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No TV for AMA Pro Road Racing, But Live Stream for Events

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So you want to watch AMA Pro Road Racing and AMA Pro Flat Track this year, but because DMG screwed the pooch on securing any form of TV deal, you think you’re up an apex without a kneepuck, right? Not so fast there speed racer.

To its credit, the Daytona Motorsports Group has created its own live streaming site for AMA Pro Racing, IMSA, and NASCAR content that is not on television: FansChoice.tv, which will be your go-to destination for watching the Daytona 200 live this weekend.

Fans in attendance of the Daytona 200, and other AMA Pro Road Racing rounds (Flat Track as well) may also want to pull-up the FansChoice.tv site on their phones and tablets while in the grandstands, as the free service will be offering extra content and video angles not available on the track media screens. Live timing and PA commentary will be available as well, for your viewing pleasure.







“This is a great opportunity to bring all the action from the track right to the fans,” said Michael Gentry, CEO for AMA Pro Racing. “FansChoice.tv is a revolutionary platform that gives race fans all over the world unprecedented access to watch their favorite series wherever we race. This is fantastic news for all of our AMA Pro Road Racing and AMA Pro Flat Track fans.”

The official home of AMA Pro Road Racing and AMA Pro Flat Track for the 2014 season, FansChoice.tv will get its first test tonight, for the AMA Pro Flat Track event at Daytona. The calendar for the AMA weekend is as follows (EDT):

AMA Pro Flat Track







  • Thursday 8:00 PM – Round 1
  • Friday 8:00 PM – Round 2

AMA Pro Road Racing

  • Friday 2:15 PM – Vance & Hines Harley Davidson Race
  • Friday 3:00 PM – Supersport Race One
  • Friday 4:00 PM – Superbike Race One
  • Saturday 10:00 AM – Supersport Race Two
  • Saturday 11:00 AM – Superbike Race Two
  • Saturday 1:00 PM – Daytona 200

Source: AMA Pro Racing







Jensen Beeler

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