Dorna WSBK is pleased to announce that the TV coverage of the MOTUL FIM Superbike World Championship will reach new audiences and new territories for the 2021 season. New broadcasters have decided to showcase the fastest production motorcycle tournament in the world, as well as expand important partnerships.
Eurosport Still a major TV broadcaster as WorldSBK shows its shows across Europe with a new five-year deal reached, ensuring fans from 54 countries across the continent have a chance to watch the exciting tournament battle Eurosport UK will also cover every round with its content for UK viewers And Ireland instead ITV The network will broadcast a 46-minute series of high profile events after each round.
Sky Sport In Italy, it will broadcast live coverage of all three categories throughout the 2021 season, providing in-depth coverage, highlights and news throughout the season, including Federico Caricasulo (GMT94 Yamaha) title on his return to WorldSSP. Free on air channel TV8 It will also broadcast all three WorldSBK races; Ensure that Italian fans can see Michael Robin Rinaldi (Aruba.It Racing – Ducati) in his first season in Ducati’s uniform.
In Spain, fans will be able to watch Alvaro Bautista (Team HRC) and Ana Carrasco (Kawasaki Provec WorldSSP300) through the Spanish national television network, RTVEAnd their dedicated sports channel Teledeporte, next one Dazen Meanwhile, in Spain Dazen The event will also be broadcast in Brazil where Ton Kawakami and his brother Meikon (both AD78 Team Brasil by MS Racing) will go to WorldSSP300 glory. Portuguese fans never miss a broadcast Sports TVWhile viewers in Gibraltar can watch GIB Telecom.
German fans will be able to see Jonas Folger (Bonovo MGM Action) on German bikes as BMW brings a new bike to WorldSBK on ServusTV And their new online platform, servustv.com/sport, which will broadcast WorldSBK, WorldSSP and WorldSSP300 in Germany, Austria and Switzerland.
New for 2021 and coincides with the return of the Czech tour, Nova Sport And the Voice The three seasons will be broadcast in the Czech Republic and Slovakia for the next five seasons, in the meantime Channel A. It will also be available in Slovenia for the same duration. In Hungary, Square 4 It will be the new broadcaster, adding WorldSBK to its sports programming portfolio. There are two other new broadcasters providing coverage in Europe for the 2021 campaign with RTL Presentation of work in Luxembourg e RTBF Oview The event was broadcast in Belgium, coinciding with the arrival of Loris Cresson (Team TPR Pedercini Racing) to WorldSBK.
Indonesia returns to the WorldSBK calendar in 2021 at the Mandalika International Street Circuit, and fans of the country can watch all the action including Galang Hendra Pratama (Ten Kate Racing Yamaha) at WorldSSP on Grindstone TVMeanwhile, fans across Asia will be able to watch Honda’s second season after their return Fox Sports Asia. Sports g The event will also be broadcast in Japan. Fans in China will also be able to enjoy WorldSBK coverage Zhibo.tv, A live online streaming platform that will feature all three WorldSBK races live and on demand during a tour with commentary in Mandarin; This is the first time that WorldSBK has been broadcast by a Chinese broadcaster.
MENA fans can enjoy the year 2021 Playing sports With Wonderful sport Broadcast of all events across the African continent. There is a new broadcaster in Turkey with TRT Sports Channel; With fans being able to see Toprak Razgatlioglu (Pata Yamaha with BRIXX WorldSBK), Can Öncü (Kawasaki Puccetti Racing) and Bahattin Sofuoglu (Biblion Motoxracing Yamaha) in WorldSBK, WorldSSP and WorldSSP300 respectively. In Oceania, Fox Sports The event will be broadcast in Australia with notable events shown on SBS While Sky Sport The 2021 campaign will be shown in New Zealand.
North America isn’t without coverage either, with WorldSBK remaining NBC Sports Network For the year 2021. A new agreement in Canada for the year 2021 means REV TV WorldSBK Racing will be streamed as well as a 46-minute Spotlight bundle produced after each round REV TV Use reviewers to get a personalized experience for a Canadian audience. In Latin America, Fox Sports The event will be broadcast so fans can enjoy all the action throughout the season.
Fans around the world will be able to witness every moment of the action in 2021 using WorldSBK VideoPass, giving viewers live coverage of every session from every chapter and a huge archive of historical events. Thanks to Tissot, Live Timing has the WorldSBK app that you can download for free!