Supercross Television TV info – updated April 10

Published April 10th, 2006

April 10th update below





Houston

04-11-06 – 12PM EST on SPEED



Irving

04-23-06 – 6PM EST on SPEED



Irving

04-25-06 – 1PM EST on SPEED



Irving

04-29-06 – 6PM EST on SPEED



Seattle

04-30-06 – 12PM EST on CBS



Irving

05-02-06 – 12PM EST on SPEED



Seattle

05-06-06 – 7PM EST on SPEED



Seattle

05-06-06 – 7PM EST on SPEED





Update April 10th, 2006





AURORA, Ill. (April 10 , 2006) – SPEED, in its first year broadcasting
the Amp’d Mobil World Supercross GP/Amp’d Mobile AMA Supercross Series,
will go LIVE from Sam Boyd Stadium in Las Vegas on May 6 at 10 p.m. ET
with its coverage of the final races of the Supercross and Supercross
Lites seasons.



“What a great way to finish our first year of coverage,” said Rick
Miner, SPEED SVP of Programming/Production. “The entire SPEED team was
thrilled to hear supercross was coming to the network, and this is a
great way to demonstrate our commitment to developing the best
television coverage the sport has ever seen.”



SPEED will cover 10 races over 3.5 hours, including the Amp’d Mobil
World Supercross GP, Amp’d Mobile AMA Supercross Series and both
divisions of the Amp’d Mobile AMA Supercross Lites in an East-West
Shootout.



A look at the race lineup:



Supercross:



Two heats (top four advance to the main)

Two semi-features (top five advance to the main)

One last-chance qualifier (top two advances to the main)

One main event (20 laps, 20 riders)



Supercross Lites:



Two heats (top nine advance to main)

One last-chance qualifier (top four advance to main)

One main event (15 laps, 22 riders)



“We are ecstatic that we, along with our great partners at SPEED can
announce today that the final round of a tremendous supercross season
will air live on SPEED,” said Ken Hudgens, vice president of television
and marketing, Amp’d Mobile Supercross. “We have seen since day one a
commitment to the sport from SPEED we have never seen in our history.
This puts an exclamation point on the best television package a
supercross season has ever seen.”



The SPEED broadcast team will include Ralph Sheheen, 1990 Supercross
Lites East Champion Denny Stephenson, Krista Voda and Greg White.



SPEED, celebrating its 10th Anniversary in 2006, is the nation’s first
and foremost cable network dedicated to motor sports and the passion
for everything automotive. From racing to restoration, motorcycles to
movies, SPEED delivers quality programming from the track to the
garage. Now available in more than 71 million homes in North America,
SPEED is among the fastest growing sports cable networks in the country
and an industry leader in interactive TV, video on-demand, mobile
initiatives and broadband services.





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