The FIM are delighted to announce a new Pay-Per-View broadcast deal with Tapes Up Productions for the 2022 FIM Long Track World Championship.  The UK-based company have a long-term involvement in the discipline, having first produced official coverage of the series in 2013, and they have captured all of the action in five subsequent events, including the title deciders at Rzeszów in 2020 and 2021.

For 2022, Tapes Up Productions will produce a series of shows broadcast online as ‘Video on Demand’ in the days after each event, including interviews and full coverage of every race.  The voice of FIM TV, Alex Raby, will provide the race commentary as he did on the FIM’s own in-house live stream production of the 2018 Long Track World Championship.

This coverage will be carried on the newly-launched Tapes Up TV, which will be gradually expanded in the coming weeks to include the company’s archive productions from across the track racing world, and new content including live stream coverage from selected events later in the year.

This new deal was penned shortly before the recent FIM Long Track of Nations held in Herxheim, where hosts Germany claimed victory after a tie in a Grand Final that was settled by less than half a wheel.  Tapes Up TV’s team were in attendance and all of the racing from the afternoon is already available to view online at

The 2022 FIM Long Track World Championship gets underway with Final One in Poland on 18th June and the team are again looking forward to providing their exclusive coverage of the event.

Racing in Rzeszow starts on Saturday at 17.00 local time follow the live timing HERE

FIM Communications & Tapes Up TV