AMA Pro Road Racing Goes Live

New multimedia experience will debut later this month at New Orleans Motorsports Park.

AMA Pro Road Racing Goes Live

AMA Pro Road Racing Goes Live

AMA Pro Racing has created a new streaming multimedia system to provide roadracing fans with a personalized online viewing experience. AMA Pro Live will debut during the series' official test sessions at New Orleans Motorsports Park, June 26-27, and complement existing Live Timing & Scoring.

“AMA Pro Racing is focused on creating new and innovative ways for fans to enjoy our racing,” said the organization’s Chief Business Development Officer, David Atlas. “Building AMA Pro Racing’s online presence and expanding our social media and video offerings are vital components of our ongoing strategy to reach the youthful, tech-savvy demographic, and this is another big step forward as we deliver on our new goals.”

Cameras will be located around NOLA Motorsports Park's 16-turn, 2.75-mile Long Course, site of AMA Pro Road Racing's season finale, the Triumph Big Kahuna New Orleans, October 5-7. Another camera will follow pit reporter Danielle Teal, and one more will be mounted under the RoadRace Factory/Red Bull team tent of Daytona SportBike regulars JD Beach and Jake Gagne and SuperSport competitors Hayden Gillim and Tomy Puerta. Fans will be able to select from a variety of programming options, including their favorite camera angles.

RoadRace Factory team manager Danny Walker, AMA Pro Racing’s Director of Communication, Gene Crouch, and M1 PowerSports CEO Cameron Gray collaborated on the project. “We want to add more cameras and teams,” said Crouch. “We’re going to use this test to determine how many feeds we can offer on a 50-megabyte connection, for example, without affecting the track’s Internet service.”

AMA Pro Live will be free during the test at NOLA Motorsports Park, added Crouch. “Following the initial rollout, we will be working with our management, teams, partners and promoters with the goal of expanding the service and providing this behind-the-scenes experience during practice and qualifying whenever feasible.”