In exciting news for Supercross fans, organisers of round two of the 2015 Australian Supercross Championship have partnered with the crew from NRGTV to confirm this Saturday’s (October 17) GoPro-sponsored Supercross at Jimboomba X Stadium will be broadcast on NRGTV.
This follows the successful trial of the NRGTV service at last weekend’s opening round of the 2015 Australian Supercross Championship at Bathurst, NSW.
Fans will now be able to take in all the action of the Heats and Finals racing at the Jimboomba, Queensland, Championship round by viewing the Livestream or On-Demand broadcasts available on the www.nrgtv.com.au web site.
Further, the broadcast will also be taken by America’s www.racertv.com web site, giving round two of the 2015 Australian Supercross Championship a truly global audience.
“Working with the team from NRGTV is another piece of the package to make the Jimboomba Supercross an event to remember, not just for the fans at the track on the night, but for fans right around Australia, and right around the world,” enthuses Scott Bannan, promoter of the Jimboomba X Stadium round of the Australian Supercross Championship.
“Live coverage that is free to view online via the NRGTV web site will be a massive boost for our event, not just for the riders on the night and the sponsors of the Jimboomba round of the Championship, but the sport as a whole.”
The Livestream broadcast kicks off from 7pm Australian Eastern Daylight Saving Time and will include all Championship races, from the opening Heats right through to the all-important Finals.
“We’re rapt to get the green light to take the 2015 Australian Supercross Championship action to fans everywhere,” enthuses NRGTV Producer Aiden Williams.
“We’ll be following the action at Jimboomba X Stadium with a five camera crew, so we should have all the angles covered.
“The broadcast will start with a 30 minute Panel show detailing all the latest Supercross news and behind-the-scenes happenings, then we will be going live with all the evening’s Australian Supercross Championship racing.
“For NRGTV this a fabulous opportunity to continue all the work we’ve done with broadcasting the MX Nationals this year and only further extend the reach of Australian motorcycle sport to fans all around the world.”
With GoPro the major sponsor of the Jimboomba round of the 2015 Australian Supercross Championship, it is only fitting that a feature of the NRGTV broadcast will see a lead rider fitted with a GoPro camera to take the audience on an exclusive rider’s-eye-view lap of the spectacular USA-style Jimboomba X Stadium race track.
To enjoy the Livestream or On-Demand broadcasts of round two of the 2015 Australian Supercross Championship at Jimboomba X Stadium, head to the www.nrgtv.com.au web site and follow the links to the event’s dedicated Livestream page: