Austrian broadcaster ServusTV will continue to broadcast the FIM Motul World Superbike championship until 2024 across Austria, Germany and Switzerland.
Superbike World Championship is a racing competition for motorcycles also known as superbike racing. The Superbike World Championship consists of a series of rounds held on permanent racing facilities. Every round has two full-length races and, one additional ten-lap sprint race known as the Superpole race. The results of all three races are counted together and World Championships are decided, one for riders and one for manufacturers.
The 2024 Superbike World Championship will be the 34th season of this championship. Jonathan Rea is the current Riders’ champion whereas Kawasaki Racing are the Makes’ champion.
ServusTV to broadcast WorldSBK Until 2024
ServusTV has announced a two-year contract extension for broadcasting the MOTUL FIM Superbike World Championship in Austria, Germany and Switzerland.
All WorldSBK Superpole sessions and Races will be broadcasted on Servus Tv for two more seasons, and fans will be able to catch up with WorldSSP and WorldSSP300 through ServusTV’s new online platform: servustv.com/sport.
ServusTV will broadcast from the WorldSBK paddock during different European rounds which will give the fans a thrilling experience and bring them closer. This expansion deal will be good news for motorsport fans in Austria, Germany and Switzerland.
ServusTV offers top quality programs in German-speaking area and has a viewership of more than 5.7 million viewers per month. This agreement for contract extension with SBK means that the channel will have a diversified portfolio of motorcycling as they also broadcast other premium championships including MotoGP, Formula 1 and WRC.
The First Round of the 2024 MOTUL FIM Superbike World Championship will be broadcasted live from the 21st May to the 23rd of May2021.