January 9th, 2015 by JaimeB
RaceSpot TV are proud to announce that they have renewed their partnership with iRacing.com Motorsports Simulations, to cover the iRacing.com World Championship Grand Prix Series for the 2015 season. In addition, RaceSpot TV shall also provide coverage of the endurance rounds of the 2015 iRacing.com Road Warrior Series, and the 2015 iRacing.com Indianapolis 500.
The iRacing.com World Championship Grand Prix Series is the pinnacle of simulated road racing, featuring the top 50 sim racers from iRacing’s road course series competing for more than $15,000 in cash and prizes. RaceSpot TV provided coverage of the majority of the 2014 World Championship season, as well as broadcasting the 2014/15 iRacing.com Pro Series of Road Racing. Wil Vincent will return to anchor coverage, marking his third year lead commentator for the series. He shall be joined by some of the very best commentators in sim racing, and offered the following comment:
“There is no truer measure of talent than the iRacing.com World Championship Grand Prix Series, and I’ve been lucky enough to cover the championship the past two years. 2014 saw a number of new teams and drivers find success, and based on the ongoing Pro Series, 2015 could well be the most competitive series in history. I’m honoured to be able to anchor coverage of this, and other iRacing events, and look forward to exciting fans around the world once again!”
As well as the World Championship Grand Prix Series, RaceSpot TV shall also cover selected events of the 2015 iRacing.com Road Warrior Series, beginning with the 24 Hours of Daytona on January 31st & February 1st . This marks the first official 24 hour race in iRacing history, and forms part of an exciting endurance portion of the series including the following events:
• 24 Hours of Daytona – January 31st – February 1st
• 12 Hours of Sebring – March 28th
• Petit Le Mans – October 10th
• Bathurst 1000 – October 17th
Finally, RaceSpot TV will be sharing coverage of the 2015 iRacing.com Indianapolis 500 with PSRTV for a second year, broadcasting the Saturday afternoon edition of the event. This is one of the most anticipated and wildest events of the year, and always produces an exciting finish.
“RaceSpot TV do a great job of broadcasting the iRacing.com World Championship Grand Prix Series, and we are excited to partner with them again.” — Tony Gardner, President of iRacing.com
“RaceSpot TV do a great job of broadcasting the iRacing.com World Championship Grand Prix Series, and we are excited to partner with them again for the 2015 campaign,” commented Tony Gardner, President of iRacing. com. “We also look forward to their coverage of Road Warrior events, which will shine the spotlight on some of the best GT racers on the iRacing service.”
Formed in 2014 with the simple message of providing the best audio / visual experience to race fans, RaceSpot TV has quickly become one of the leading providers of sim racing broadcast services for the iRacing.com market. You can find out more about RaceSpot TV by visiting their website @ RaceSpot.TV . For media inquiries, please email Wil@RaceSpot.TV .