IndyCar » UK IndyCar coverage switches to ESPN


Sky Sports has confirmed that they no longer hold the rights to broadcast IndyCar races in the UK, and that rival sports network ESPN is to take over.

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Iain - Unregistered

March 16, 2013 11:46 PM

With all of the spare capacity on sky F1, one might have thought that it would have made some good sense to fill some of the dead time with a race formula that actually has closer, better racing, or is it simply that F1 can't handle the competition?

Iain - Unregistered

March 16, 2013 11:46 PM

With all of the spare capacity on sky F1, one might have thought that it would have made some good sense to fill some of the dead time with a race formula that actually has closer, better racing, or is it simply that F1 can't handle the competition?

john - Unregistered

March 20, 2013 6:38 PM

I've just subscribed to the Premier Channel so i can watch the nascar series, and now if i want to watch the Indycar series i will have to pay again.
It's just a big con to get more money out of people, We already pay an arm and a leg to watch Sky Sports why should we have to pay again?
We should be able to watch all motor racing on ( Sky Sports ) and not have to pay for different channel to watch our favorite sport.

Clyde - Unregistered

April 21, 2013 2:15 AM

IndyCar sold its soul to NBC, now they have put it on as a premium Chanel along with F1. I agree last year was great. I had planned to go to Baltimore this year to see it live, but without being able to watch the other races I'll switch to Nascar. At least Nascar understands that the sport needs as much coverage as possible. They could save us all some anguish by rebroadcasting on a regular HD channel.

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