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TheMotorsportArchive.com connects with Motors TV

March 9, 2012

© Motors TV.

For the upcoming 2012 season, The Motorsport Archive is proud to announce that it will be publishing British Formula 3 material for Motors TV.

The first piece, a round up of the opening pre-season test, can be found at the following address – Jaafar and Sainz Jr head opening British Formula 3 test.

Following in the footsteps of its French equivalent, which launched in September of 2000, the British arm of Motors TV began broadcasting in March 2001, showcasing an extensive range of national and international racing series featuring cars, motorbikes, boats and aircraft.
Its premier championships include the World Rally Championship, NASCAR Nationwide Series, Grand-Am, V8 Supercars, British Formula Three and a host of FIM-sanctioned motorcycle competitions.
It is broadcast 24 hours a day, 7 days a week on Sky Digital channel 413 and can be found on the web at MotorsTV.com.

TheMotorsportArchive.com is a blog dedicated to providing exclusive trackside coverage of UK and European based motor racing events. In 2011, TheMotorsportArchive.com began covering the Cooper Tyres British Formula 3 Series from numerous venues around the United Kingdom and Europe.
In 2012, trackside coverage of motor racing events is set to continue, with an extra focus on endurance racing as TheMotorsportArchive.com adds the Avon Tyres British GT Championship and the Blancpain Endurance Series to its growing roster.

2 Comments
  1. Sounds like a great year is planned, nice work on the tie-in. 🙂

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