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  All Indy Lights races will be broadcast live and on demand in the United States on NBC Sports Gold as part of the INDYCAR Pass package. Outside of the U.S., all races will be live streamed on, and the Road to Indy TV App. All Indy Lights practice and qualifying sessions will be live streamed globally on the above platforms.  

The NBC Sports Gold shows will be hosted by veteran sports anchor, reporter and radio announcer Jake Query and Anders “The Viking” Krohn, who made 16 Indy Lights starts during the 2010 - 2012 seasons and is now active on the racing front with CoForce International, which provides racing and corporate development services. Pit lane duties will be handled by Katie Hargitt, who has served as a pit lane reporter for the NTT IndyCar Series.

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All Indy Lights races are carried live on the Advance Auto Parts INDYCAR Radio Network to Sirius XM Satellite Radio,, and the INDYCAR app. 




Road to Indy TV returns for its sixth year of providing behind-the-scenes access to all competitors on the Road to Indy. The 2019 season will continue to see further enrichments with more coverage delivered directly to fans including live content on race weekends. 
In addition to full post-race highlight shows, Season 6 will now see sections of the shows posted on social media every other day in the week following a race with the full episode available on the Road To Indy TV App, website and dedicated broadcast channels. 
A new partnership between Road to Indy TV and Presented by Cooper Tires – which provides dedicated coverage of the Road to Indy – will be an integral part of the shows, bringing new storylines and programming including a new “False Grid” podcast that will help fans learn more about drivers on the Road to Indy in addition to the latest news for each series.
In 2016, the Road to Indy became the first American racing series with a dedicated broadcast channel on demand. The channel is currently available on Apple TV, Amazon Fire and Roku. It is also the first open-wheel series to have an official app on Xbox One. 
The Road To Indy TV App as well as the Road to Indy arcade-style game are available as free downloads at the App Store (iPhones) and Google Play (Android) for mobile phones and tablets.