Tune In | 2014 Hangtown MX

Courtesy of MX Sports

Don’t miss the television or online coverage of the second round of the 2014 Lucas Oil Pro Motocross Championship, sanctioned by AMA Pro Racing, from Sacramento, California’s GoPro Hangtown Motocross Classic. Get the rundown below on how to watch practice, the exclusive online pre-show and all four motos on Saturday, May 31st.

If you miss a race, full replays will be archived on ProMotocross.com throughout the season.

UNITED STATES

Practice

Online: 1:30pm ET, ProMotocross.com and NBC Sports Live Extra (LIVE)

The second practice session will only be available online and viewable on the Live Extra page and Mobile App (iOS / Android).

Pre-show

Online: 3:15pm ET, ProMotocross.com and NBC Sports Live Extra

New for 2014, ProMotocross.com presents an exclusive pre-show before the first moto at every round, starting this weekend at Hangtown. This week’s pre-show will begin about 45 minutes before the first moto. You can watch it on the Live Extra page and Mobile App (iOS / Android).

Moto 1
Online: 4:00pm ET, ProMotocross.com and NBC Sports Live Extra (LIVE)

TV: 4:00pm ET, MAVTV (LIVE)

New for 2014, MAVTV will air the first motos of every round live. Use the MAVTV channel finder to see if you currently get MAVTV. You can also use the link to request that your cable provider carry MAVTV if they currently do not.

The live stream of first motos can also be viewed online via the Live Extra page and Mobile App (iOS / Android).

Moto 2
Online: 6:00pm ET, ProMotocross.com and NBC Sports Live Extra (LIVE)

TV: 6:00pm ET, NBCSN (LIVE)

All seconds motos will air on either NBCSN or NBC this year. Most weeks, including Hangtown, both of the second motos will be on NBCSN. Use the NBCSN channel finder to see if you currently get NBCSN in your area.

The live stream of second motos can be viewed online via the Live Extra page and Mobile App (iOSAndroid).

Please note: In order to watch a live stream of an NBCSN broadcast, you have to verify your cable provider.  Live Extra is a service offered through participating cable, satellite and telco TV providers that allows you to watch Motocross coverage of live events on the NBCSN. Don’t see your provider? Contact your provider by clicking here to express your interest in receiving this service. Provide your email address and they will contact you once your provider has been added. They are actively working to add additional TV providers to this service, and recent additions include Cox, Charter and DirecTV.

Highlight Show

TV: Thursday 6/5, 1:30am ET, NBCSN

NBCSN will have a one-hour show the week after each race recapping the action. 

INTERNATIONAL

Practice

Online: 1:30pm ET, ProMotocross.com and NBC Sports Live Extra (LIVE)

The 2nd practice session will only be available online and viewable on the Live Extra page and Mobile App (iOS / Android).

Pre-show

Online: 3:15pm ET, ProMotocross.com and NBC Sports Live Extra

New for 2014, ProMotocross.com presents an exclusive pre-show before the first moto at every round, starting this weekend at Hangtown. This week’s pre-show will begin about 45 minutes before the first moto.

You can watch it on the Live Extra page and Mobile App (iOS / Android).

Moto 1
Online: 4:00pm ET, ProMotocross.com and NBC Sports Live Extra (LIVE)

TV: ESPN Brazil, FOX Sports Asia

The live stream of first motos can be viewed via the Live Extra page and Mobile App (iOS /Android). The Nationals will also be simulcast to various countries across the globe. Check the TV listings for your local station (listed above) for the time in your area.

Moto 2
Online: 6:00pm ET, ProMotocross.com and NBC Sports Live Extra (LIVE)

TV: ESPN Brazil, FOX Sports Asia, ESPN Latin America, Speed (Australia), Rogers SportsNet (Canada), Sport1 (Israel)

The live stream of second motos can be viewed via the Live Extra page and Mobile App (iOS /Android). The Nationals will also be simulcast to various countries across the globe. Check the TV listings for your local station (listed above) for the time in your area.

Highlight Show

TV: ESPN Brazil, ESPN Latin America, Speed (Australia), Extreme Sports Channel

A one-hour highlight show recapping the race will air in various countries across the globe. Check the TV listings for your local station (listed above) for the time in your area.