand.

“This is a great opportunity to bring all the action from the track right to the fans,” said Michael Gentry, chief operating officer for AMA Pro Racing. “FansChoice.tv is a revolutionary platform that gives race fans all over the world unprecedented access to watch their favorite series wherever we race. This is fantastic news for all of our AMA Pro Road Racing and AMA Pro Flat Track fans.”

FansChoice.tv will be the official home for AMA Pro Road Racing and AMA Pro Flat Track events in 2014. The site also will provide coverage of selected IMSA and NASCAR’s touring and weekly series events.

About FansChoice.tv

FansChoice.tv is a free site that puts fans in the director’s chair, allowing them to choose from multiple viewpoints alongside Live Timing & Scoring data and audio commentary from the track’s PA system. During selected AMA Pro events, produced streaming coverage of race sessions will be offered as an added bonus to the fans.

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  • Michael R Moore

    I’m so glad someone is thinking about us 2wheel racers. I sure hope this format works !!

  • http://www.unodesign.ca Jean Huneault

    Thank you for broadcasting these races

    • http://www.unodesign.ca Jean Huneault

      I am very happy to see that you are able to broadcast these races for us

  • john

    this is the worst thing ama has ever done . we can not watch the races in eastern canada. You can’t afford to lose anymore people . you are i believe fan based organization . you lost alot today

    • Neil LaChance

      I agree, this blows….but at least there is a way to watch it..? I was super pissed off when I found out it was not going to be on TV…No wonder the Europeans are kicking our A$$ in MOTO GP.

  • Gary Krause

    I cannot believe the 200 was not on TV! WTF? A race that goes back to the time when they raced on the beach just as the cars did – not to have TV coverage is just lame!! Lucky that FanChoice.Tv did on line coverage! Fan Choice also covered the Flat Track race and it looks like they will be covering many race thru out 2024! Just no respect from TV for such a great motorcycle racing history!!

  • http://Aol J peter

    Great

  • Jay Petersen

    Thank you for broadcasting stations for us JP

  • Ken Thompson

    Why are we Americans so lame about moto racing? Been riding for 40 years and have been through good times and bad, but this is the worst. There just isn’t enough interest to warrant coverage. No interest, no money. No money, no TV. We are a Nascar country and like to race around in circles. I’m moving to England!! Cheers!

  • https://ultimatemotorcycling.com David Bass

    Is there a link to the races somewhere?