Indycar circuit reports increased global broadcast coverage for new season

Motor racing series NTT Indycar says it will reach more fans in more global markets than ever before this season. Following a raft of deals with international platforms and broadcasters, the circuit says it will reach a total of 142 countries.

New for 2023 is a multiyear agreement with Canadian sports broadcaster TSN. In addition, the circuit has partnerships with Sky in the UK, Germany and Italy, Canal+ in France, Viaplay in the Nordics, Ziggo Sport in the Netherlands and Movistar+ in Spain. Outside Europe, partners include ESPN Latin America and Gaora in Japan.

“We are pleased to see the expansion of our international partners and offerings,” said Mark Miles, president and CEO of Penske Entertainment Corp, the company behind Indycar. “This season, 15 nations are represented by our full-time field of 27 entries, which is the most since 2011. The global reach of Indycar is as important as ever as we reach new audiences.”

In addition to its broadcast/platform partnerships, Indycar Live, Indycar’s direct-to-consumer streaming service, will provide practice, qualifying and races in territories not covered by an international partner. All international markets have access to complimentary coverage of NTT Indycar Series practices and qualifying.

The 2023 NTT Indycar Series season begins Sunday, March 5.

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