The 2024 NTT INDYCAR SERIES season is upon us, and track action at the Firestone Grand Prix of St Petersburg presented by RP Funding will get underway tomorrow morning (Friday).

As we prepare for what is sure to be an extremely exciting season ahead, INDYCAR has announced a continuation of its successful global broadcast partnerships, which include Sky Sports in New Zealand, Canal+ in France, ESPN in Latin America, Sky Sports F1HD in Ireland and the UK and Sky Italia.

Partnerships for the 2024 INDYCAR season include:

Canada’s sports leader, TSN, provides fans with comprehensive live streaming of INDYCAR action from all 18 races, including coverage of all practice and qualifying sessions on TSN+ and eight races, including the Indianapolis 500 presented by Gainbridge and the Honda Indy Toronto, via its TSN linear platform.
ESPN across Latin America brings live coverage of the NTT INDYCAR SERIES to key markets, including Brazil, Argentina and Mexico, where audiences can follow four-time Indianapolis 500 winner Helio Castroneves as he continues his “Drive for Five,” along with Juncos Hollinger Racing’s Agustin Canapino, Arrow McLaren driver Pato O’Ward and Rahal Letterman Lanigan’s Pietro Fittipaldi.
Canal+ provides coverage in France for fans of Romain Grosjean.
Sky Sports UK, Sky Sport Germany (including Austria and Switzerland) and Sky Sport Italia continue to provide end to end INDYCAR coverage for fans in 2024.
Sky Sport in New Zealand continues to be the home for coverage of Kiwis Scott McLaughlin, Marcus Armstrong and six-time INDYCAR SERIES champion Scott Dixon.
Australian fans of two-time NTT INDYCAR SERIES champion Will Power can follow him on streaming partner STAN Sport, while sister network Nine Network shows race highlights mid-week.
Movistar+ partners with INDYCAR for an eighth consecutive season, allowing fans in Spain to follow reigning and two-time NTT INDYCAR SERIES champion Alex Palou as he defends his title.
Gaora returns to broadcast all races in Japan with special emphasis on Takuma Sato’s attempt to win a third Indianapolis 500.
Ziggo Sport provides coverage of countryman Rinus VeeKay to its audience in the Netherlands.
Viaplay continues its coverage of INDYCAR in the Nordics allowing fans to follow Indy 500 winner Marcus Ericsson and Felix Rosenqvist as both embark on their first seasons with new teams, as well as the rookie campaign of Linus Lundqvist. INDYCAR fans in Denmark will be able to follow Christian Lundgaard and Christian Rasmussen.
Supersport provides coverage in South Africa and sub-Saharan Africa.

Speaking about the importance of the TV coverage, Chip Ganassi Racing’s Marcus Armstrong said:

I am very pleased that INDYCAR is reaching all corners of the globe. “It is some of the best racing in the world, and in my opinion, the product is second to none. I’m glad that our racing and name is getting out there as much as possible.

“I’ve raced in Europe for the past 10 years, and I had always found it very enjoyable to tune in to watch INDYCAR races. Being from New Zealand, as well, I was able to tune into Sky Sports over my breaks with it on TV almost every day. This series features drivers from all over the world, and it’s only right that everyone can see how great the racing is, as well.”

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