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PWC Announces Expanded Global TV Coverage

PWC announces expanded global TV coverage for 2016…

Photo: PWC

Photo: PWC

WC Vision today announced a new expanded television reach with its 2016 Pirelli World Challenge telecasts, as over 700 million global households now have the opportunity to view North America’s top GT production series.

Through the Greenlight International weekly motorsport programming, the worldwide distribution now includes all seven continents with a variety of network partners such as ESPN International, ESPN2, ESPN Dos, TEN Sports, Fox Sports International, Fox Sports 2, Sky Sports, Star Sports in China and India, Tru Visions and Al Jazeera/Bein Sports.

The international broadcasts of the Pirelli World Challenge will be televised through several popular motorsports programming venues including Plant Speed, Motorsport Mundial and Max Power.

In the U.S., the Pirelli World Challenge will continue to be broadcast on CBS Sports Network and MotorTrend On Demand. The PWC website also broadcasts live streaming of the series’ events throughout 2016.

“For the past year, we have been working with our international license partner, Greenlight International, to develop our worldwide reach for the Pirelli World Challenge,” said Greg Gill, WC Vision President and CEO.

“Today, I am pleased to announce the first of the programming has been established and racing fans around the world can choose to view our world-class racing either online or via traditional TV broadcasts.

“It is very exciting for our fans, sponsors and racing teams. When you add this reach to our industry leading sole channel coverage on CBS Sports and MotorTrend on Demand, we have a viewership package that is both targeted and global.”

The upcoming events for the Pirelli World Challenge are set for the Canadian Tire Motorsport Park in Bowmanville, Ont., Canada May 19-22 followed the next week (May 27-28) at Lime Rock Park in Lakeville, Conn. All seven PWC racing divisions will compete on both weekends in May.

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