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TV Guide: GP of Americas

CHARLOTTE (United States of America), 03 September 2016 – The penultimate round of the FIM Motocross World Championship is going to be unreal with the best of America lining up to take on the best of MXGP and MX2 at the impressive Dirt Track at Charlotte Motor Speedway, in Charlotte, North Carolina, America.

Honda Gariboldi’s Tim Gajser and Red Bull KTM Factory Racing’s Jeffrey Herlings both have one hand on the gold plate in their respective classes. Both riders are likely to wrap it up this weekend, although it won’t be a walk in the park with the likes of Monster Energy Kawasaki’s Eli Tomac and Auto Trader Monster Energy Yamaha JGRMX’s Justin Barcia adding to the usual suspects Red Bull KTM Factory Racing’s Antonio Cairoli and Monster Energy Yamaha Factory Racing’s Romain Febvre, to name a couple, in the MXGP class, while Herlings’ is likely to have his hands full with Yamalube Star Racing Yamaha’s North Carolina native Cooper Webb and Monster Energy Kawasaki’s duo of Adam Cianciarulo and Austin Forkner.

Because Herlings is on the cusp of claiming his third FIM MX2 World Championship title, highly acclaimed Dutch television networks NOS and Omroep Brabant will be following the Monster Energy MXGP of America’s closely so that they can provide the Dutch fans with some feature footage celebrating his victory. As for the US fans who are eager to see how the Americans with fair against the Europeans, you can watch the Monster Energy MXGP of America’s on CBS Sports Network.

Check the guides below to find out where you can watch the MXGP of America’s, otherwise, tune into www.mxgp-tv.com where you can SAVE 70% on a season pass, which will give you access to watch both days of the FIM Motocross World Championships and the European Championships, LIVE and OnDemand. It will also allow you to watch the Monster Energy FIM Motocross of Nations and the Monster Energy SMX Riders’ cup LIVE.

Don’t miss any motocross action this year! Sign up to www.mxgp-tv.com today.

Due to the change in timetable, there will be no qualifying races today, only Free Practice and Timed Practice, and then straight into the main events. The Timed Practice sessions will be LIVE on www.mxgp-tv.com at 14:30 and 15:15 EST.


Europe

Eurosport 2

Sunday 04 September – MX2 Race 2 – 12:00 CET – Delayed

Sunday 04 September – MXGP Race 2 – 13:00 CET – Delayed

Wednesday 7 September – 10:30 CET – Behind the Gate 26mn magazine

Motors TV

Sunday 04 September – MX2 Race 1 – 12:30 – CET – Delayed

Sunday 04 September – MXGP Race 1 – 13:30 CET – Delayed

Sunday 04 September – MX2 Race 2 – 14:30 CET – Live

Sunday 04 September – MXGP Race 2 – 15:30 CET – Live


Belgium 

Play Sports

Sunday 04 September  – MXGP Race 1 – 00:00 CET – Live

Sunday 04 September  – MXGP Race 2 – 03:00 CET – Live

VRT – SPORZA

Sunday 04 September – 15mn report


Bulgaria

BNT

Sunday 04 September  – MXGP Race 1 – 00:00 CET – Live

Sunday 04 September  – MXGP Race 2 – 03:00 CET – Live


France

Eurosport 2

Sunday 04 September – MX2 Race 2 – 12:00 CET – Delayed

Sunday 04 September – MXGP Race 2 – 13:00 CET – Delayed

Wednesday 7 September – 10:30 CET – Behind the Gate 26mn magazine

Motors TV

Sunday 04 September – MX2 Race 1 – 12:30 – CET – Delayed

Sunday 04 September – MXGP Race 1 – 13:30 CET – Delayed

Sunday 04 September – MX2 Race 2 – 14:30 CET – Delayed

Sunday 04 September – MXGP Race 2 – 15:30 CET – Delayed

L’EQUIPE 21

Friday 9 September – MX2 Race 2 – 20:45 CET –  Delayed

Friday 9 September – MXGP Race 2 – 21:45 CET –  Delayed


Italy 

Premium Sports 2

Saturday 03 September – MX2 Race 1 – 23:00 – CET – Live

Sunday 04 September – MXGP Race 1 – 00:00 CET – Live

Sunday 04 September – MX2 Race 2 – 02:00 CET – Live

Sunday 04 September – MXGP Race 2 – 03:00 CET – Live

Italia 2

Sunday 04 August   – MXGP Race 1 & Race 2 – 23:45 CET – Delayed


Slovenia 

Sport TV

Saturday 03 September – MX2 Race 1 – 23:00 – CET –  Live

Sunday 04 September – MXGP Race 1 – 00:00 CET –  Live

Sunday 04 September – MX2 Race 2 – 02:00 CET –  Live

Sunday 04 September – MXGP Race 2 – 03:00 CET – Live


Brazil 

Bandsports

Sunday 28 August – MXGP Race 1 – 00:00 CET – Live

Sunday 28 August – MXGP Race 2 – 03:00 CET – Live


USA/Canada

CBS Sports Network

Sunday 04 September  – MX2 Race 2 – 04.00 pm EST (01.00 pm PST)

Sunday 04 September  – MXGP Race 2 – 05.00 pm EST (02:00 pm PST)


Middle East/Africa

BeIn Sports

Saturday 03 September   – MX2 Race 1 – 23:00 – CET – Live

Sunday 04 September  – MXGP Race 1 – 00:00 CET – Live

Sunday 04 September   – MX2 Race 2 – 02:00 CET – Live

Sunday 04 Septemeber  – MXGP Race 2 – 03:00 CET – Live


Asia

FOX SPORTS 3

Sunday 04 September – MXGP Race 1 – 05:00 HKT – Live

Sunday 04 September – MXGP Race 2 – 08:00 HKT – Live


China

FOX China

Sunday 04 September – MXGP Race 1 – 05:00 HKT – Live

Sunday 04 September – MXGP Race 2 – 08:00 HKT – Live


Thailand 

TRUE VISION

Saturday 03 September – MX2 Race 1 – 23:00 – CET –  Live

Sunday 04 September – MXGP Race 1 – 00:00 CET –  Live

Sunday 04 September – MX2 Race 2 – 02:00 CET –  Live

Sunday 04 September – MXGP Race 2 – 03:00 CET – Live


MXGP will be available across the board in high definition and is also globally available to view live and in HD on MXGP-TV.com. Click here for the complete list of countries and cooperating MXGP broadcasting networks.

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