RaceFansTV offers remarkable and exclusive long-form motorsports video programming
New York, NY (PRWEB) June 10, 2010
RaceFansTV Limited, an international initiative that brings together historic motorsports videos online, announced today the launch of its new website RaceFansTV.com. The new motorsports video site brings the dynamics and emotion of classic racing and puts it into a TV-like user-friendly viewing experience surrounded by the latest news, comprehensive racing wiki, and an engaging community integrated with the latest social networking features.
RaceFansTV broadcasts thousands of hours of licensed motorsports video programming – much of it from original TV broadcasts – streaming around the clock and categorized by racing class across 8+ channels. Enthusiasts everywhere can watch through their web browser without the need of a plugin or download. Viewing scheduled videos is free along with setting reminders to allow time to tune in. Subscriptions are available at $4.99 (3.75€) per month offering videos at 3 to 7 times better quality, two on-demand channels, the ability to pause, restart, or scroll backward or forward within a playing video, and viewing videos any time 24 hours after a video was scheduled to begin.
Licensed video programming includes: American LeMans, European LeMans, DTM, BTCC, WTCC, United States Rally, Paris-Dakar, British Rally, British Formula 3, Formula 3 Euro Series, Australian V8 Utes, Isle of Man TT, World Supermoto, World Supercross, European Truck Series, British Hillclimb, Nurburgring 24 Hour Race, Demolition Derby, Ferrari Challenge, Sprint Car, Star Mazda, Classic Open Wheel, an extensive library of documentaries, and much more.
In addition to great video, the website establishes an online experience that puts each race and racing class into greater context. Videos are combined with categorized up-to-date news, unique insightful articles from racing’s top journalists, a comprehensive racing wiki for further research, as well as forums, polls, contests, events, and the solicitation of fan reports. By addressing the key challenges facing motorsports enthusiasts today – such as dealing with short clips on YouTube, illegal torrenting, or not having recorded races back in the day from TV (if they were even on) – RaceFansTV offers remarkable and exclusive long-form motorsports video programming that engages viewers in the heart of competition and sportsmanship.