IMPORTANT: Allisports Announces “Silverlight” TechnologyFriday, May 18, 2012 | 7:40 PM
Allisports.com has just announced a new package where you can check out different angles, and highlight clips that you can watch as the races are going on. Check out the official press release below.
1st motos will be televised live on FUEL TV again this year. Tune in starting at 4pm ET (1pm local time at Hangtown) for the coverage of the 450 Class, followed by the 250 Class.
For those without FUEL TV, both races will be streamed live on AlliSports.com. You can watch the live stream starting at 4:00pm ET. The live stream will run through the 1st motos in the 450 and 250 classes, and then - as an added bonus - will also feature the 2nd moto of WMX immediately after.
New this year, we have a brand-new player with an alternate camera angle and replayable highlights. We hope that motocross fans across the world enjoy the enhanced experience!
Now in order to run the new player, you will have to download a plug-in for your web browser called Microsoft Silverlight (CLICK HERE). We recommend downloading Microsoft Silverlight (CLICK HERE) ahead of time to make sure you don't encounter any issues on Saturday. The following browsers currently support Silverlight:
- 32-bit Internet Explorer 7, 8, 9 for Windows (2003, XP SP2 or greater, Vista, and Windows 7)
- 64-bit Internet Explorer 9 for Windows 7 SP1
- Firefox 3.6+ for Windows (2003, XP SP2 or greater, Vista, and Windows 7) and Macintosh (Intel only)
- Safari 4+ for Macintosh (Intel only)
- Chrome 12+ for Windows (2003, XP SP2 or greater, Vista, and Windows 7)
Fans in other countries will also be able to catch the live stream on AlliSports.com. The race starts at 4pm Eastern Standard Time in the USA, and if you are unsure what time that is in your timezone, visit this website to figure out your local time.
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