Motorsport Media made history by broadcasting and streaming a British motocross event live for the first ever time, providing the Judd KTM British Youth Motocross Championship and it’s clients 24MX & MX VICE with almost 200,000 viewers over two rounds of the season.
James Burfield – 24MX and MXVice
“We have been sat on many ideas since 2014 that we were unable to implement, so to actually see a youth race live in the UK is fantastic. 24MX’s support for youth and amateur riders has enabled us to be able to push forward with these ideas and our experience of being around MXGP has given us a clear focus to work towards.”
Gareth Hockey – Director of RHL Activities, Promoter of the Judd KTM British Youth Motocross Championship
“I am really pleased on how well it was received by riders, parents, sponsors and the general public who couldn’t be at the event. It was a proud moment for RHL and MX VICE to be the first in British Motocross to live stream all of the races, and it’s great for our championship.”
Lester Forbes – Director of Motorsport Media Ltd
“We’re all delighted on the team to have provided the first ever live streamed event for a British championship motocross event, we all worked very hard on the team to make it happen and we faced many tough and new challenges, but I’m very happy that we delivered 8 hours of live race action for the British Youth Championship”