The FIM is pleased to announce that Vigneau and Co will produce the TV coverage for the 2021 FIM Enduro World Championship. The renowned motorsports TV production company based in France, which specialises in sports TV filming and content creation, will enter its 10th season working within the EnduroGP paddock.
Formed in 2010, Vigneau and Co benefit from an industry leading level of expertise and knowledge from its nine years of producing EnduroGP TV and online coverage. Utilising their experience, the French company is able to anticipate the many challenges of filming outdoor motorsport, to deliver enduro content in its purest and most exciting form.
In addition to the FIM Enduro and FIM SuperEnduro World Championships, Vigneau and Co also produces TV coverage for rally events in Spain and Morocco and is present in the world of extreme sports at the Freeride World Tour. Regardless of the discipline, Vigneau and Co combines editorial, technical, and digital skills to produce exceptional results.
For the upcoming FIM Enduro World Championship season, an experienced team of seven people will manage the filming and post-production needs of the six-round season.
Round one of the FIM Enduro World Championship is scheduled to take place in Marco de Canaveses, Portugal, on 18-20 June.
Alex Vigneau – Vigneau and Co Producer:
“We are delighted to renew our TV production contract for the FIM EnduroGP World Championship in 2021. After working closely with ABC Communication for nine seasons, we are honoured to extend our work with the series, and to begin an exciting new adventure with the Fédération Internationale de Motocyclisme.”
Fabio Muner – FIM Marketing and Communication Director:
“We’re extremely pleased to continue the relationship with Vigneau and Co, which has been producing TV images for the FIM Enduro World Championship for almost 10 years. With its experience in the discipline, Vigneau and Co will continue to provide high-end products for our TV partners in EnduroGP and implement new approaches for the production of images, while adapting the content created for different digital platforms.”