International partnership to span through remainder of 2023 season.
Motorcycling Australia (MA) has struck an international streaming partnership with FIM-Moto.tv, which will be inclusive of the Penrite ProMX Championship and Mi-Bike Australian Superbike Championship (ASBK) through the final rounds of 2023.
In the first-ever collaboration between a national federation and the FIM (Federation Internationale de Motocyclisme) platform, coverage will begin with Toowoomba this weekend.
“We are very pleased to see the ASBK championship and ProMX championship on FIM-Moto.tv,” commented MA CEO Peter Doyle. “These two championships represent the very best competitions of Motorcycling Australia and the very best riders from down under. Fans from around the world and the rest of the FIM family will have the chance to witness great racing action from Australia, which has long been a pathway that has created many FIM World Champions and more to come in the future.”
Equally delighted at this important expansion, Fabio Muner, FIM marketing and digital director, said: “The objective of FIM-Moto.tv is not just to show FIM world championship events, it is also there to highlight the excellent events organised by our continental unions and national federations, so to stream action live from the ASBK championship and ProMX championship in Australia, is a very exciting development for the FIM’s new streaming service.
“On behalf of the FIM I would like to thank Peter Doyle and Simon Maas, from Motorcycling Australia, for making this collaboration possible. I firmly believe FIM-Moto.tv will soon become a global platform to showcase motorcycling events worldwide, so make sure you continue to visit the platform and enjoy the amazing racing it has to offer, either live or at your convenience.”