MORE WTCR ON TV IN POLAND WITH MOTOWIZJA AGREEMENT
*Highlights of all-new touring car series on Polish TV channel
*Specialist station a must for motoring and motorsport fans
*Motowizja broadcast to four million homes in Poland
Coverage of the WTCR – FIA World Touring Car Cup presented by OSCARO will be broadcast to more than four million homes in Poland, which is in addition to the coverage on the Eurosport network, under a new agreement between Motowizja and WTCR promoter Eurosport Events.
Broadcasting 24 hours a day to a potential 12 million viewers, Motowizja is dedicated to all things motoring and motorsport. It offers more than 10 Polish productions and in excess of 30 European and American formats.
Motorsport plays vital role on Motowizja with viewers able to enjoy coverage from domestic series such as the Polish Rally Championship. Motowizja also airs coverage from a number of international series including ABB FIA Formula E, the Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series and the FIA European Rally Championship, which includes Rally Poland on its schedule in September.
François Ribeiro, Head of Eurosport Events, promoter of the WTCR – FIA World Touring Car Cup presented by OSCARO, said: “As promoter of the ERC we enjoyed watching Polish hero Kajetan Kajetanowicz becoming European champion a record-breaking three years in a row. One day we hope there will be a Polish driver competing at the top level in touring car racing with TV coverage of the WTCR part of that process. Motorsport is very popular in Poland, which represents an important marketplace. With a full grid featuring champions at world and national level we hope fans will be able to enjoy some great WTCR action during the year.”
Krzysztof Mikulski, CEO of Motowizja Sp. z o.o, said: “We are so happy to be showing FIA WTCR on our channel. As a motoring channel we believe that there is nothing better than great vehicles driven by great drivers.”
The WTCR – FIA World Touring Car Cup presented by OSCARO is set to feature 30 races over 10 weekends from April to November. Action begins at the Circuit Moulay El Hassan in Marrakech from 7-8 April.