Russia and CIS
|Owner||Discovery Networks CEEMEA|
|Sister channels||Discovery Channel |
|Launched||17 September 2013 (Poland)|
April 2016 (Middle East)
|Closed||1 January 2021 (Middle East)|
|Former names||Discovery Turbo Xtra (2013-2016)|
|UPC Romania||Channel 307|
|UPC Poland||Channel 305|
|beIN (MENA)||Channel 302|
|Platforma Canal+ (Poland)||Channel 117|
|Orange Polska||Channel 51|
DTX (previously known as Discovery Turbo Xtra) is a television channel focused on programming about cars owned by Discovery EMEA. It is a CEEMEA version of Discovery Turbo.
The channel was launched under the name Discovery Turbo Xtra to replace the European version of Discovery World, with the first launch in Poland on 17 September 2013.The channel roll-out in 2015 in Albania and in 2016 in Hungary, Romania, Czech Republic, Slovakia, Baltics, Russia, CIS, Ukraine, Turkey and MENA. In the Middle East, it was launched on 1 April 2016 on beIN Network.
In November 2016 Discovery Turbo Xtra has been rebranded as DTX.
Speed was a sports-oriented cable and satellite television network that was owned by the Fox Sports Media Group division of 21st Century Fox. The network was dedicated to motorsports programming, including auto racing, as well as automotive-focused programs.
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Timothy Tyler Andrew Walker is an American professional stock car racing driver. Walker is one of many racers who has competed in many interdisciplinary automotive ranks. His automotive exploits include cycling competition, open-wheeled sprint cars, where has obtained a large majority of his success and notoriety, as well as being a stock car pilot, formerly competing in the prestigious NASCAR ranks. The first fourth-generation driver to compete in NASCAR since the late Adam Petty, Walker is but one member of a racing legacy.
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ESPN2 Garage is a new ninety-minute programming block dedicated to the automotive and motorsports world on ESPN2. Debuting Saturday, January 6, 2006, the programming will air on ESPN2 from 5pm ET to 6:30pm ET on weekdays, from 10am ET to 12pm ET on Saturdays and from 10am ET to 11am ET on Sundays. This programming block will be the preceding the new daily automotive news and analysis program, NASCAR Now.
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/Drive is an automotive network and popular YouTube channel with web video series dedicated to car reviews, driving adventures, motorsports coverage, and detailed looks at the manufacturing of high-end cars. Launched on January 2, 2012, /DRIVE was the first new series to air as part of Google's original content initiative. Presenters have included Michael Spinelli of Jalopnik.com, Gumball 3000 veteran Alex Roy and Chris Harris formerly of Autocar and EVO Magazine.
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