Where to watch the 6 Hours of Fuji!
Round two of FIA WEC – the 6 Hours of Fuji – will be shown live in Japan on J Sports from 11h00 local time on Sunday 6 October.
Eurosport and Motorsport.tv will broadcast the race live across Europe, while in the UK, BT Sport will show the action from Japan as it happens. In France, fans can watch the race from 08h00 local time on la chaine L’Equipe.
Residents in South America can tune in via Fox Sports 3 and Band Sports will show the race live in Brazil. Eurosport will also broadcast live pan Asia-Pacific and in Australia. Meanwhile, in New Zealand – home of Toyota Gazoo Racing’s Brendon Hartley – fans can watch on Sky. Moreover, Super Sport will feature the race live as part of a pan-regional deal in Africa.
Live coverage on the FIA WEC app will be available worldwide including in North America where fans in the USA and Canada can also catch the action from Fuji via the MotorTrend app, as well as on linear TV.
For the rest of the world, there will be various TV channels and online platforms that will broadcast qualifying, the race and/or highlights. Please refer to the broadcast maps below for further information.
The official WEC app has English commentary on all of its live transmissions and official WEC highlights shows, with Allan McNish giving his expert insights. The 2013 World Endurance Champion is joined by endurance specialist Martin Haven, with additional support from Graham Goodwin and Louise Beckett. For more information about the WEC app, click HERE.
View the full broadcast schedule for 6 Hours of Fuji HERE.