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Superbike World Cup 2021 Barcelona: TV broadcast and live stream



(Motorinformed.com) – The Superbike World Championship will be held at the Circuit de Barcelona-Catalunya in Spain this weekend. It is the ninth station of the 2021 season. This year, too, the races can be followed on television and in the Internet stream. Below you will find the transmission times and the various options for following the Superbike World Championship in Germany and Austria.

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The WorldSBK schedule in Barcelona:

Friday, September 17th:
9:00 am – 9:30 am: Yamaha R3 Cup FT1
9.45am – 10.15am: WorldSSP300 FT1
10:30 am – 11:15 am: WorldSBK FT1
11:25 am – 12:10 pm: WorldSSP FT1

1:30 pm – 2:00 pm: Yamaha R3 Cup Superpole
2:15 pm – 2:45 pm: WorldSSP300 FT2
3:00 p.m. – 3:45 p.m .: WorldSBK FT2
4:00 p.m. – 4:45 p.m .: WorldSSP FT2

Saturday, September 18th:
9:00 am – 9:30 am: WorldSBK FT3
9:45 am – 10:05 am: WorldSSP300 Superpole
10:25 am – 10:45 am: WorldSSP Superpole
11:10 am – 11:25 am: WorldSBK Superpole

11:45 a.m .: Yamaha R3 Cup race 1
12:45 p.m .: WorldSSP3000 race 1
1:45 p.m .: WorldSSP race 1
3:15 p.m .: WorldSBK race 1
4:15 p.m .: Yamaha R3 Cup race 2

Sunday, September 19th:
9:00 am – 9:15 am: WorldSBK warm-up
9:25 am – 9:40 am: WorldSSP warm-up
9:50 am – 10:05 am: WorldSSP300 warm-up

11:00 a.m .: WorldSBK Superpole race
12:30 p.m .: WorldSSP race 2
1:45 p.m .: WorldSSP300 race 2
3:15 p.m .: WorldSBK race 2

ServusTV with options on TV and in the stream

ServusTV has extended the broadcasting rights for Germany and Austria up to and including 2022. The agreement includes the broadcasting rights for all distribution channels (TV and stream) and also includes the Supersport World Championship and Supersport 300 World Championship framework races.

Since ServusTV will also broadcast the MotoGP from Misano live on the weekend, the first Superbike race after the Moto2 qualifying will be shown on Saturday as a recording. The second race on Sunday will be broadcast live immediately after the MotoGP race.

Transmission times ServusTV Germany & Austria:
Saturday, September 18th:
4:05 p.m .: WorldSBK Superpole (taped)
4:25 p.m .: WorldSBK Race 1 (recorded)

Sunday, September 19th:
3:15 p.m .: WorldSBK Race 2 (live)
3:55 p.m .: Follow-up report

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In addition to linear television, ServusTV also offers a comprehensive one for Germany and Austria Streaming platform for the Superbike World Championship. The free practice sessions of the WorldSBK will be streamed on sport.servustv.com on Friday. On Saturday and Sunday there is the full program of all sessions and races of all classes live.

Superbike World Championship on Eurosport, DAZN and in the Dorna Stream

Even Eurosport recently extended the broadcasting rights and will broadcast the Superbike World Championship up to and including 2025. Whether the races are shown on Eurosport or in Eurosport 2, which is subject to a fee, depends on which other sporting events take place in parallel. The races from Barcelona can be seen on Eurosport 2 as a recording.

Transmission times Eurosport 2:
Saturday, September 18th:
5:30 p.m .: WorldSBK Superpole (taped)
5:50 p.m .: WorldSBK Race 1 (recorded)
6:20 p.m .: WorldSSP Race 1 (recorded)

Sunday, September 19th:
5:00 p.m .: WorldSBK Superpole Race (taped)
5:30 p.m .: WorldSSP Race 2 (recorded)
6:00 p.m .: WorldSBK Race 2 (recorded)

Alternatively there is that paid streaming offer Eurosport Player for 6.99 euros per month. In addition, both Eurosport channels are included in a DAZN subscription (1st month free, then 11.99 euros per month).

This is an alternative to the offers from ServusTV and Eurosport official streaming service by Superbike World Championship promoter Dorna Sport. With the VideoPass, all sessions can be streamed live or on demand. This English-language offer costs 69.90 euros for the entire season.

As usual, Motorinformed.com also accompanies all racing weekends of the Superbike World Championship with training and racing reports. We provide you with all important reactions and background reports. All news and results can also be called up in our app, which is available free of charge for Android and iOS.

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