MotoAmerica, Every race live from anywhere in the world thanks to Live+

The agreement between MotoAmerica and ViewLift provides a package you can use on your smartphone, TV or computer. Pre-sale price just $49.95


Thanks to the close collaboration with ViewLift, MotoAmerica is pleased to announce the final piece of its most comprehensive television and digital programming package to date.

Six to eight hours of live daily coverage of all five classes during the 2019 MotoAmerica season for anyone with a computer, smart TV or smartphone will be able to take advantage of the paid package, no matter where they are. In fact, the great thing about the deal is that all the action of Beaubier, Elias & Company on the track will be visible, not just for those who live in the States, but for everyone! Live in Helsinki? Fine, check out Garrett Gerloff’s wheelie. On vacation in Kenya? No problem. You can still watch Josh Herrin drifting around every turn.

The MotoAmerica Live+ package will feature live coverage each day, including practice, qualifying and racing from every class, plus interviews, special features, etc., from all 10 rounds on the 2019 calendar. 

MotoAmerica Live+ subscriptions will soon be available at a pre-sale price of $49.95. After the initial pre-sale period, a season pass will be available for $69.95. A six-month subscription (April through September) will also be available for $13.25 a month and single-event (weekend) packages will be available for $9.95. More details will follow in the coming weeks.

As you can imagine, Wayne Rainey is thrilled: "We’ve been hearing from our fans for a while now - the series number one man said - They said that they wanted a subscription-based service where they can watch our races on their computers or other devices. And now they can. This will allow MotoAmerica fans all over the world to watch all of our action live. It’s a real game-changer for MotoAmerica, its sponsors, teams, riders and fans."

ViewLift’s president is also rather pleased: "We are happy to support MotoAmerica in their growth objectives by providing them the platforms, tools, and analytics to grow their audience and optimize their strategies" Manik Bambha said.

Plus, welcome aboard, Dylan Gray. The former MotoGP analyst will be hosting the action and features on Live+: "I am very excited to be joining the MotoAmerica Series for what looks to be a great season both on and off the track - Gray said - I cannot wait to get to know the paddock and work alongside a few familiar faces from the past. I look forward to being part of an exciting new TV and digital package that will hopefully encourage fans to watch the stars of today and tomorrow."

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Translated by Jonathan Blosser

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