Supercross To Have Time-Slot Change on ESPN2 in Atlanta

ESPN2’s Atlanta Time-slot Change Won’t Affect Next Day Airing

AURORA, Ill. (February 23, 2004) – Clear Channel Entertainment’s Motor Sports division announced today that the next day coverage of THQ World Supercross GP/THQ AMA Supercross Series on ESPN2 from Atlanta’s Georgia Dome has been changed from its originally scheduled time.

The 125cc THQ AMA Supercross Series Eastern Regional coverage will be aired from Atlanta Sunday, February 29 at 4:00 p.m. EST and the 250cc class will air at 5:00 p.m. EST.

Fans can tune-in to watch teenage sensation James Stewart race for the record of most 125cc wins. Last weekend, Stewart, 18, of Haines City, Fla., won his second 125cc THQ AMA Supercross Series Eastern Regional race of the season at the Metrodome in Minneapolis, tying Jeremy McGrath on the all-time 125cc win list with his 13th career 125cc checkered-flag.

The action in the 250cc class is just as exciting as Honda’s Kevin Windham, who trails series points leader Chad Reed by 23 points, races for his fourth win of the season. Windham has yet to win two consecutive supercross races this season.

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About THQ World Supercross GP/THQ AMA Supercross Series

THQ World Supercross GP is a 17-round global series that is produced and promoted by Clear Channel Entertainment and Dorna Off Road S.L. Riders must compete in the international rounds to be eligible to win the world championship. In 2003-2004, the 17-event THQ World Supercross GP will be comprised of two international events in Seville, Spain and Arnhem, Holland, and 15 of the 16 events that are conducted in major cities throughout the United States as a part of the THQ AMA Supercross Series. The other THQ AMA Supercross Series event held in Daytona Beach, Fla., is independently produced by the International Speedway Corporation, and is not a part of the THQ World Supercross GP. A THQ AMA Supercross Series rider will be crowned as the national champion for the series of events conducted in the United States only.

THQ World Supercross GP is the premier off-road motorcycle racing series in the world. Clear Channel Entertainment is the largest promoter and producer of live events in the world, with a broad based tradition in the promotion and production of motorcycle racing events. The FIM, Federation Internationale de Motocyclisme, is the body that globally governs motorcycle sport at the world level. Among other matters, the FIM groups together 85 affiliated National Federations relating to the sport of motorcycle racing. AMA Pro Racing is the National Federation representative that sanctions motorcycle-racing events in the United States. Dorna Off Road S.L. is an internationally recognized sports management group established in 1988 with an emphasis on major international motor sports events.   Dorna is headquartered in Madrid, Spain with branch offices in Barcelona, London and Tokyo.   In addition to its involvement with THQ World Supercross GP, Dorna manages the rights to MotoGP and the FIM Motocross World Championship. For more information on THQ World Supercross GP and the THQ AMA Supercross Series, log on to

About Clear Channel Entertainment

Clear Channel Entertainment, the world’s largest producer and marketer of live entertainment events, is a subsidiary of Clear Channel Worldwide (NYSE:   CCU), a global leader in the out-of-home advertising industry.   Clear Channnel Entertainment currently owns, operates and/or exclusively books 135 live entertainment venues, including 44 amphitheaters in the U.S. and 28 venues in Europe.   Each year, more than 62 million people attend approximately 26,000 events promoted and/or produced by the company, including:   Live music events; Broadway, West End and touring theatrical shows; family entertainment shows; and specialized sports and motor sports shows.

In addition, Clear Channel Entertainment owns leading talent management businesses that specialize in the representation of athletes and broadcasters, including independently operated baseball, basketball and football businesses.   Clear Channel Entertainment is headquartered in New York City.

About AMA Pro Racing

AMA Pro Racing is the leading sanctioning body for motorcycle sport in the United States. Its properties include the AMA Supercross Series, the AMA Chevy Trucks U.S. Motocross Championship, the AMA Chevy Trucks U.S. Superbike Championship, the AMA Progressive Insurance U.S. Flat Track Championship and the AMA Red Bull Supermoto Championship. Nearly 2 million race fans attended AMA Pro Racing events during the 2002 season. For more information about AMA Pro Racing, visit