All Latin America will be able to enjoy the action of Formula E thanks to the media agreement made by the maximum competition of electric single-seaters and Claro Sport, which includes the transmission of all the races of season 7.
Argentina, Brazil, Chile, Colombia, Costa Rica, Dominican Republic, Ecuador, El Salvador, Guatemala, Honduras, Mexico, Nicaragua, Panama, Paraguay, Peru and Uruguay are the Latin American and Central American countries that will be able to see the sessions live qualifiers, as well as three special post-ePrix programs.
Claro Sport and Claro Video are the platforms in charge of providing coverage in Spanish for on-demand content in a key year for Formula E, which opens as the FIA World Championship.
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“Claro Sport always strives to bring the excitement of sports and the next generation to fans throughout Latin America, and this agreement with Formula E is certainly going to achieve that. Undoubtedly this edition number seven is ideal to start bringing to our audiences all the action, contact and excitement of racing, pure entertainment of this truly unpredictable electric category,” Joe Aboumrad, Chief of Claro Sport.
It is important to mention that the agreement was signed prior to the double event disputed on April 23 and 24 at the ePrix in Valencia, Spain.
The next two rounds of the championship in question will be held in Monaco on May 8 and Puebla Mexico between June 19 and 20. This last region will see for the first time the velocity of FE.
Also via Youtube
Through the web portal www.marcaclaro.com or the Youtube Channel, Marca Claro, users from almost all over the world will be able to follow Formula E, an extremely important step that will help attract Spanish-speaking audiences on all continents.
Written by | Osward Rubio