You can find the Supersport races on MAVTV (channel 214 on my DirectTV). It's really scattered: MotoAmerica round 1 had the first Superbike race air on FS1 and race two on FS2; I couldn't find the Supersport races for round 1; for round two both Superbike races were on FS1 and I found the Supersport races by sheer accident channeling around - on MAV.
Grids are kinda thin, but the racing at the front is interesting - at least in Supersport. Feeling sorry for Elias; a little bit for Herrin too.
There has been pretty good racing behind the number 1 bike for the box I think.
But ya, Cameron running away with 3 out of 4 is helping only him and his team.
Kinda sucks for the series. But what ya gonna do? I refuse to watch World Superbike, it's like the officials fix each and every race with their selective rpm limits.
But ya Mad4TheCrest, it's scattered the way it's on the tube. Along with the naming of the sponsors in the series title. I mean, it sounds like Hondos, or whatever they are, created and run it. I know, without the money there is nothing. But, building the prestige of the series to me is paramount.
Wayne, IMO, should push in the title that, 1, it's the American National Championship. Then that it's AMA. Then either that it's run by MotoAmerica or sponsored by Hondos.
In other words, take a page out of the FIM book. Those guys know how to play their thing up.
Take American Supercross. Even tho, at best, AMASX holds one round outside the States, on a good year, in Canada, you can not watch a round and not hear "an FIM World Championship Event" thrown in there. . It's funny. They send a guy over from Europe as a referee, or whatever they call him, and all of a sudden it's their event.
But, they get their name out there to what's called, at times, the most watched dirt bike racing series on the planet.
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That's what the dropdown said.
And I didn't get to see the video, as I do not partake in facebook.