Corona, California - May 13, 2014 – MAVTV will deliver live broadcasts of both the 250 and 450 classes opening motos-40 minutes each plus two laps of high-flying, bone-crunching racing-for the entire 12-round Lucas Oil Pro Motocross Championship, sanctioned by AMA Pro Racing, starting with the Red Bull Glen Helen National in San Bernardino, California, on May 24.
Riverside, California - April 30, 2014 – The first two events in the Lucas Oil Off Road Racing Series have been good ones for the MAVTV/Toyo Tires/SolarWorld Stronghold Motorsports team. Now it's time for something completely different.
This weekend drivers Brandon Bailey, Larry Job and Scott Bailey will be in southern Nevada to continue their pursuit of a championship in the Best in the Desert Series.
Corona, California - April 28, 2014 – MAVTV has announced that Dan Teitscheid has joined the network as VP of Content Distribution & Partner Marketing. A 30-year veteran of the television industry, Teitscheid spent 16 years with Viacom, rising to Vice President of Affiliate Sales and Marketing at MTV Networks before joining Disney and ESPN Media Networks in May 2008. During the course of his career, Mr. Teitscheid has been involved in the introduction, launch and brand development of more than 25 cable TV networks.
Riverside, California - April 28, 2014 – At about 6 in the morning on Friday (April 25) Stronghold Motorsports crew chief Nick Griner loaded the team's new Pro 4 truck onto a trailer and drove to Lake Elsinore Motorsports Park.
About 42 hours later Griner and the crew got ready for the trip back to the team's race shop with two fifth-place finishes in the Southern California Shootout and the knowledge that "we're headed the right way" in the Lucas Oil Off Road Racing Series.
I can only think of a few things good about growing old. I’m glad I got to see Don Garlits race “Swamp Rat 6B.” I’m happy that I heard Sid Collins and Freddie Agabashian call the Indy 500. And I can remember how things we now take for granted – ESPN, for example – came to be the way they are. Today the “Entertainment and Sports Programming Network” is a multi-platform coverage colossus and Disney cash cow that totally dominates American sports. But I can remember when it was just another odd idea.