There should be a flash banner here. There are 2 main reasons why you may not be able to see it:
  • You do not have the required version of Flash MX installed (v8.0+) in your browser
  • JavaScript is disabled in your browser

Motors TV UK Gets Live FIA GT Series Coverage
 
Motors TV UK has added live coverage of the 2013 FIA GT Series to its growing portfolio of top endurance and GT racing action.

Each race weekend will see Motors TV viewers treated to a pair of 60-minute races featuring a stunning line-up of GT machinery that includes sportscar heavyweights Aston Martin, BMW, Lamborghini, McLaren, Audi, Ferrari and Porsche.

Meanwhile the Blancpain Endurance Series returns to Motors TV for the coming season having called the channel home since its inception in 2011.

But the championship’s undoubted highlight remains the 24 Hours of Spa in Belgium, which is set to receive extensive live coverage on the High Speed Television Channel.

Stéphane Ratel, SRO Motorsports Group CEO and Chairman:

“We are delighted that Motors TV will continue to cover both the new-look FIA GT Series and the Blancpain Endurance Series in 2013. The accessible and widespread coverage of the Motors TV channel perfectly encapsulates the passion and enthusiasm that GT racing attracts. This season will be among the best ever for fans because of the variety of the GT brands and the multi-class format that will feature in both series. The 2013 FIA GT Series and Blancpain Endurance Series will definitely see the best GT racing on the planet in 2013 and we aim to get as many fans as possible to see the action.”

Frederic Viger, Motors TV Head of Programming and Acquisitions:

“GT and sportscar racing have been a major part of Motors TV’s programming since the channel’s earliest days so we’re understandably very proud to continue and even further extend our partnership with SRO. The Blancpain Endurance Series is much loved by our viewers and I’m very confident the FIA GT Series will become a firm favourite, especially as the weekend’s two races will be a shorter sprint format better suited to casual fans.”