MediaZone Moto Revvs up With LIVE Worldwide Coverage of the Red Bull FIM Motocross of Nations

the FIM Motocross World Championship and FIM Motocross of Nations commercial
rights holder, and MediaZone, a leading global online broadcaster, today
announced they will be offering LIVE and On Demand coverage of the 2007 Red
Bull FIM Motocross of Nations, set to take place in the scenic beauty of Budds
Creek, Maryland, this upcoming September 22-23, 2007. MediaZone Moto will
provide coverage of this premier “Olympics of Motocross,” the first time in 20
years this international event will take place in the

United States.


on their home turf will be renowned dare-devil riders Tim Ferry, Ryan Villopoto
and SX-MX legend Ricky Carmichael as they fiercely contest for the most
exclusive moto title in the world. Should Team USA be able to bring home
victory at Budds Creek, a likely possibility given that they hold the most wins
over Team Great Britain and Team Belgium, Carmichael has the chance to serve as
a three-time winner of the Chamberlain Trophy and join motocross legends, the
likes of Jeff Stanton and Jeff Emig. Comprising 35 teams for this event, other
world-class riders representing their countries will include MX1 World Champion
Steve Ramon, Kevin Strijbos, Ken De Dycker, Ben Townley, Chad Reed and MX2
World Champion Antonio Cairoli.

continues to set the bar in online sports broadcasting with the most riveting
MX event anticipated to date,” said Chris Ott, sports division director,
MediaZone. “Our unprecedented coverage of the Red Bull FIM Motocross of
Nations, FIM Motocross World Championship, FIM SuperMoto World Championships
and Minimoto SX has built a loyal fan base on MediaZone Moto, and now we are
proud to offer our valued customers even more highlights and interactive features
so that they feel as if they’re in the front row at the beginning of each epic
heat in Budds Creek Motocross Raceway.”

complete FIM Motocross & SuperMoto race seasons, which encompass the Red
Bull FIM Motocross of Nations event, is available exclusively online on
MediaZone Moto due to their long-term partnership with Youthstream.

“We are
very happy about the great work done by MediaZone and the very fair partnership,”
said Giuseppe Luongo, Youthstream President. “Together we have brought the Motocross
and SuperMoto to every home all over the world. The fans will enjoy receiving
the Red Bull FIM Motocross of Nations as we are already here on the circuit of
Budds Creek.”

“To host
this race is a lifetime dream. It is a pleasure seeing the AMA and FIM in
complete harmony working with Youthstream which has raised the standards of
professional Motocross and will hopefully introduce the

USA to a higher
level of professionalism in the presentation of racing,” said Jonathan Beasley,
Budds Creek organizer. “Through MediaZone, it’s good that the worldwide public
who cannot attend in person have the chance to watch history being made and the
retirement of Ricky Carmichael’s outdoor career.”

enthusiasts can experience the 2007 Red Bull FIM Motocross of Nations via the
MediaZone Moto channel with LIVE and On Demand coverage with feature highlights
from every race, rider bios, stats and courses and freestyle MX. MediaZone Moto
is offering a special promotion for the Motocross of Nations with an
of $19.99, or now through September 23rd avid fans can purchase the

Pass AND the 2008 FIM Season LIVE for
the low cost of $39.99 (coupon code MOTO3999 at check out). MediaZone Moto
channel annual subscription for $49.99 will include over 200 hours of LIVE and
On Demand racing such as the 2006 Minimoto SX archives, 2005-2007 FIM SuperMoto
and Motocross World Championships, and tv-produced highlights of the 2005-2006
FIM Motocross and SuperMoto GPs.

To learn
more about the 2007 Red Bull FIM Motocross of Nations as well as other upcoming
2007 FIM SuperMoto events, such as the final Grand Prix of the season in Greece
(October 21) available at MediaZone Moto go to: The
Official Guide of the FIM Motocross World Championship is also available for
download as well as information, photos and results online at

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