World Superbike Phillip Island: TV Guide

Author: Bike Social Posted: 20 Feb 2015

Lowes has been fastest in testing

The wait is finally over! TV coverage of the 2015 Superbike World Championship kicks off in the early hours of tomorrow morning! Whether you're mad enough to stop up all night to watch it or sensible enough to stick it on record, we've got all the TV times you need to know to make sure you don't miss a thing! 

Superpole and both World Superbike races, plus the World Supersport Race, are shown LIVE on British Eurosport and replayed at a more reasonable time later in the day. 

What's more, to celebrate the start of the season British Eurosport are running a load of classic superbike races across the weekend, full details below. 

Who will take the honours this weekend? Will Alex Lowes turn his pre-race form into a win? What about Jonathan Rea in his switch to Kawasaki? Leon Haslam's always gone well at the Australian circuit too! 

Need to know who's who this year? Check out our Spotters' Guide! 

Phillip Island World Superbike TV Guide

Day

Channel

Session

Time

Saturday 21st February

In HD!

Superpole

03:50 

Saturday 21st February

Superpole Replay

16:00

Sunday 22nd February

In HD!

Race 1 00:30
Sunday 22nd February In HD!

Race 2

 03:40
Sunday 22nd February

Full Race Replays

 09:30


WORLD SUPERBIKE BRITISH CLASSICS: 

  • Neil Hodgson - Silverstone 2003 - Friday, 23:00, BE2 - Sunday, 04:45, BE1
  • James Toseland - Brands Hatch 2007 - Saturday 03:50, BE1 - 
  • Carl Fogarty - Donington Park 1999 - Saturday, 06:50, BE1 - Sunday 05:45, BE1 
  • Tom Sykes - Donington Park 2014 - Sunday 06:45
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