Fox Sports Pushed The Start Of Motorsports' Biggest Event To Unobtanium ChannelStef Schrader6/18/16 11:15amFiled to: Fox Sports24 Hours of Le MansLe MansRacingbroadcastingWEC14230EditPromoteShare to KinjaToggle Conversation toolsGo to permalink Photo credit: Getty Images Fox Sports, in an effort to anger as many viewers as possible, pushed the start of the 24 Hours of Le Mans to its unobtanium-tier Fox Sports 2 in place of its widely advertised air time on Fox Sports 1. Reminder: Fox Sports does this all the time, because they suck at actually broadcasting sports. This time, the start of Le Mans was bumped for the U.S. Open. It was swapped back to FS1 at 11:00 a.m., but good grief. Advertisement Advertisement Fox Sports 2 is a channel so rarely included on your cable package that you’re more likely to see reruns of obscure public access classic Cookin’ Good in Alaska than you are anything shown on FS2. You’re more likely to see 12 hours of uncensored ballsacks on CBS proper than anything on FS2. You’re even more likely to see the actual hallucinations in Raphael Orlove’s brain before you’ll see anything broadcast on FS2. No one I know seems to actually have FS2. ESPN The Ocho will become a real thing before I can ever get Fox Sports 2 on a regular cable package that doesn’t cost as much as a Porsche 944 parts car per month. If you’re pushing something to FS2, it’s because you want no one to watch it. It’s so rarely included in a cable package that I’m not even certain FS2 is a real channel that exists, yet it’s carrying a large chunk of Le Mans this year. Fortunately, cable subscribers are (in theory) able to still watch the entire race stream on Fox Sports Go, but it’s unacceptable that Fox can’t stick to a schedule on its broadcast channels. As we’ve pointed out every time they completely screw up a major motorsports event, it doesn’t serve fans of the event that’s being preempted or the other event that preempts it if no one knows where anything is being broadcast. Sponsored It doesn’t matter if Le Mans started under a safety car, as it did this morning. What matters is whether viewers can find the events they want to watch, be it Le Mans, the U.S. Open, or something else. If fans find out that the race is on a channel they probably don’t get when they tune in, that’s the worst viewer experience imaginable.Worse yet, for the two people who actually get FS2 or who skipped it to watch the Fox Sports Go stream, the number of ads interrupting the race action they’re showing is reportedly heinous. Advertisement Thanks again, Fox! For nothing.Stef Schraderstef.email@example.com@stefthepefEditor, Black Flag. 1984 "Porschelump" 944 race car, 2010 Mitsubishi Lancer GTS.