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MXN-TV to host Free live coverage of the MX Nationals

MXN-TV to host Free live coverage of the MX Nationals

Following on from the success of last year’s live streaming service of the Michelin MX Nationals powered by Milwaukee British Motocross championship, the MX Nationals team are pleased to announce the 2022 championship will again be shown free to view on the new MXN-TV YouTube channel.

MXN-TV was successfully launched in February with the Hawkstone International being live streamed through the new off road motorcycling media platform with great success, with nearly 140,000 views just 24 hours after the event. MXN-TV will be covering all six rounds of the Michelin MX Nationals powered by Milwaukee with uninterrupted live coverage from 9.30am U.K time of Sunday’s full race programme, starting this weekend at round one of the championship at FatCat Moto Parc. Viewers will be able to watch two motos each of the following classes;

Lyfelinez ‘Fastest 40’ incorporating the Leatt Elite MX1 and Apico Elite MX2
RFX Expert MX1/MX2
Motoverde Amateur MX1/MX2
Worx Financial Clubman MX1
Moto Connection Clubman MX2
Seven MXY 125/250
Syntol Lubricants Open 85

There’ll also be a new live studio show. Live @ Seven will be going out on MXN-TV at 7pm U.K time on Saturday night directly from the race venue with hosts Jeff Perrett and Callum Swan talking to racers, team managers, mechanics and industry personnel involved with the championship. Post event, MXN-TV will be breaking down each race from each class in bite size edits so the racers and their sponsors alike can easily go back to the action in the following week and find the race they’re looking for.

Jeff Perrett – MXN-TV

“We’re looking forward to live streaming the events again, this time on a new platform in MXN-TV. It’s a new project that we want to expand to cover races and events other than just the MX Nationals, like we did for the Hawkstone International. That proved to us that certain events in the U.K justify being live streamed as the numbers clearly showed, so we’re working on future projects with that but we’ll also be adding more content to the channel other than just live stream events going forward. We have some new ideas with the live stream for the MX Nationals that we’re planning to introduce this weekend so hopefully that will add something more for the viewer to be engaged with the sport. We’re looking forward to covering the championship all year and on a personal level I’m excited about calling all the action because as last year proved, there’s some awesome racing out there across all the classes, so we’re happy we can bring that to homes or wherever people are in the world. Of course it’s great for all the championship partners too. We’re ready to get going on it this weekend and showcasing one of the most exciting sports on the planet.”

You can tune in to watch the Michelin MX Nationals on MXN-TV’s YouTube as well as their Facebook page and varying MX Nationals partner’s Facebook pages.