Motowizja to broadcast FIM EWC in Poland

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Viewers in Poland will now be able to watch the FIM EWC. Eurosport Events and Polish automotive and motorsports channel Motowizja have signed a broadcast agreement that will enable Polish fans to watch the highlights of FIM EWC races, starting with the 24 Heures Motos this April.

Motowizja is dedicated to auto and motorcycle enthusiasts. The channel offers round-the-clock programming, both Polish and international, with shows about automobile and motorcycle technology, sport and history. With exciting sports events like motorcycle endurance racing, Motowizja appeals to car and bike fans alike.

Motowizja will broadcast the highlights of each FIM EWC race after the event so Polish viewers can relive the excitement of the race. 

Motowizja reaches more than 4 million households, i.e. more than 12 million Polish viewers. The channel is available through satellite, cable and Eurosport Player Poland. 

Krzysztof Mikulski, CEO of Motowizja
We are so happy to welcome the FIA ERC (European Rally Championship), the FIA WTCR (World Touring Car Cup) and the FIM EWC (Endurance World Championship) on our channel. One of the most important things for us is to promote Polish drivers and Polish motorsport. So we are proud to show our compatriots fighting for wins.”

Michal Fiałkowski, motorsport journalist and FIM EWC commentator on Motowizja
FIM EWC races are a major challenge for riders, bikes and teams. They fight for the win by day and by night, whatever the weather conditions. It’s also a fantastic show for the fans. This year it will be even better for us, Polish fans, because we will have two teams from Poland and six Polish drivers. I’m happy I’ll be able to witness their rivalry first-hand at the greatest races, from the 24 Heures Motos at Le Mans to the Suzuka 8 Hours, with all the people watching Motowizja.”

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