Sports car racing fans in Canada will get their dose of the TUDOR United SportsCar Championship once again, with the newly launched FOX Sports Racing channel.
The network, formerly known as SPEED International, will cover TUDOR Championship races as well as a variety of other motorsports programming that’s broadcast on FOX Sports 1 and FOX Sports 2 in the U.S.
“We’ve put the power and influence of the FOX Sports brand behind our commitment to motor sports,” said Eric Shanks, President & COO/Executive Producer of FOX Sports.
“With highly anticipated NASCAR and MotoGP seasons about to get underway, and several other popular series up and running, FOX Sports Racing is now the hub for a vast and diverse community of passionate race fans.”
On Friday, FOX Sports Racing premiered on Rogers in Canada and will also be available to pay-TV subscribers in the Caribbean.
A total of 785 events and nearly 900 hours of competition programming is planned this year on the network.