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Second Half of 2014 FIA WEC Sees Changes To TV and Radio

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The TV coverage of the final five races of the 2014 FIA WEC is set to see the establishment of a dedicated commentary team with Radio Show Limited’s John Hindhaugh and DSC Editor Graham Goodwin in the booth and at the track for Qualifying and the Six Hour races at the Circuit of the Americas, Fuji, Shanghai, Bahrain and Interlagos.

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Radio Le Mans coverage meanwhile will continue with a full team of very familiar names from the RLM stable on parade, online and free to air, for every race, available to listeners at home, on the move or indeed those without access to the bandwidth needed for stable video streaming.

Radio Show Ltd Managing Director Eve Hewitt said:

“We’re delighted that the Radiolemans.com WEC coverage will still be ‘Powered by NISMO’ with continued backing from our partners at Toyota, Audi and Porsche. That means we can continue to provide global free to air coverage of the FIA Word Endurance Championship on www.RadioLeMans.com. Our dedicated radio coverage will feature several of the familiar and expert voices that listeners have enjoyed on our WEC, Le Mans and ELMS coverage. The fanbase for the WEC has made it clear that they value our service and we’re working on plans to continue to provide comprehensive, free coverage into 2015 too

John Hindhaugh meanwhile said:

“The progress of the FIA World Endurance Championship is capturing the attention of fans new and old, and of the wider motorsports and automotive industries too. I’m delighted to have been asked to be the voice that brings the action to what everyone expects to be a large and growing TV audience.

Graham Goodwin added:

“The on-track action in the WEC this year has been stunning and I hope that we can bring a flavour of the enthusiasm that John and I both have for that to the audience with background comment and information that will add even further to the viewing experience.”