AMA Pro Live Streaming Video System Launched
AMA Pro Live Streaming Video System Launched During First Day Of AMA Pro Road Racing Testing At NOLA Motorsports Park
[caption id="attachment_13685" align="alignright"
width="300"] The all-new AMA Pro Live streaming video system
launched today during the first day of AMA Pro Test Fest at NOLA
Motorsports Park in New Orleans, La.[/caption]
The all-new AMA Pro Live streaming video system launched today during the first day of AMA Pro Test Fest, a two-day official AMA Pro Road Racing test at NOLA Motorsports Park in New Orleans, La. The free online service is located at http://www.amaprolive.com/, giving fans insider access to the stars of the sport as well as their first glimpse of America's newest motorsports facility. The 2.75-mile track is situated just 15 miles from downtown New Orleans, and will play host to the Series for the 2012 season finale, the M1 PowerSports-promoted Triumph Big Kahuna New Orleans presented by Dunlop Tire and LeoVince (October 5-7, 2012).
Five channels will be available throughout the day Tuesday, June 26 and Wednesday, June 26. Danielle Teal will be leading fans on a tour of the venue, interviewing riders, crew members and fans as she strolls through the impressive grounds on the Teal Time Pit Report Channel (http://www.amaprolive.com/?Ch=1&Pn=twitter). Viewers can tune into the RoadRace Factory/Red Bull Team Tent camera to watch the team work and catch glimpses of team riders JD Beach, Jake Gagne, Hayden Gillim and Tomas Puerta roll in off the track after their sessions (http://www.amaprolive.com/?Ch=2&Pn=youtube).
For those that want to see the bikes attack the track, three static cameras have been strategically placed around NOLA Motorsports Park. Located at Turn 4 (http://www.amaprolive.com/?Ch=3), Turn 8 (http://www.amaprolive.com/?Ch=4) and the final corner (http://www.amaprolive.com/?Ch=5), each location provides viewers with rare and exciting vantage points that capture the true speed of the motorcycles.
To keep fans up to date, users can click on the Twitter tab to display the AMA Pro Live Twitter feed (https://mobile.twitter.com/AMAProLive). Links to relevant video clips will be posted to both @AMAProLive and @AMAProSBK, AMA Pro Road Racing's Twitter account (https://www.twitter.com/AMAProSBK). Dion Device's Chris Killen will be creating video clips with the streaming content, which will be posted to AMA Pro Racing's YouTube page (https://www.youtube.com/user/AMAProVids). Those videos can also be displayed on AMA Pro Live by clicking on the page's YouTube tab and selecting a video from the list of recently posted content.
The AMA Pro Live streaming video content will continue after the end of Tuesday's competition sessions with the Test Fest Celebration Party. Kicking off at 6:00 p.m., the Test Fest Celebration Party will be hosted by local motorcycle dealer The Transportation Revolution at their trackside Motorbike Speed Shop, located in the first garage closest to the paddock. Riders and fans will get to experience the impressive sounds of the Roots of Music as they parade down the paddock to get the party started.
Conceptualized and developed with support from M1 PowerSports and RoadRace Factory, the group hopes to expand on the initial launch of the system for future events. For information and updates, please visit http://www.amaprolive.com/.
AMA Pro Racing is the premier professional motorcycle racing organization in North America, operating a full schedule of events and championships for a variety of motorcycle disciplines. Learn more about AMA Pro Racing at www.amaproracing.com.
Source: AMA Pro Racing