Impressive Live TV Coverage For TORC

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The TORC Series will race in Sturgis, S.D., in 2014 (HHP photo)
Traxxas TORC Off-Road action at The Dirt Track at Charlotte during the 2012 season. (HHP photo)

INDIANAPOLIS – Officials with the Traxxas TORC Series, presented by AMSOIL have announced the largest live broadcast coverage of the sport ever, with 13 hours of live or near-live network broadcast of the Series 2013 Championship races.

Following the successful “LIVE on SPEED” programming over the last two years, TORC and SPEED have expanded on the prime-time coverage of the extreme motorsport which has exploded in recent years. This summer, SPEED will broadcast the TORC PRO classes, each race in a two-hour saturday night prime-time window. Top industry talent led by Bob Varsha, Dorsey Schroeder, Bobby Gerould and Keli Snyder will lead the viewers throughout the live racing action.

Additionally, the Series 2013 PRO 2WD and PRO 4×4 Champions will be crowned LIVE on NBC September 28th in a one-hour special event. The TORC final championship races will be featured on the Red Bull Signature Series, unleashing the most progressive and innovative competitions around the globe. This will be a first for the sport and its fans, to offer Live coverage of the most important battles determining Series National Champions.

“Unprecedented,” said USAC President Kevin Miller of the expanded live broadcasts for the 2013 Series. “Our live airings have been ground-breaking for the sport of short course off-road racing. The expansion of prime-time events will no doubt prove to be a publicity windfall for both the Traxxas TORC Series sponsors and it’s racers. TORC could not be more pleased with the growth we have experienced and the innovation we continue to bring to the sport of off-road racing.”

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