Friday, 10 January 2014

Superprestigio - Live Stream!

We've just been sent this press release. The race is tomorrow (unfortunately for America only)...

Cycle World is pleased to announce a partnership with AMA Pro Racing and RPM Racing to deliver exclusive live streaming video coverage on of the 2014 Superprestigio Dirt Track from the Palau Sant Jordi in Barcelona, Spain, beginning at 9:00 a.m. Pacific Standard Time on Saturday, January 11. 

Revived by 2013 MotoGP World Champion Marc Marquez, the Superprestigio brings together top roadracing and off-road stars for an exciting evening of competition using an American-style flat-track format that many riders now use as a training method. Because an international flat-track race would be incomplete without American riders, Marquez invited reigning AMA Pro Flat Track Grand National Champion Brad "The Bullet" Baker to participate in this unique event. Fellow Americans Kenny Noyes and Merle Scherb will also compete, and AMA Pro Flat Track flagman Kevin Clark will be on hand to entertain the crowd.  The Superprestigio was created in 1979 by magazine publisher Jaime Alguersuari and has been held 15 times at pavement venues. Three future American world champions-John Kocinski, Kenny Roberts Jr., and Colin Edwards-made their European debuts at the Superprestigio. Other Americans who have competed include Randy Mamola, Rich Oliver, and Chris D'Alusio, and at RPM-organized dirt-track races, Jay Springsteen and Steve Morehead. 

A truly international affair, this year's event will also feature riders from England, France, Italy, Spain, and Portugal. Live coverage of the 2014 Superprestigio Dirt Track on will only be available in North America.


Nick said...


Mick P said...

One word: Tunnelbear ;)

G Man said...

Not happy about only USA availability of stream.
But... there is always way around it.

Super happy that people I've meet and watched racing are amongst top riders.

Top work and thanks to every one who helped Tim, Tom and Alan!

Stevie Coles said...

Someone get it on u tube for the computer illiterate please!!!