The Auto Channel
The Largest Independent Automotive Research Resource
The Largest Independent Automotive Research Resource
Official Website of the New Car Buyer

AMA: 2000 AMA Chevy Trucks US Superbike Championship Coverage

2 March 2000

     PICKERINGTON, Ohio -- The AMA Chevy Trucks U.S. Superbike Championship

series will see a record 58 hours of premier television coverage this

season, starting with ESPN2's coverage of the series opener Daytona 200 by

Arai airing at 5:30 p.m. Sunday, March 12. Additional coverage on ESPN2

includes the the Pro Honda Oils 600cc SuperSport Series the Lockhart

Phillips 750cc SuperSport Series, the Buell Pro Thunder Series and the MBNA

250 Grand Prix races.

     AMA Chevy Truck Superbike races will see airtime on a variety of

networks throughout the year, including ESPN, ESPN2, Speedvision, The

Nashville Network (TNN) and Fox Sports Net.

     From Daytona, fans will be able to catch not only same-day coverage of

the legendary 200, but also a show dedicated to Chevy Truck Superbike

qyalifying that will first air at noon Saturday, March 11.

     TNN's coverage will include the network's traditional Loudon, N.H.,

Superbike Championship programming.

     Chet Burks Productions, producers of the Speedvision and Fox Sports

Net coverage, begins its eighth year of bringing AMA Chevy Trucks U.S.

Superbike Championship racing to the homes of America. Speedvision, will

continue to bring same-week coverage of AMA Pro Racing on its Thursday

night "Bike Week" program.

     Speedvision, one of the fastest-growing cable networks, will again

show many Superbike series races live, and will also repeat the race

broadcasts throughout the year.

     For a complete list of motorcycle television coverage, post-race

results, rider information, AMA Pro Racing notes and news, check