The Dorna WSBK Organization expands their TV-coverage in 2017. With more air time and channels than ever before, the 30th season of WorldSBK will be enjoyed in over 20 networks.
Germany, Austria and Switzerland
Servus TV in Austria and Germany will offer 90 minute shows for the WorldSBK races to support Germans Stefan Bradl (Red Bull Honda World Superbike Team) and Markus Reiterberger (Althea BMW Racing Team).
As WorldSBK returns to Portugal for Round 10 this year, Sport TV now offer live coverage of WorldSBK and WorldSSP races.
Reigning World Supersport champion Kenan Sofuolgu will be celebrated in his home country with SSport TV, with a 2-year contract.
Highlights: TV2 channel, fans can catch up with any action missed on their highlights programmes.
Live Feed: Spiler TV further adds to the European coverage, with the Hungarian channel broadcasting all live feed coverage.
FLOW Sports will provide coverage to the Caribbean from 2017.
STAN Countries (middle east)
AlmaSport TV will bring even more coverage for the STAN countries in the Middle East.
Middle east and North Africa
OSN will keep the Middle East and North Africa up to speed.
Pan Africa is to be hosted by Supersport.
UK and Ireland
Highlights: Renewing the contract with British mainstream channel ITV4, the WSBK highlights programme will be aired in a prime time slot of 8PM.
Live Feed: British Eurosport will exclusively cover all Rounds with live on-site commentary and a Live U KIT camera.
Highlights: Australia will continue to show the highlights package on SBS.
Live Feed: Fox Australia will continue to show the stunning WSBK.
Highlights: Motorsport.TV have got Pan-Europe covered, showing all 13 WSBK rounds.
Live Feed: Eurosport continue to be a strong broadcasting partner within the WorldSBK paddock.
Mediaset covers Italian fans enjoyment of the series.
Teledeporte and Esport3 will air in Spain:
Fox Asia will continue to play an important part in WorldSBK.
Sky Sports continues to show the WSBK in New Zealand.
In Japan, JSPORTS will show the racing action of the world’s fastest production-racing-series. With a strong presence around the circuit, a Monday night prime-time slot and all live racing action on their OTT, fans can watch their key Japanese manufacturers and riders progress.
USA and Canada
beIN sports will host the coverage for the US and Canada once more for 2017.
In Latin America, Fox sports will show all the action on track, in Brazil it will be ESPN.