MONACO (Principality of Monaco) 15 March 2024  – Infront Moto Racing is delighted to announce that the Catalonian television channel TV3 has agreed to broadcast the entire WMX Women’s Motocross World Championship, completely LIVE as they did in 2023.

The first round of WMX is on Spanish soil, at Intu-Xanadu-Arroyomolinos on the 23rd & 24th of March as part of the MXGP of Spain.  The third round will also take place within the country, at Lugo for the MXGP of Galicia on the 11th & 12th of May. The WMX World Championship will be broadcasted LIVE on Esport3 and the digital platform 3Cat.

Last season saw Spanish racer Daniela Guillen, who just turned 18 on the 2nd of March this year, win the opening round of the season in Sardegna, and finish on the podium in five of the six rounds in total to claim 2nd in the Championship behind the much more experienced Courtney Duncan.  She finished third overall in her home Grand Prix last year after winning the second heat there in 2022 as a 16-year-old WMX rookie.

TV3 is part of the 3Cat Television group, which attracted more than 7 million spectators to view its portfolio of channels - TV3, 324, ESPORT3, 33 and SX3 – during 2023. This figure represents 93% of the Catalonian population over 4 years old. 

Every day, 1.9 millions of Catalonian spectators connect with any of the 3Cat channels. This figure represents 26% of the Catalonian audience. Monthly, this figure rises up to 4.7 Catalonian (63% of the population). 

TV3 viewers are sure to experience the excitement of watching their local rider push for World Championship glory throughout 2024!



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