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Discussion in 'Racing' started by yooperbikemike, Dec 5, 2012.
Good to hear!
only if the racing is worth watching.
Jonathan Green, Scott Russell To Headline Announcing Team For AMA Pro Road Racing Broadcasts On CBS Sports TV
Didn't know the AMA still raced motorcycles... been so long...
Thats good news about Screamin' Johnny Green. He's fun to listen to and sure as hell doesn't hold back on the enthusiasm.
Very cool! Great commentators!
And just as good news for who isn't commentating.
I am anxious to watch and have high hopes.
would rather have steve martin than the screamer green, they work well together but martin is the key
Unfortunately however, Greg White announced today he IS NOT going to be involved, and that sucks... Though he'll still do MotoGP on Speed/FoxSports1 and his webshow.
Its not April 1st so this must be...
RRW.com: Mladin Looking to Make Comeback to AMA Pro Superbike
Interesting - not likely, but interesting. I would love to see it next year, though. Would definitely ramp up some interest.
There will be no television coverage of AMA races at Laguna this weekend.
I just saw the notice on the RRW FB page. What complete bullshit. The announced TV package stated
I guess I shouldn't have assumed they would cover every race. Fook! And to be such weasels and not even tell Laguna management. This really hurts the teams and riders that get sponsorship based on the two big events. I'm fuming.
With new sports networks scuttling around cable TV like cockroaches, it beggars belief that the AMA couldn't negotiate a deal.
These sort of disappointments are an AMA specialty.
wow. total bummer.
It's better than that. They told everyone--teams, sponsors, promoters, tracks, media, fans--they had a deal. And they were apparently going to let everyone show up at Laguna to discover for themselves that there would be no television coverage.
I suppose it's possible they did have a deal, and it was CBS Sports that withdrew suddenly.
Doesn't seem like anyone withdrew. The $#*%ers never had a TV deal for this weekend. This sucks on every level. When was the last time there was no television coverage (either live or tape delayed) of an AMA Pro Road Race? Early '90s maybe?