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I love how ALMS turned around from what they said sooner this year. They said it would be casted live on ALMS website and ESPN3. What they forgot to tell everyone is that its only free and live on the ALMS site IF your outside the US. So I dont have ESPN3, so Im fucked. Thanks ALMS.
You forgot to mention Old Boone as the photographer ;)http://www.flickr.com/photos/old_boone/
I didn't see the previous post sorry ;)
Yahoo for Xbox Live and its free ESPN3 subscription!
Not sure how I'm going to watch this since I live in the US and don't have ESPN3. Any one else in the same boat and have any suggestions as to where to watch
Are you sure qualifying is on espn3.com today? The site only shows the race tomorrow.
I also noticed no mention of qualifying on the site but it definitely is today
Unavailable for those outside of the US it seems. One of the requirement is being on an internet provider that is linked with espn3.com, even through Xbox Live.I understand there are commercial needs with this, but why must they be so ethnocentric?
ESPN3 is only available through certain internet providers, but it is free to people who use those particular internet providers. It's also free to anyone signing up with a .edu or .mil email address. You can watch online or you can use an Xbox 360 to stream to your hdtv.It's just a US-based channel, that doesn't make it "ethnocentric." It has to do with international broadcast rights. It is streamed live on americanlemans.com outside the US. Also, guys, it is broadcast in the US on ESPN2 and ABC (on Sunday), so you're only screwed if you don't have TV or internet, and you're not a student.
I wanted to watch it at work tomorrow and ESPN3 will not allow it to stream on a wireless card. BOOO to ESPN3.
If you don't get ESPN3, listen up. Sign up for an att.net e-mail address, and then sign into espn3 with that address with AT&T as your provider, and voila.
Wow, very nice. I just watched all the qualifying. I was afraid that they wouldn't let me watch replays, but lo and behold they did. This is the first time in a long time that the cable companies are actually doing something right. I hope more race programing becomes available like this. I'd even pay a buck or two per race.
Epic fail @ ALMS. No tv = less people. ESPN3 is NOT an even alternative. The video and audio quality is much poorer, the resolution is lower, and the artifacts make it painful to watch, even when you do luck into a spot of no buffering.
II have to agree with Marc, it's just sad that a classic like the 12 hours of Sebring is relegated to tape delayed highlights. Still, better online than nothing.
Matt you are a genius! Thank you! So far, Im not too impressed with the quality of the coverage. Typical ESPN race coverage.