How and where to watch FIA WEC 6 Hours of Imola
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How and where to watch FIA WEC 6 Hours of Imola

Round two of the 2024 FIA World Endurance Championship will get underway later this week for the inaugural 6 Hours of Imola (19-21 April).

Not able to attend but want to watch? Read on for everything you need to know about how you can keep up with all the action from the Italian WEC race.

Action from Free Practice 3 on Saturday (20 April) will be live to watch on the FIA WEC YouTube channel.  For 8.99 Euros, the WEC action (including qualifying) is also available via the official FIA WEC app (more info below).


Eurosport will broadcast the WEC action across Europe including Italy, UK, France, Germany, Italy and Spain where FP3, qualifying and the full race will be shown in its entirety on Eurosport Player. The live coverage on Eurosport 2 will commence from 12:30 – 14:00 (CEST) on Sunday with part 2 from 15:30 – 19:30.

Italian fans unable to attend the race can tune in from home via the aforementioned Eurosport or catch up on the race highlights via free digital channel, Mediaset Infinity.

Free-to-air La Chaine L’Equipe will televise most of the race live to fans who are residents in France (first hour live and final four hours). The full race will also be shown on L’Equipe.FR. Meanwhile, Germany – the home of Porsche – will benefit from extended coverage on Sport1 (live from 17:00 – 19:30) and Eurosport.

Fans of Robert Kubica can watch the race live on Polsat in Poland with highlights on Motowizja while RTL7 will show highlights in the Netherlands and Luxembourg.

The race action will also be available live online on several platforms including a deal with Discovery+ in the UK, Germany, Denmark, Sweden, Norway, Finland, Italy and the Netherlands as well as on Eurosport Player.


For American fans, digital platform Max, will broadcast FP3, qualifying and the full race live (06:30 – 13:30 EST).

Through Max’s B/R Sports Add-On, live and on-demand coverage of the WEC will benefit from extensive production 30 minutes before and after races including a dedicated pit reporter to bring viewers closer to the action.

Alongside Max, WBD’s channels and platforms will retain exclusivity of the WEC in the U.S. with its continued broadcast on the number one network for automotive superfans, MotorTrend TV and via the MotorTrend app. MotoTrend Is also available to residents in Canada.


For South America, The Bandeirantes Group will broadcast most of the WEC live in Brazil on Bandsports. The agreement sees the WEC broadcast via the Bandsports pay-TV channel, digital platform Bandplay on YouTube (showing full race live) as well as on Grande Premio.  The open TV channel Band and the Group's radio stations will provide journalistic coverage of the season.

DirecTV Sports will show the WEC across central and South America plus the Caribbean (excluding Mexico and Brazil) on its channel DSports Motor.

Fox Sports has the rights in Mexico and will broadcast the full race live on Fox Sports 3.


A pan-Asian TV deal with Eurosport for the continent of Asia sees the race from Imola broadcast on Eurosport Asia which also includes India.

Japan, the home of Toyota, has the full race live on J Sports 2. Online channel StanSport will televise the WEC in Australia. Online platform Doujin will cover the race in China.


Long-term WEC broadcast partner SuperSport will televise the race to residents living in Sub-Saharan Africa with the full race live on OTT2 with multiple repeats on MSP/MSPA.


FIAWEC.TV will broadcast 6 Hours of Imola live on its online platform.  This is available worldwide. Individual race packages are available to buy for 8.99 Euros. Available on the app will be qualifying, race replays and full English commentary from experts Anthony Davidson, Martin Haven, Graham Goodwin as well as pitlane reporter, Bruce Jouanny.  For more information about the app, click HERE.

For a full breakdown of the broadcast coverage for the WEC 6 Hours of Imola, please click HERE.