Jumbotrons Coming To AMA Flat Track Races


DAYTONA BEACH, Fla. – AMA Pro Racing has partnered with Mobile View, LLC, naming the company as the official jumbotron of AMA Pro Flat Track.

Additionally, Mobile View’s sister company, Mobile Advertising, has been named as the exclusive broadcast sales partner for 2016.

“Providing a ‘Big Screen’ experience is another element of our strategy to modernize the sport of Pro Flat Track racing,” said Michael Lock, CEO of AMA Pro Racing. “Now, the fans in the stands will be able to enjoy the full array of pre and post-race content, live racing, action replays and highlights already delivered to FansChoice.tv. This addition to the show will allow us to tell the story of AMA Pro Flat Track in a captivating way, while also delivering value to both race promoter and AMA Pro Racing’s commercial partners, who support our great American sport.”

Utilizing the latest technology available in large-scale LED video display systems, Mobile View will be on hand at every AMA Pro Flat Track round in 2016 to ensure that fans won’t miss a second of the incredible AMA Pro Flat Track action.

“These screens will give every fan a front-row seating experience,” said John Sweeney, owner of Mobile View. “We’ve supported more than a thousand domestic and international events over the last 17 years, but some of our favorites have been AMA Pro Racing events.”

Sweeney’s business partner in Mobile Advertising is longtime professional road racing event promoter, Cameron Gray. Gray began his career in television broadcast sales in the mid-1990s with Speedvision and looks forward to introducing advertisers to the brand loyal AMA Pro Flat Track fans watching the action on FansChoice.tv.

“We are excited to be partnering with AMA Pro Flat Track,” said Gray, president of Mobile Advertising. “All of the momentum surrounding the sport has brought global awareness to Flat Track racing in recent years, and I’m excited to see where the new leadership will direct the sport. There are many opportunities for companies to associate themselves with AMA Pro Flat Track, which I really feel is the next big thing, and I’m excited to be involved.”