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The Indy Lights broadcast team is led by veteran play-by-play and radio announcer Kevin Lee, reporter for NBCSN’s coverage of the NTT IndyCar Series. Adding color commentary is Anders “The Viking” Krohn. Krohn made 16 Indy Lights starts during the 2010 – 2012 seasons and is now active on the racing front with CoForce International, which provides racing and corporate development services. Katie Hargitt handles pit lane reporting duties.


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All Indy Lights races are carried live on the Advance Auto Parts INDYCAR Radio Network to Sirius XM Satellite Radio,, and the INDYCAR app.  Nick Yeoman handles the role as announcer for the network alongside driver analyst Anders Krohn, with Dave Furst, Jake Query, Ryan Myrehn and Joel Sebastianelli rotating on pit lane and in the turns. Rob Howden, owner of Howden Media Group and the voice of the Road to Indy (serving as PA announcer and ceremonies host for the three ladder series), returns as the main pit reporter.



ESPN International holds the broadcast rights to the Indy Lights Series. Races will air on these networks in the following countries:


ESPN – Argentina, Bolivia, Chile, Colombia, Costa Rica, Dominican Republic, Ecuador, El Salvador, Guatemala, Honduras, Mexico, Nicaragua, Panama, Paraguay, Peru, Uruguay and Venezuela

SPEED – Australia

SKY SPORT – New Zealand


All races feature worldwide live streaming shows on,, RoadToIndy.TV and the RoadToIndy.TV App including pre- and post-race coverage. Additional coverage such as post-race press conferences and special events will be streamed on RoadToIndy.TV and the RoadToIndy.TV App.

The popular RoadToIndy.TV continue to provide behind-the-scenes content, race recap episodes, special features, live streaming and live shows of Road to Indy on and off-track activities.

In 2016, the Road to Indy became the first American racing series with a dedicated broadcast channel on demand via Apple TV, Amazon Fire, Roku and, most recently, the Xbox One Official App.