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INDY LIGHTS PRESENTED BY COOPER TIRES

NBCSN will air one-hour telecasts of all Indy Lights Presented by Cooper Tires events. All shows will be produced by IMS Productions.

The Indy Lights broadcast team will be led by veteran play-by-play and radio announcer Kevin Lee, reporter for the NBCSN’s coverage of the Verizon IndyCar Series. Adding color commentary will be 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 will handle pit lane reporting duties.

NBCSN 2018 TELEVISION SCHEDULE – BROADCAST TIMES TO BE ANNOUNCED

Date Race Location Air Date/ Time
March 9-11
Streets of St. Petersburg St. Petersburg, FL
April 20-22 Barber Motorsports Park Birmingham, AL
May 10-12 Indianapolis Motor Speedway Indianapolis, IN
May 25 Indianapolis Motor Speedway (oval) Indianapolis, IN
June 22-24 Road America Elkhart Lake, WI
July 7-8
Iowa Speedway Newton, IA
July 13-15 Streets of Toronto Toronto, ON, Canada
July 27-29
Mid-Ohio Sports Car Course Lexington, OH
August 24-25 Gateway Motorsports Park Madison, IL
August 31-Sept. 2
Portland International Raceway
Portland, OR
 
 
IMS Radio Network

IMS RADIO NETWORK

All Indy Lights races will be carried live on the Advance Auto Parts INDYCAR Radio Network to Sirius XM Satellite Radio, IndyCar.com, IndyCarRadio.com and the INDYCAR app from Verizon. With Mark Jaynes graduating to become the lead announcer for the Verizon IndyCar Series, longtime pit reporter Nick Yeoman takes over the role as announcer for the network alongside driver analyst Davey Hamilton. Rob Howden, owner of Howden Media Group, who is the “official” voice of the Mazda Road to Indy (serving as PA announcer and ceremonies host for the three ladder series), handles the pit reporting duties.

ESPN INTERNATIONAL

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

SPORTSNET – Canada

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

 ROAD TO INDY TV

All races will feature worldwide live streaming shows on indycar.com, indylights.com, 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 will continue to provide behind-the-scenes content, race recap episodes, special features, live streaming and live shows of Mazda Road to Indy on and off-track activities.

In 2016, the Mazda 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.