Progressive American Flat Track (AFT) announced that it has joined forces with FOX Sports with an all-new, multi-year agreement that will further expand the visibility of the world’s premier dirt track motorcycle racing series.
Building upon the momentum the series has enjoyed in recent seasons, the collaboration with FOX Sports is one that promises to grow viewership and draw in new fans.
“Progressive American Flat Track is America’s original extreme sport. Every race delivers thrilling on-track action, captivating storylines and engaging personalities that resonate with viewers,” said Gene Crouch, chief operating officer of American Flat Track. “FOX Sports is the ideal teammate to help us tell the next chapter of the Progressive AFT story, and we are thrilled to join the FOX Sports family.”
Starting with the upcoming 2022 Progressive AFT season, coverage from each race will air in one-hour telecasts on FS1 (with additional windows on FS2), where the series joins a powerhouse motorsports line-up and a long list of world class sporting events.
“FOX Sports audiences will appreciate the jaw-dropping skill and non-stop adrenaline rush of Progressive American Flat Track racing,” said Bill Wanger, FOX Sports executive vice president, head of programming and scheduling. “The series is a fantastic addition to our motorsports lineup.”
Additional information, including the details about the on-air commentary team and complete television schedule on FOX Sports, will be released as it becomes available.
Progressive AFT will kick off the 2022 season with a Daytona Bike Week doubleheader on March 10-11 at Volusia Speedway Park.
To purchase tickets to events or to learn more about America’s original extreme sport, visit https://www.americanflattrack.com.