From round four of the SUPERFUND Euro 3000 Championship in Monza, Italy which takes place on 27 June 2004, television viewers across Russia, CIS and the Baltic States will be able to see the races live on the 7TV channel.

7TV will be the fifth international television channel to broadcast the SUPERFUND Euro 3000 Championship live bringing the race action to a potential 25.8 million viewers. Television audiences in over 15 countries
across Europe and Scandinavia are already able to watch the action live on DSF, Motors TV, TV Sport
Romania and Viasat Sport 2.

Through live, ‘as-live’ and highlights programmes, over 400 million potential viewers are able to follow the
SUPERFUND Euro 3000 series. Highlights programmes are also shown on Speed Channel (USA), Sky Sports (UK), ESPN (Pan-Asia), Sky Italia and other national and international networks.

To bring the series to the widest possible audience, the race action is also broadcast live on the web on For round 3 of the Championship in Jerez, Spain on Sunday 6th June, 1016 fans from across the globe logged on to see the race action live. A further 200 web users queued to enter the site.

Throughout the Championship, live data and action from 16 television cameras is streamed in real time directly to the web and accompanied by live commentary from each circuit.

SUPERFUND Euro 3000 is an international Formula race series with 460 HP. Graduates of the series, such as current F1 racers Felipe Massa and Gianmaria Bruni, are examples of the series’ potential.

The winner of the SUPERFUND Euro 3000 series will be awarded a Formula 1 Super Licence and a F1 test drive.
Top three drivers in each race are awarded €10 000, €5 000 and €3 000 respectively.

For further information:
SUPERFUND Euro 3000 Media Office
Julia Wurz • Julia Harrison
Tel: + 377 9777 1177
Fax: + 377 9777 1178
Mobile: + 33 6 70 18 53 75