PPTV HD 36 holds rights for Moto GP 2018s live broadcast Kicking off from Qatar this Sunday March 18th

Automotive Press Releases Tuesday March 13, 2018 20:07
Bangkok--13 Mar--บางกอก มีเดีย แอนด์ บรอดคาสติ้ง

PPTV HD 36, a digital terrestrial free TV in Thailand broadcasting in high definition, moves forward into live events on motor sports as it has acquired rights on the free TV platform for the Moto GP 2018 all year round from 19 races around the world. Thailand has joined this year's worldly races for the first time as the 15th race and the first one in Asia at the Chang International Circuit in Buriram province.

Moto GP or Grand Prix Motorcycle Racing originated in 1949 as the world's most legendary, and most internationally-recognized motorcycle racing championship. Each year's championship took place in several circuits across many continents. Some of the most well-known circuits are Losail International Circuit in Qatar, Circuit Termas de Rio Hondo in Argentina, Circuit of the Americas in the USA, Twin Ring Motegi Circuit in Japan, Sepang International Circuit in Malaysia, and more internationally-recognized circuits in Europe and Australia. PPTV HD 36 will broadcast live the Moto GP or the type of which powered by 1,000 cc engine. This is the first time for Thailand to enter an international arena as one of the host in the PTT Thailand Grand prix at the Chang International Circuit, Buriram province, which is the 15th race of this year's Moto GP and the first one in Asia.

Surin Krittayaphongphun, PPTV HD 36's President, mentioned that the popularity of motor sports has already earned its premium spot in many countries around the world. Thailand is definitely no exception. For this reason, the acquisition of rights has been nailed down for PPTV's fans to be able to watch this world-class races in high definition from all the race throughout the year.

"The Thai fans will definitely enjoy watching their favorite racers like Mark Marquez, Valentino Rossi, Maverick Viñales, Andrea Dovizioso, Jorge Lorenzo, Yohann Zarco, and more on PPTV. This is definitely significant for Thailand's motor sports setting. I truly anticipate successful feedbacks from the fans," said Mr. Surin.

PPTV HD 36 will broadcast live from the Losail International Circuit in Qatar on Sunday March 18th at 23.00 hrs. The Moto GP fans can stay tuned on the TV screen or on the website: www.pptvhd36.com

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