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Moto1 Television Coverage Confirmed
 
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Moto1 Television Coverage Confirmed - September 7th 2004

    The exciting Moto1 event at Donington Park on October 30-31 has captured the imagination of SKY Sports and an agreement has been made for five hours of coverage.

    SKY Sports will broadcast a one-hour review show of Moto1 on the following dates:

  1. Wednesday November 17, 17.00hrs - SKY Sports 3
  2. Wednesday November 17, 20.00hrs - SKY Sports 2
  3. Wednesday November 17, 23.00hrs - SKY Sports Extra
  4. Thursday November 18, 11.30hrs - SKY Sports 2
  5. Thursday November 18, 16.00hrs - SKY Sports 2
  6. Moto1 Chairman Peter Duke commented: 'I am delighted with this commitment from SKY. A total of five broadcasts and at prime times certainly illustrates SKY's interest in the event.

    'From the talks I have had it is obvious that SKY truly believe in the Moto1 concept, are taking it very seriously and expect a lot of public interest.'

    SKY Sports has a strong relationship with motorcycle sport, bringing the World Superbike Championship to the nation's attention in the mid 1990s and currently offering extensive coverage of the British Superbike Championship and Speedway's SkyBet Elite League matches.

    Moto1 involves 24 of Britain's leading motorcycle sportsmen doing battle during a hectic two days of competition over four disciplines; road racing, motocross, supermoto and trials.

    Moto1 will run from 9am to 4.30pm each day. Additional attractions include the final round of the World Stunt Riding championship, a World Long Jump record attempt, freestyle motocross demonstrations, youth trials and motocross, a National Supermoto, two days of road races, a Classic Parade, the 'world famous' Purple Helmets and an extensive trade exhibition.

    Moto1 Managing Director Robbie Allan added: 'The television coverage has been paramount to our Moto1 plans and itıs fantastic news that we now have an agreement in place with SKY.'

    The Moto1 website has full details of all advance ticket offers at www.moto1.org"