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|Launched||1 September 2000|
|Owned by||Motorsport Network|
|Picture format||576i (16:9) (SDTV)
0.03% (September 2015 , BARB)
|Language||Dutch, English, French, German, Greek, Portuguese, Spanish|
|Formerly called||Motors TV (2000-2017)|
|Sky (UK & Ireland)||Channel 447|
|NOVA Greece||Channel 313|
|Canal Digital (Finland)||Channel 65|
|Virgin Media (UK)||Channel 545|
|WightFibre (UK)||Channel 38|
|UPC Romania||Channel 207 (digital with DVR)
Channel 77 (digital)
|UPC Poland||Channel 572|
|Get AS (Norway)||Channel 76|
|Ziggo (Netherlands)||Channel 413|
|Hot (Israel)||Channel 59|
|Telenet Digital TV (Belgium)||Channel 213 (Flanders)
Channel 624 (Brussels)
|Numericable (Belgium)||Channel TBA|
|Telenet (Belgium)||Check your local listings at zenders.be|
|Delta NV (Netherlands)||Channel TBA|
|Caiway (Netherlands)||Channel 76|
|CAI Harderwijk (Netherlands)||Channel 153|
|Kabel Noord (Netherlands)||Channel TBA|
Motorsport.tv is a Pan-European digital television channel dedicated to motorsport. Launched in 2000 as Motors TV, it broadcasts an extensive range of national and international racing series featuring cars, motorbikes, boats and aircraft. Its premier championships include the World Rally Championship, the FIA World Endurance Championship, United SportsCar Championship, Australian Supercars Championship, British Formula Three and a host of FIM-sanctioned motorcycle competitions. It is broadcast 24 hours a day, 7 days a week across Europe.
The channel launched as Motors TV in France in September 2000. The English version of Motors TV began broadcasting in March 2001. Since then it has grown in both viewership and series featured, adding premier international events such as the World Rally Championship, Bathurst 1000, Petit Le Mans and Daytona 24 Hours.
Throughout its existence the channel has featured a wide variety of car racing, including single-seaters, touring cars, prototypes, GTs and rally competition. More recently it has shown an increased commitment to motorcycle racing, adding live coverage of the Spanish and Italian championships to its schedules in 2011. In addition to circuit competitions it has also established itself as the home of motocross, with the World MX Championships, America's AMA Motocross and several supercross series now screening live on the channel.
As well as four-wheel Motors TV also covers categories as diverse as the sea-based Ocean Grand Prix, aerobatics, New Zealnd's JetSprints series and various radio controlled car competitions.
In addition to sporting events the channel also broadcasts magazine programmes such as Inside Grand Prix, Build or Bust and Best of Crash.
On 20 January 2015, Motors TV announced that they would start broadcasting in the Pan-American regions on 28 January 2015. 
On 1 March 2017, Motors TV got rebranded to become Motorsport.tv. There will be a launch of an HD channel and the station will be available via desktop, mobile, tablet, streaming devices, gaming consoles, connected televisions to set-top devices such as Apple TV, Amazon Fire & Roku.
Formula Renault 3.5 Series, British Formula Three, Superleague Formula, Formula Two, European F3 Open, Eurocup Formula Renault 2.0, Grand Prix de Pau, Inside Grand Prix, GP3 Series, British Formula Ford
Endurance and GT
IMSA, European Le Mans Series, FIA World Endurance Championship, International GT Open, GT Cup, ADAC GT Masters, FIA GT3, Blancpain Endurance Series, Britcar, British GT, Dutch Supercar Challenge, Ferrari Challenge Europe, Porsche Supercup, Superstars GT Sprint, Bathurst 12 Hours, Dubai 24 Hours, Malaysia Merdeka Endurance Race, Le Mans Classic, Spa 24 Hours, Belcar, GT4 European Cup, SPEED Euro Series
Rally and rallycross
World Rally Championship, European Rally Championship, Red Bull Global Rallycross, Rallycross Challenge Europe, Rallye International du Valais, British Historic Rally Championship, British Rallycross Championship, French Rallycross Championship, Irish Tarmac Rally Championship, Irish National Rally Championship, Irish Forest Rally Championship, MSA Asphalt Rally Championship, Finnish F-Cup Rally, Belgian Rally, Asia-Pacific Rally Championship, Canadian Rally Championship
Motorcycle, motocross and supercross
Italian Superbike Championship, Spanish Motorcycle Championship, FIM Motocross World Championship, Supercross de Bercy, AMA Motocross, AMA Supercross, FIM X-Trial World Championship, Night of the Jumps, Endurance FIM World Championship
The Super 1 British Karting Championships
The series where Formula 1 drivers in the UK and beyond start their racing careers from 8 years of age. The production team filming each round of the series were the first in the world in 2014 to start using a 4k radio controlled drone camera to film each televised round on a regular basis, flown by a licensed CAA pilot, capturing spectacular aerial views of the racing. Coulthard, McNish, Franchitti, Button, Hamilton, Di Resta and Stevens (amongst others) have come through this championship.
VAGTrophy, NASCAR Xfinity Series, Race of Champions, BRSCC Porsche Championship, Lotus Cup Europe, FIA European Truck Racing Championship, D1 Grand Prix, Formula D, JDM Allstars, King of Europe Drift Series, EFRA European Championships, FIA/UEM European Dragster Championship, UK Karting, Fun Cup (UK), Mitjet Series, Santa Pod Extravaganza, LOORRS, Andros Trophy, Asian Festival of Speed, Full Throttle Middle East, UAE National Race Days, Malaysian Super Series, Autograss
Since 2010 the Motors TV website has carried blogs for a number of top-line racing drivers charting the highs and lows of the sport. International stars such as Le Mans winner David Brabham and DTM champion Gary Paffett are both amongst the regular contributors, whilst rising talents Alexander Rossi, William Buller and Scott Malvern have recorded their efforts to reach the pinnacle of the sport. More recently the British Women Racing Drivers Club (BWRDC) has added a strong presence, with blogs from several club members.