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NBC to broadcast W Series in US

W Series has announced a new partnership with NBC Sports to broadcast the entirety of the series' inaugural season in the United States. Fans in the U.S. will now be able to watch all the season's races thanks to this new broadcast deal with one of the nation's leading broadcasters. The new deal includes six, one-hour encore presentations of W Series races, broadcast in HD by NBC Sports, one of the nation's best known and most popular cable channels – to approximately 70 per cent of the total population. This partnership will provide over 80 million U.S. households access to W Series racing in its first season. 'We are making history each time our W Series drivers - 20 of the world's...
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