2015 season of Mobil 1 The Grid to air on the CNBC network in India
Stepping into its seventh season this year, the popular motorsport show, Mobil 1 The Grid will be aired on the CNBC network throughout 2015. The 21 episodes will be aired bi weekly and the local airtimes, dates as well as exclusive content can be viewed on grid1.tv. Given the pre-season excitement, fans can stay abreast with all the action in the world of motorsports, be it Formula 1 or NASCAR.
In addition to the TV show, a new Youtube channel will also be launched that will feature exclusive on and off track coverage by dedicated correspondents. Motorsports fans can also log on to the grid1.tv website to view special features and highlights.
Speaking about the extended content, Rebecca Pearson, global brand manager, passenger vehicle lubricants, at ExxonMobil said, "For more than 40 years, Exxon Mobil has worked to enhance the Mobil 1 technology that supports race teams around the world competing in some of the most demanding environments. Mobil 1 The Grid is just one way our team not only showcases the Mobil brand's involvement in motorsport but also provides fans with an in-depth, behind-the-wheel look at racing action from around the globe."
She also adds saying, "This year we're especially excited to introduce a suite of expanded Mobil 1 The Grid content including a new Mobil 1 The Grid Youtube page and online articles from Mobil 1 The Grid exclusive correspondents that will be featured on grid1.tv."
Mobil 1 The Grid will be aired in India from March 7, 2015 onwards on CNBC-TV18 and from March 8, 2015 on CNBC -TV 18 Prime HD and CNBC Awaaz as well.
Mobil 1 The Grid Returns for Seventh Season
|All 21 Mobil 1 The Grid episodes will be broadcast biweekly through 2015. Local airtimes and dates, as well as exclusive news, features and videos, can be found online at http://www.grid1.tv/. "For more than 40 years ExxonMobil has worked to enhance the Mobil 1 technology that supports race teams around the world competing in some of the most demanding environments," said Rebecca Pearson, global brand manager, passenger vehicle lubricants at ExxonMobil. "Mobil 1 The Grid is just one way our team not only showcases the Mobil brand's involvement in motorsports but also provides fans with an in-depth, behind-the-wheel look at racing action from around the globe." "This year we're especially excited to introduce a suite of expanded Mobil 1 The Grid content including a new Mobil 1 The Grid YouTube page and online articles from Mobil 1 The Grid exclusive correspondents that will be featured on Grid1.TV," added Pearson. The four Mobil 1 The Grid exclusive correspondents, Jennie Gow, Lee Spencer, and Craig Scarborough, will specifically cover Grand Prix, NASCAR and Technology, respectively. All articles will publish on Grid1.TV. The new Mobil 1 The Grid YouTube channel will showcase driver and team profiles, behind-the-scenes stories and features on the technology that helps race teams compete. Airing since 2008 in partnership with Sunset & Vine, a leading global sports television distribution and production company, Mobil 1 The Grid features a dynamic mix of content focusing on the world's most famous race teams and a number of global amateur and grassroots racing programs and circuits. To view Mobil 1 The Grid behind-the-wheel content, visit the Mobil 1 The Grid YouTube page. Special features from previous seasons of Mobil 1 The Grid are also available on Grid1.tv. Additionally, interviews and highlights from Mobil 1 The Grid and other Mobil 1 events can be found on the Mobil 1 Facebook page.|
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