BriSCA F1 to remain on Premier Sports. 2 year deal agreed.

Premier Sports have announced that a 2 year deal has been agreed with BriSCA to continue it’s weekly highlights show though to the end of the 2013 season.

The 2012 Premier Sports Highlight TV Show start’s at the end of April with the opening Belle Vue meeting and will screen a further 23 shows through the 2012 season. No further details are available at present of which race meetings are to be covered from the full season.
We will update our readers with full schedule details once these are made available.

BriSCA F1 and Premier are also offering a monthly prize draw to ‘season ticket subscribers’ with free entry to a F1 Stock Car meeting being the prize.

More details on both the prize draw and how to subscribe can be found on the Premier Sports Website.

Press Release

BRISCA F1 and Premier Sports (the sports channel operator on Sky channel 433) are delighted to announce a new 2 year extension which will cover highlights of the elite British stockcar series. To be filmed and produced by AMG Television Productions.

Coverage begins with the first event of the season from Belle Vue at the beginning of April.

Steve Rees from BRISCA F1 commented, “After hitting the ground running in 2011, to have the opportunity to develop a 2 year partnership that is mutually beneficial to all parties is terrific news for everyone. To be able to sustain our presence on television is a tribute to everyone involved in the sport from the fans through to the drivers and promoter. This is the next piece in the jigsaw and enhances the commercial options for the sport. I would thank those who have subscribed this year and made this new deal possible and ask that as many fans as possible get behind this so that we can continue to grow the sport.”

Richard Webb from Premier Sports said, “It is great that we have found a viable way of keeping BRISCA on television that works for everyone involved. Last year’s shows went down really well, and we hope we can really build on it this year and get even more people watching. BRISCA racing is a big deal in the UK with regular crowds of 5000 plus and thoroughly deserves to be on television. We hope that fans will enjoy sitting down every week and reliving the best racing moments from 24 races. Having the NASCAR Sprint Cup and also BRISCA F1 gives us the best Oval racing from either side of the pond.”

For those who can’t wait till the start of the new season, Premier Sports are currently repeating the full season every Wednesday and will be broadcasting a 90 minute season review from 2011 on Tuesday 7th February 2012.

Premier Sports will broadcast over 1000 events in 2012 including all 38 races from the NASCAR Sprint Cup, 200 games of Rugby League from the NRL and Championship and 400 games from the NHL. Speedway is also expected to feature heavily in the schedule this year with details to follow soon. Fans can sign up at www.premiersports.tv or call 0871 663 9000.

A season ticket to the channel is available for £79.99 which covers 12 months and saves you £21. In return for your loyalty Premier Sports and BRISCA are offering those who have taken out a 12 month pass the opportunity to go into a monthly draw for a BRISCA F1 experience. This includes free tickets to an event, meeting drivers and getting up close to the cars.

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