MSN Rally Championship | Championship To Change TV Provider
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Championship To Change TV Provider

The MSN Circuit Rally Championship in association with MSVR Racing has today ended its TV highlights package deal with Torque Together. 

The announcement brings an end to the 2-and-a-half-year contract with Torque. The Championship would like to place on record its thanks for all of Torque’s efforts over the past two years. 

Special Stage TV, will take over as MSNCRC TV provider, including providing Live coverage of all rounds on the Championship’s Facebook page and a 30-minute highlights show after every round.

Special Stage previously produced Championship coverage for the first 3 years and brings with them significant experience in providing live rallying coverage.

The first round they will broadcast from will be Round 2 – The Brands Hatch Stages, from Brands Hatch on January 10th.

Sam Colman will continue to present and voiceover with Paul Woodford returning to assist. All Championship rounds will be made available on Amazon Prime and will be free to watch on the Championship’s YouTube and Social Media channels.

Championship Co-Ordinator Darren Spann commented: “I’d like to thank Tom Baker and all at Torque for all their work over the past 2 years. They’ve been instrumental in helping to grow the championship.  I’m also delighted to announce that Special Stage TV have been appointed as our new Championship TV provider for the rest of the 2020-21 season, including providing a fantastic Live package which will ensure our fans and sponsors see all of the action.  We are all looking forward to working with Wayne and the team once again”

Further details will be released in due course.

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