SEASON TWO OF “F4 U.S. CHAMPIONSHIP TODAY” CONFIRMED FOR 2017
First footage captured during series test in NOLA
INDIANAPOLIS (March 7, 2017) – Just two months after the season one finale of “F4 U.S. Championship Today” premiered, several national and international networks have picked-up season two of the seven-episode show that follows the Formula 4 United States Championship Powered by Honda series.
“Carolina Production Group couldn’t be more pleased to get the second season of the F4 U.S. Championship underway. Filming has already started with the first official series test at NOLA Motorsports Park,” said Carolina Production Group’s award-winning motorsports broadcaster and host of “F4 U.S. Championship Today” Rick Benjamin “We’ll be covering all the action for the season two premiere of “F4 US Championship Today”. We know that with the quality of both returning and new race teams, along with a terrific group of young drivers and veterans, the racing will be even tougher! I’m looking forward to hosting the second season of our show and showcasing this important new racing series.”
The full second season will air on national cable and broadcast networks like MAV TV, Rev’N TV, The Action Channel, Tuff TV Network, Altitude Sports and Untamed Sports TV. It will air regionally in Los Angeles on FOTV USA and in Wisconsin on WIFS TV57.
“F4 U.S. Championship Today” will also makes its international television debut in 2017 airing in the Caribbean Islands and Canada on Caribvision.
The networks are available on DirecTV, Dish Network and AT&T U-verse, making the program accessible to millions of households across the United States.
Additional networks, airdates and times for season two will be added at a later date.
The first season of “F4 U.S Championship” gained an estimated 1.7 million viewers per episode.
Season one reruns can be watched Thursdays at 1 p.m. ET on MAV TV or on F4USChampionship.com.