Kart Racing Network to Provide Online Broadcast of the Rotax MAX Pan American Challenge
Kart Racing Network (www.kartracingnetwork.com) is pleased to announce that it will broadcast the 2012 Rotax Max Challenge Pan American Championships, live from The Track at Centennial in Englewood, Colorado on 22-23 September. This international event features one of the last chances to qualify for the Rotax Max Challenge Grand Finals, with transfer spots available in Rotax Senior, Rotax Junior, DD2 and DD2 Masters. The Pan Am Championships will be hosted by internationally renowned commentator Ken Walker, and will include KRN’s unmatched combination of live streaming video, live timing, and audience interactivity.
Live coverage will be available on www.kartracingnetwork.com. Broadcast times are Eastern Daylight Time/GMT – 4.
Saturday, 22 September: 11.00 – 18.00
Sunday, 23 September: 11.00 – 18.00
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“As one of the largest Rotax Max series in the country, we’re proud to host this year’s Pan American Championships,” stated Jim Keesling of JHK Marketing, Inc. “Kart Racing Network was the obvious choice to bring live coverage of this incredible event to their worldwide viewership. And of course, the incomparable Ken Walker, aka ‘The Voice of Rotax’ will be calling all the racing action from The Track!”
“We feel privileged to add yet another international event to our résumé, and starting with this year’s race, the Pan Am is poised to grow in prestige over the next several years,” stated KRN Technical Producer Jay Leonard. “We’re very appreciative of the faith placed in us by Jim Keesling and the entire staff of The Track at Centennial, host to one of the largest-ever U.S. Grand Nationals back in 2007! We’re adding a fourth cameraman for this event, just another broadcast enhancement in addition to our HD cameras and instant replay that should be popular with our always-growing worldwide audience.”