MotoAmerica Announces TV Talent For 2020

Press Release | February 10, 2020

Greg White, Jason Pridmore and Hannah Lopa To Lead The Crew Again

Irvine, CA (February 10, 2020) – MotoAmerica is pleased to announce that all six members of its team of TV, live streaming and on-track announcing talent are returning to the fold for the 2020 MotoAmerica season.

This is a press release from MotoAmerica…

MotoAmerica Announces TV Talent For 2020. Greg White, Jason Pridmore and Hannah Lopa To Lead The Crew Again
Hannah Lopa will again be joined by Greg White, Jason Pridmore, Robbie Floyd, Michael Hill and Jonathan Green as the talent for MotoAmerica’s TV and live-streaming platforms for the 2020 series. Photo by Paul Carruthers.

The talented trio of lead analyst Greg White, color commentator Jason Pridmore and pit reporter Hannah Lopa are returning for what promises to be an exciting season of live MotoAmerica Superbike racing on FOX Sports 2, with Lopa doing double duty as the host of NBC Sports’ Inside MotoAmerica.

MotoAmerica Live+, the live streaming and on-demand service, will feature a combination of the six with Michael Hill, Robbie Floyd and Jonathan Green joining the fray with both on- and-off track commentary throughout the season.

“We’re obviously very happy with the team of talent we have in place again for our sixth year of MotoAmerica,” said MotoAmerica President Wayne Rainey. “All the pieces fit in nicely with our FOX Sports 2 live show, our Inside MotoAmerica feature-based show on NBC Sports and, of course, our MotoAmerica Live+ streaming service. It’s great to have the same group in place as our fans are comfortable with them and they all know the series, the teams and the riders very well, which allows them to relay more and more valuable information to our fans. We know that 2020 is going to be our best year yet and we look forward to doing it with the same six broadcasters from last season.”

“I think it’s great that we have the same team together again for the 2020 MotoAmerica season,” Greg White said. “We all work well together and being able to continue to build on what we already have is key. All of us are really looking forward to the coming season. There will be a lot of new storylines and the racing promises to be top-notch as always.”

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2020 MotoAmerica Series Schedule

April 3-5:  Circuit of the Americas — Austin, Texas
April 17-19:  Michelin Raceway Road Atlanta — Braselton, Georgia
May 1-3:  Virginia International Raceway — Alton, Virginia
May 29-31:  Road America — Elkhart Lake, Wisconsin
June 26-28:  The Ridge Motorsports Park — Shelton, Washington
July 10-12:  WeatherTech Raceway Laguna Seca — Monterey, California
August 7-9:  Pittsburgh International Race Complex — Wampum, Pennsylvania
August 21-23:  Indianapolis Motor Speedway — Indianapolis, Indiana
September 11-13:  New Jersey Motorsports Park — Millville, New Jersey
September 18-20:  Barber Motorsports Park — Birmingham, Alabama

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