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V Sport Motor
CountryUnited Kingdom
Broadcast areaSweden
NetworkV Sport
Picture format16:9 (576i, SDTV), HDTV
OwnerViaplay Group
Sister channelsV Sport Golf
V Sport Norway
V Sport Sweden
V Hockey
Launched17 October 2008
ReplacedViasat Sport 3
Closed2017 (Norway)
2018 (Baltic countries)
Replaced byViasport 3 (Norway)
Former namesViasat Motor (2008-2020)
WebsiteViasat Motor (in Norwegian)
Viasat Motor (in Swedish)

V Sport Motor is a Swedish motorsport channel that launched on 17 October 2008.[1]

Events broadcast on the channel include Formula One, NASCAR, IndyCar, GP2, WRC, European Rallycross Championship, Formula 1 boat, Offshore Class 1, 24 hours of Nürburgring and MotoGP.

In 2020, the channel's name was changed from Viasat Motor to V Sport Motor.

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  • Janne Blomqvist (Sweden)
  • Eje Elgh (Sweden)
  • Ted Westerfors (Sweden)
  • Frida Nordstrand (Sweden)
  • Henka Gustafsson (Sweden)
  • Hubbe Berg (Sweden)
  • Johan Stigefeldt (Sweden)
  • Niklas Jihde (Sweden)
  • Thomas Nilsson (Sweden)
  • Tobias Lyon (Sweden)
  • Atle Gulbrandsen (Norway)
  • Thomas Schie (Norway)
  • Henning Isdal (Norway)
  • Stein Pettersen (Norway)
  • Stein Rømmerud (Norway)
  • Dag Steinar Sundby (Norway)


  1. ^ "MTG: NEW SPORTS CHANNEL LINE-UP IN SWEDEN AND NORWAY" (Press release). MTG. 2008-10-06. Retrieved 2008-10-29.

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