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Brother Rally NZ on SKY Sport and free-to-air on Prime

Media Alert June 12

Brother Rally New Zealand on SKY Sport and free-to-air on Prime

SKY Sport is pleased to be screening the Brother Rally New Zealand from June 22nd across the SKY Sport channels in what will be the seventh round of the FIA World Rally Championship for 2012.

Prime is also delighted to confirm free-to-air delayed highlights from each day of competition as the world’s top rally drivers battle it out over nearly 210km of competitive stages.

Follow every twist and turn on this highly anticipated event over roads in the Auckland, Northland, Kaipara, Raglan and Te Akau.

Citroen’s Sebastian Loeb will be looking to further his stronghold on the championship leader board and Ford’s Jari-Matti Latvala will be equally as keen to repeat his 2010 win on New Zealand soil, promising for some nail biting action on our sweeping, rollercoaster roads. And in the FIA Super 2000 World Rally Championship, we’ll be joining fans from around the country to cheer on local star Hayden Paddon.

SKY Broadcast details:
Day 1 June 22
SKY Sport 2 Highlights 11.30pm

Day 2 June 23
SKY Sport 3 LIVE 8.30am-11.00am (3 stages) SKY Sport 3 LIVE 12.30pm-1.00pm (service)
SKY Sport 3 LIVE 2.00pm-4.00pm (4 stages) SKY Sport 2 Highlights 11.30pm
Day 3 June 24
SKY Sport 1 LIVE 9.00am-2.00pm (7 stages) SKY Sport 2 LIVE 3.30pm-4.30pm Ceremonial Finish
SKY Sport 1 Highlights 11.00pm

All Brother Rally New Zealand coverage on the SKY Sport channels will also stream LIVE on iSKY with the added bonus of 25 minute daily highlights featuring on both iSKY and the SKY Sport Highlights Channel (SKY channel 033) to ensure viewers don’t miss a moment of the action. The live coverage on SKY Sport is brought to viewers in association with Skoda NZ (The car that powers Hayden Paddon).

Prime Broadcast Details:
Day 1 June 22 Highlights 11.30pm

Day 2 June 24 Highlights 12.15am

Day 3 June 24 Highlights 11.50pm

Brother Rally New Zealand on both SKY Sport and free-to-air Prime from June 22.
Due to the nature of live sport, times are subject to change. Please check your EPG for details.


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