Did you love the 6 Hours of Silverstone? Here's where and how you can see replays
Loved every minute of the 6 Hours of Silverstone? Here’s how you can see replays of the race on TV
The first race of the 2016 season has now entered the history books and it lived up to all expectations with plenty of action and excitement as we have come to expect in the FIA World Endurance Championship. Audi Sport Team Joest’s Marcel Fässler, André Lotterer and Benoit Tréluyer took the chequered flag first but were found to be not in compliance with a regulation concerning the front skid block during post-race scrutineering and Porsche claimed the maximum race points. AF Corse’s Davide Rigon and Sam Bird took victory in the LMGTE class, and WEC newcomer RGR Sport by Morand claimed victory in LMP2.
If you want to experience the emotions and highlights of the race all over again, there are now several ways in which you can do this as a TV viewer.
Motors TV will show the 52’ highlights programme six times between 19-24 April across Europe. RTL 7 and Ziggo Sport in the Netherlands will show highlights programmes (check local listings), and in the German/Austria/Swiss regions RTL and DMAX will also show free-to-air highlights to 80 million plus homes.
TV viewers can see the key moments of the race on RTBF’s Automobile programme following the race.
L’Equipe 21will show free-to-air highlights in the days after the race, while French TV viewers of Motors TV will be able to watch the highlights 10 times between 18-25 April.
Eurosport 1’s coverage of the key moments of the race featuring, among others, current World Champions Porsche and race winners Audi, will be shown as highlights, Sky Deutschland will also show live news edits of the race.
Fans of endurance racing in Britain who were not able to attend the Silverstone race can see highlights on Motors TV between 19-24 April, whileBT Sport and Quest will also show the 52’ of the key moments and Sky Sports News will broadcast news edits.
The FOX network’s increased commitment to the WEC this year includes not only live coverage of the race but also a highlights package on FOX Sports in the USA and on FOX Latin America.
MIDDLE EAST AND AFRICA
BEIN SPORTSwill show highlights of the 6 Hours of Silverstone throughout its network and region, while Super Sport will show the 52’ programme pan-Africa to 2 million homes.
ASIA AND AUSTRALASIA
Following Eurosport and FOX Sports coverage of the race across the Pan-Asian region, they will broadcast the 52’ highlights, at a time to be confirmed.
J-Sports will show replays of the race between 19-29 April on both its J-Sports 1 and J-Sports 3 channels, plus BS Fuji will also take the highlights package for its 8 million homes.
LeTV is showing highlights of the 6 Hours of Silverstone following the race, with CCTV 5 also showing news edits from 18 April on its magazine show Autotimes.
AUSTRALIA AND NEW ZEALAND
FOX Sports 5will follow their live coverage of the race with highlights also being available on 18/19 April, and via the 52’ programme on SBS. In New Zealand viewers can follow the exploits of their countryman and all the other drivers on TV3 via a highlights show on 24 April.
FIA WEC APP
The2016 version of theFIA WEC APP will now feature replays of the race from just hours after the chequered flag for up to three weeks. You can see all your favourite moments, including on board shots and exclusive content on the App, available from the Apple Store or Google Play Store.