NBC Sports To Televise 18 Flat Track Races Throughout This Summer And Fall.

“Pro flat track is the one of the world’s most intense forms of motorcycle racing, but the incredible racing is just the tip of the iceberg,” said Michael Lock, CEO of American Flat Track. “The story of American Flat Track is rich with history and the sport has personalities that are true American heroes. Over the coming weeks, we look forward to introducing a new generation of fans to America’s original extreme sport.”

All 18 races on the 2017 American Flat Track schedule will be televised on NBCSN in a series of weekly primetime telecasts The network announced today the premiere airdates for the 18 one-hour shows, beginning with coverage of the season-opening Harley-Davidson DAYTONA TT presented by Politis and Matovina at Daytona International Speedway on Monday, July 3, at 11 p.m. ET/8 p.m. PT.

NBCSN’s American Flat Track television schedule is as follows:

Play-by-play announcer Jason Weigandt is the resident expert for motorcycle racing at NBC Sports and brings a depth of knowledge and personality to the shows. Joining Weigandt in the booth is veteran Superbike racer and multi-time American Flat Track race winner Larry Pegram. Rounding out the team is Heather DeBeaux, who enters her second season as pit reporter for American Flat Track. No stranger to dirt track racing, DeBeaux has also covered the NASCAR K&N Pro Series for NBC Sports.
 
In addition to the 18 primetime premieres, NBCSN will present weekday encore telecasts of each one-hour show.  Fans Choice TV,  a cornerstone of American Flat Track’s digital strategy, will continue provide live streaming coverage for every round of the 2017 season, and NBC Sports.com and the NBC Sports app will provide streaming coverage alongside NBCSN’s premiere telecasts.

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7 Responses to “NBC Sports To Televise 18 Flat Track Races Throughout This Summer And Fall.”


  1. 1 Racetrack Style Jul 5th, 2017 at 1:05 am

    AWESOME!

  2. 2 GrowUp Jul 5th, 2017 at 8:13 am

    I tried watching the first installment . The coverage is less than infantile and the racing is a snooze fest . Two thumbs down .

  3. 3 Skeeter Jul 5th, 2017 at 9:09 am

    Nothing watching a race after you know the results. Maybe show it live, or the same week as the race? The coverage was not good.

  4. 4 Joe Jul 5th, 2017 at 9:36 am

    Indian had some guys in Switzlerland build them a race bike. So much for an “American sport”. This years racing is a snooze-fest.

  5. 5 Willyd Jul 6th, 2017 at 8:43 am

    The announcers are less than good, but at least they don’t have some British accent sounding person that you can’t understand babbling into the microphone. Why in the world does the ama, Lucas oil series motocross have a British announcer for a series that is strictly held in the USA?? Moto gp is even worse. Can’t understand a word of it, with the British announcer talking a mile a minute and screaming the whole time.

  6. 6 kent Jul 6th, 2017 at 2:22 pm

    India built a racing bike for Harley, oh’ wait they build all of their bikes!

  7. 7 Hillbilly Jim Jul 7th, 2017 at 10:03 am

    Y’all would complain if they hung ya with a new rope!

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