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2013 Pirelli World Challenge schedule announced

NBC Sports will be airing the series

Toni Avery
Mar 18, 2013

For 2013 the Pirelli World Challenge season has moved from Speed TV and will be aired on NBC Sports Network.

The races will run either 90min or two-hour programing on Saturday or Sunday. Not only will this season of PWC air on NBC Sports, but a two-year broadcast agreement has been signed with WC Vision, so the 2013 and 2014 seasons will also air on that network.

Announcing the race will be commentators Greg Creamer and Calvin Fish, providing play-by-play commentary, while Ashley van Dyke and Jeff Lepperwill provide pitlane coverage as well as pre- and post-race segments with the other two presenters.

2013 Pirelli World Challenge Championships schedule:

Streets of St Petersburg Sunday, April 7 at 12:30pm
Streets of Long Beach Sunday May 5 at 2pm
Circuit of the Americas/Streets of Detroit Sunday June 16 at 5pm
Lime Rock Park Saturday July 20 at 4pm
Streets of Toronto/Mid-Ohio Sports Car Couse Saturday August 17 at 1pm
Sonoma Raceway Sunday September 8 at 3:30pm
Streets of Houston Sunday October 20 at 4pm
For more info visit: www.world-challenge.com

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