2019 AMA OUTDOOR NATIONAL TV SCHEDULE
The gate will drop this Saturday for 2019 Lucas Oil Pro Motocross Championship up at Hangtown. MX Sports Pro Racing and NBC Sports Group jointly announced broadcast programming details for the impending season. The racing series will continue its longstanding presence across NBC, NBC Sports Network (NBCSN), and MAVTV this summer, highlighted by a total of 123 hours of content across network broadcasts and digital platforms, which includes a combined 94 hours of live coverage via each respective avenue.
A trio of live network television broadcast specials on NBC serve as the cornerstone of the 2019 schedule, where the final 450 Class moto will be showcased from the High Point National (June 15) and the RedBud National (June 6), while the final 250 Class moto will be featured from the Unadilla National (August 10). These telecasts will bring the captivating and unpredictable competition of American motocross into millions of homes across the country. Additionally, the opening motos of both the 450 Class and 250 Class at all 12 rounds of the championship will be featured live on MAVTV, while NBCSN will carry live second moto coverage from four rounds on the schedule.
The digital platform from NBC Sports Gold will once again provide fans with the opportunity to watch the Lucas Oil Pro Motocross Championship from anywhere, at their leisure. The “Pro Motocross Pass” provides an exclusive on-demand access of the Nationals at just $54.99 for the season. Subscribers will receive live, commercial-free coverage from all 12 rounds, which are accompanied by exclusive live streams of timed qualifying throughout the summer. In addition to the live content, users can also watch full-event replays of the completed rounds of the 2019 season, as well as the 2017 and 2018 seasons through NBC Sports Gold’s on-demand options.
All 12 rounds of the 2019 season will by accompanied by one-hour highlight shows following every National on NBCSN. Additionally, NBCSN will produce a special midseason recap, along with a pair of year-end recaps that will highlight all the drama and excitement that took unfolded in the championship battles of both the 450 Class and 250 Class.