MXGP of Bulgaria Television Guide

2014-MXGP-Arco-di-Trento_1054The 2014 FIM Motocross World Championship will receive live and delayed coverage worldwide via prominent TV networks Eurosport, CBS Sports Network, FOX sports, Mediaset, BEIN Sport, BNT, Bandsport and MotorsTV.

One of Bulgaria’s top broadcasters BNT Bulgarian National Television is broadcasting the entire series of MX2 LIVE. This weekend in Sevlievo, BNT will be in attendance with their own TV crew to provide their viewers with exclusive footage and interviews from inside the paddock of MXGP. BNT will screen the entire day of racing on Sunday 20 April LIVE; this includes both MX2 and MXGP races, as well as race two from the three European Championship classes, EMX125, EMX250 and EMX300.

The fifth round of the 2014 FIM Motocross World Championship in Sevlievo, Bulgaria, will be broadcasted in the UK and Europe on MotorsTV. BEIN sport will cover parts of Europe as well as The Middle East, North Africa and South Africa while FOX Sports will cover Asia and Australia while Mediaset will screen the final race of both MX2 and MXGP LIVE in Italy from 15:00 – 16:00 (CET) on Italia2.

CBS Sports Network is providing their subscribers with an afternoon of motocross on Sunday 20 April starting at 1pm (EST) where they will screen MXGP and MX2 races from rounds two, three and four of the FIM Motocross World Championship which took place Thailand, Brazil and Italy. Following the replay of the previous rounds, CBS Sports Network will also screen MXGP and MX2 race two in Bulgaria, round five of the FIM Motocross World Championship.

MXGP-TV’s 26mn Magazine features rider interviews with MXGP-TV host Amy Dargan, all the best moments of the weekend both on the track and off, highlights from racing in MXGP and MX2, as well as an on-board lap of the track at each and every round of the FIM Motocross World Championship. Following each round of MXGP, the 26mn Magazine will be broadcasted every Tuesday night at 23:00 (CET) on Eurosport.

MXGP will be available across the board in high definition, and is also globally available to view live and in HD on Click here for the complete list of countries and cooperating MXGP broadcasting networks, viewing times can be viewed by clicking on the logo of your chosen broadcasting network.

Italia 2
Race 2 MX2 (LIVE)                               15:00 (CET)
Race 2 MXGP (LIVE)                            16:00 (CET)

CBS Sports Network
Premiere on Sunday 20 April:
Race 2 MX2                                          6.00pm (EST) / 3.00pm (PST)
Race 2 MXGP                                       7.00pm (EST) / 4.00 (PST)

Eurosport International
Tuesday 22 April:
26mn Magazine                                    23:00 (CET)


SATURDAY: EMX300 Free/Timed Practice 07:45; EMX125 Group 1 Free/Timed Practice 08:20; EMX125 Group 2 Free/Timed Practice 08:55; EMX250 Group 1 Free/Timed Practice 09:30; MX2 Free Practice 10:15; MXGP Free Practice 10:45; EMX250 Group 2 Free/Timed Practice 11:10; EMX125 Last chance qualifying race 12:20; EMX250 Last chance qualifying race 13:00; MX2 Time practice 14:00; MXGP Time practice 14:35; EMX300 Race 1 15:20; MX2 Qualifying race 16:10; MXGP Qualifying race 17:00; EMX125 Race 1 17:40; EMX250 Race 1 18:25

SUNDAY: EMX300 Warm-up 08:10; EMX125 Warm-up 08:30; EMX250 Warm-up 08:50; MX2 Warm-up 09:15; MXGP Warm-up 09:40; EMX300 Race 2 10:10; EMX125 Race 2 11:00; EMX250 Race 2 11:50; MX2 Race 1 13:10; MXGP Race 1 14:10; MX2 Race 2 16:10; MXGP Race 2 17:10.