How and where to watch the WEC 6 Hours of Fuji
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How and where to watch the WEC 6 Hours of Fuji

The penultimate round of the 2023 FIA WEC season will get underway later this week with the 6 Hours of Fuji (10 September) and below is all you need to know about how to watch from home.

Action from Free Practice 3 on Saturday (9 September) will be live to watch on the FIA WEC YouTube channel.

Japanese fans who cannot attend the race in person can also watch the full race live on J Sports from 10:30am – 5:30pm local time. Saturday’s qualification will also be shown live on J Sports 2.


Eurosport will broadcast the WEC action across Europe including Italy, UK, France, Germany, Italy and Spain where the entire six-hour race will be shown live on Eurosport 1.

The live coverage on Eurosport will commence at 03:30am (CEST) with highlights of the race scheduled for 12 September.

Free-to-air La Chaine L’Equipe will air the race to fans who are residents in France. The full race will also be shown on L’Equipe.FR. Meanwhile, Germany – the home of Porsche – will show some of the race live via free-to-air channel RTL Nitro.

Robert Kubica fans can watch the full race live in Poland on Polsat Sport News 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 and the Netherlands as well as on Eurosport Player.

Finally, for a small price of 6.99 Euros, all WEC action is also available via the official FIA WEC app which includes commentary from experts Anthony Davidson, Martin Haven, Graham Goodwin and Louise Beckett.


For American fans, automotive platform MotorTrend will show most of the race live across the USA. In Canada, pay TV channel Discovery Velocity will broadcast the full race live.

For South America, Direct TV Sports will broadcast the WEC on DSports Motor and 1616 while Fox Sports will televise the race live in Mexico on Fox Sports MX. In Brazil, fans can tune in live via Bandsports.


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

Japan – the host country for this weekend’s race – will see broadcaster J Sports show the full race live on J Sports and quali on J Sports 2. Free-to-air channel Go! will televise the WEC in Australia. In New Zealand, Sky Sport 5 will broadcast at 1:30pm local time. Online platforms Doujin and Youku 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 MSP/MSPA.


Broadcaster SSC is the official broadcast for the Middle East region.


FIAWEC.TV continues to broadcast all race action from the 2023 season live on its online platform.  This is available worldwide. Individual race packages are available to buy for 6.99 Euros or fans can purchase a full season pass for a discounted price. 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, Louise Beckett.  For more information about the app, click HERE.

For a full breakdown of the broadcast coverage for the 6 Hours of Fuji and more information on how to watch from your own home, please click HERE.