The Airspeeder electric flying car racing series has announced a two-year broadcast content deal with the Fox Sports Australia pay-TV network.
- Pay-TV network will air content series to educate fans on Airspeeder
- Content to be aired via Foxtel and Kayo Sports streaming platform
- Series' first piloted race set to be staged in 2024
- Deal covers highlights of Airspeeder's first-ever race
Context: Airspeeder is an electric vertical take-off and landing (VTOL) flying car racing series set to debut in 2024, having completed its first remotely piloted race last year in South Australia.
Comment: Stephen Sidlo, Airspeeder's head of media, said: “Airspeeder is at the forefront of flying car technology and we are excited to be working with Fox Sports Australia to bring the thrill of flying car racing to audiences across our home country of Australia. This two-year content partnership will give fans an unparalleled look into the future of motorsports and the technology that bridges futurism and real-world racing.”
Coming next: Ahead of its planned debut in 2024, Airspeeder wants to educate fans. All content will be in easily digestible 30-minute programmes, with a six-part series on the development of the series, as well as five-part series looking at finding pilots to compete in the competition and building the flying cars themselves.