When the 2018 TrialGP season that kicks off in Camprodon, Spain next weekend - 19/20 May - it will mark even more ways to watch the action from the eight-round campaign that will climax in Italy come mid-September. This strengthened - free to view - and totally global offering will be enhanced by the introduction of TrialGP presenter Amy Kilhams - who will soon become the recognised face of the series when she breaks cover in just a few days-time.

Having been involved in Trial for many years through her family's keen interest in the sport, twenty-five-year-old Amy from Sheffield has developed a rich passion and knowledge of the specialised discipline that she will bring to the screen with her typically Yorkshire spirit and sense of humour.

As well as adding Amy to the team, the winter break has been used to put plans in place to provide increased content across the now established and growing social media platforms. The highly popular live qualification programme will again be shared on the TrialGP Facebook page - Saturday 19 May 15.00hrs local time, with Amy opening up the new show ahead of Dougie Lampkin's qualification section preview and on the spot interviews with all the class winners.

Amy will also be out and about throughout the weekend and during the Trial itself to bring you live updates from the paddock, behind the scenes and out on the course as the story of the opening event unfolds. So make sure you have got your Facebook notifications set so you do not miss any of the latest news from TrialGP Spain. Edited highlights and other content will also be shared on the TrialGP Twitter and Instagram pages on an increased frequency to give followers more of what they like.

Working with TrialGP partner Jitsie, Amy and the dedicated onsite film crew will be given unique access to the teams throughout the season to bring a series of special features that will provide a true insight to what happens within the previously restricted areas of all the leading manufacturers. This new and additional content will be released in between events in order to satisfy the appetite of the sport hungry TrialGP fans all over the World.

As per last year, a twenty-six minute highlights programme that will include both qualification and the Trial will be broadcast in the days just after each event on an expanded number of global TV channels as listed below.

AVE - Australia
AfriquaXP - Pan Africa
Altice (SFR Sport) - Andorra
Altice (SFR Sport) - Belgium
Altice (SFR Sport) - France
Altice (SFR Sport) - Luxembourg
Altice (SFR Sport) - Monaco
Altice (SFR Sport) - Portugal
Altice (SFR Sport) - Switzerland
Express Sport / MSP - Japan
Fox - Australia
Fox - Pan Asia
Garage TV (Next TV) - Spain
MotorsportsTV - France
MotorsportsTV - Pan European
MotorsportsTV - UK
MotorsportsTV - USA
MTV - Finland
Setana Sport - Ireland
Setana Sport - UK
TVE - Spain
Youmotor - Italy

All video content can be found on the TrialGP YouTube channel, to ensure fans can enjoy unrestricted and free access in all corners of the globe. Do not forget you can follow live qualification timings plus section by section scores during the Trial by downloading the free TrialGP Live app by searching TRIALGP LIVE on both Android and Apple devices.