Airspeeder has announced a two-year broadcast content deal with Fox Sports Australia that will bring exclusive, “flying car racing” content to audiences across Australia.
According to a statement on the company web site the deal is a “validation point for our challenger sport and the eVTOL industry as we land this first direct content deal. These content strands aim to educate fans in how motorsport will help drive innovation in new forms of mobility, specifically single-seater flying machines.
“Under the agreement there will be four content series shown over two years on Fox Sports which is available on Foxtel and streaming service, Kayo Sports, and Aurora Media Worldwide will executive produce a Road to Flying Car Racing documentary, to give audiences a behind-the-scenes look.
“The new programming lineup features highlights from the first Airspeeder EXA Series Race in South Australia, a “Finding Extreme Pilots Series,” and “How to Build a Flying Car” series looking at how these eVTOL vehicles are built, devised for Australia’s more established motorsport technology fans. The 30-minute shows target a technology, sci-fi and electric motorsport aware audience with a passion for futurism and a deep love of behind-the-scenes jeopardy.”
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