Great news came down the pipeline last week when it was announced that NBC Sports Network will be broadcasting the season ending Superprestigio of the Americas race in Las Vegas on a tape-delayed basis on Sunday, November 29. The event that pits American AMA Pro Flat Track riders against a diverse field of National and International motorcycle racing stars will be held inside the tight confines of the Orleans Arena this coming Saturday, November 21 in Las Vegas.
You can check here to see where to find NBC Sports Network on your local cable or satellite provider.
In the shot above, riders in the 2015 AMA Pro Flat Track Grand National Championship Harley-Davidson GNC1 presented by Vance & Hines series get ready to do battle in round 9 of the season at the Peoria TT on August 16.
(L-R) Shayna Texter stands outside of Briar Bauman and tuner/team owner James Hart of the #14 Rod Lake Racing/Drew-Massa Transportation/Arai-sponsored Honda CRF450R, team owner Babe DeMay stands behind rider Dominic Collindres on the #66Y Babe DeMay Racing/Memphis Shades/Yamaha-backed YZ450F, Thomas Englehart holds the bike he helped prepare for rider Chad Cose on the #49 ERT/Rod Lake/Nazzissi Racing-sponsored Honda, AMA Pro Flat Track's Dani Medin interviews Peoria TT record holder Henry Wiles (partially hidden by cameraman) on the #17 Zanotti Racing/Motion Pro/Bell Helmets-backed Honda, while Rogers Racing's tuners Sammy Sweet and multiple championship-winning tuner Kenny Tolbert ready the #1 Montgomeryville Cycle Center/Rogers Racing/SDI-sponsored Honda for their rider and defending AMA Grand National Champion Jared Mees while he makes some final adjustments before the start of the National main event in Thunder Valley.
Also seen on the second row, outside left is Stevie Bonsey on the #80 Cernics Suzuki/Yoshimura/Cliff Racing-backed Suzuki RMZ450.
The Superprestigio of the Americas race this coming Saturday, November 21 promises to be a great event that will no doubt cap off the wonderful season of racing we have seen this year. You can check out the full press release below thanks to SMI and be ready to take in all the action online this Saturday and watching the tape-delayed event in two weeks time. It's guaranteed to be a barn burner full of fun bar banging and tire smoking swapping of places throughout the evening.
Press release courtesy of SMI Promotions, the promoters of the AMA Pro Flat Track Season Finale and the Superprestigio of the Americas
NBC SPORTS NETWORK TO BROADCAST SUPERPRESTIGIO OF THE AMERICAS SUNDAY, NOV. 29 AT 9 P.M. ET
c. (317) 332-3899
SMI Media Rep
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