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TORC Enters New TV Broadcast Partnership

New for 2017, TORC: The Off-Road Championship fans can access TV broadcasts of PRO UTV,  PRO Light, PRO 2 and PRO 4 racing via beIN SPORTS. Expanding the network’s programming, beIN SPORTS has added TORC as a premier motorsports property on its network.

The station will feature 26 weeks of 90-minute shows featuring all TORC racing rounds from the 2016 and 2017 seasons. To view the beIN SPORTS schedule visit: http://www.beinsports.com/us/tv-guide. Programming will began June 21. Air times will be promoted throughout the season.

Championship action will anchor the broadcasts, bringing audiences the best of the hard-hitting, high-flying truck racing from the series, according to TORC. Shows will bring viewers behind the scenes for an all-access look at the series and its compelling personalities as the best drivers on dirt battle for the 2017 championship. TORC is a perfect fit for beIN’s motorsports formula, fast on two, dirty on four.

“We look forward to working with beIN to expand the TORC programming line-up,” said Adam Comey, executive producer of TORC. “TORC will be a marquee property for the network and will receive increased promotion and airing frequency as a result. The network’s’ commitment to motorsports was a big factor in our decision to drive all our TV programming to beIN.”

Returning to the broadcast booth will be Robbie Floyd, along with decorated motocross and off-road racers Ricky Johnson and Grant Langston offering in-depth analysis and commentary. Kate Osborne will return to report from the pits.

“Providing our loyal sports fans with diverse coverage of the finest international events is what we strive for at beIN SPORTS, and the addition of world-class motorsports events like TORC is no exception,” said Antonio Briceño, deputy managing director of beIN SPORTS. “We are proud to bring live coverage of this exceptional racing championship to U.S. audiences through our multiple platforms.”

beIN SPORTS can be accessed from a number of television providers including DISH, DirecTV, Comcast, Time Warner Cable and more. For more information on how to locate a local beIN channel visit beinsports.com/us/faqs/.

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