Where can you watch WorldWCR’s inaugural campaign throughout 2024?

The FIM Women’s Circuit Racing World Championship makes its debut in 2024 with a new era of motorcycle racing getting underway. The Championship will be broadcast around the world, providing plenty of reach and exposure for the new series. Millions of people from all corners of the globe will be able to watch it on their broadcasters, while it will also broadcast on the WorldSBK VideoPass and on the WorldWCR YouTube channel, ensuring everyone can access WorldWCR.

ACROSS EUROPE: 14 broadcasters for maximum reach

Eurosport will be one of the biggest WorldWCR broadcasters in Europe, providing coverage across its various platforms and channels including in the United Kingdom & Ireland, France, Norway, Israel, Germany, Ukraine, the Czech Republic, and Austria; all have representation on the WorldWCR grid. In total, Eurosport will broadcast to more than 50 countries in Europe. In Spain, you can watch it on DAZN as well as Movistar+ while in Italy, Monaco, and Malta, it will be shown on SkyMotoGP; in Malta, you can also watch on GoMalta. To watch German and Austrian stars Lucy Michel (TSL-Racing) and Lena Kemmer (Bertl K. Racing Team), races will be covered on Servus TV and their online platform, while Germany will also have coverage on Sky Sport through a highlights programme.

French fans will be able to watch Emily Bondi (YART Zelos Black Knights Team) and Ornella Ongaro (Yamaha Motoxracing WCR Team) on Canal+’s Dailymotion page, while fans in Israel will be able to follow Ran Yochay (511 Terra&Vita Racing Team) on THE SPORT CHANNEL as part of the 5 Sports network. In Belgium, the action will be on RFTB Auvio, while coverage in Luxembourg will be provided by RTL. Travelling across Europe, Hungarian coverage will be on Arena4. Cytavision will provide coverage in Cyprus, while SportKlub will broadcast the action in Bosnia and Herzegovina, Croatia, Serbia, North Macedonia, and Montenegro. 

COVERAGE IN THE AMERICAS: from the USA to South America

Across the Atlantic Ocean, and there’s lot of broadcasters showing the inaugural WorldWCR season. In the USA, MAV TV are covering the Championship while in Canada, it’s REV TV. Heading south, ESPN be showing the series in Brazil, on ESPN4, and in a whole host of countries – Argentina, Uruguay, Paraguay, Bolivia, Columbia, Costa Rica, Chile, Ecuador, El Salvador, Guatemala, Honduras, Nicaragua, Panama, Peru, and Venezuela – be on Disney+, meaning supporters can watch Isis Carreno (AD78 FIM Latinoamerica by Team GP3) in style. El Salvador will also have coverage from LTL, on the Canal4 channel, while, in Venezuela, it’ll also be on La Tele Tuya.

AROUND THE WORLD: plenty of places to watch WorldWCR

With representation from all corners of the globe in WorldWCR, the broadcast coverage matches this. In Africa, Supersport will cover the WorldWCR in the Pan-African territories. Australians will be able to follow Tayla Relph’s (TAYCO Motorsport) campaign using Kayo on the Fox Sports network. In New Zealand, SKY SPORT will cover the action across its various platforms. And in Asia, SpoTV will provide coverage in several countries such as Hong Kong, Indonesia, Malaysia, Korea, the Philippines, Singapore, Thailand, Taiwan, and Vietnam.

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Source: WorldSBK.com

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