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2024 World Superbikes - TV Times

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07.06.2024

2024 World Superbikes Calendar TV Coverage_01

 

TV TIMES - Pirelli Emilia-Romagna Round, Misano, Italy

 

Friday 14th June 2024 – Live coverage from 09:15

World Superbikes Highlights – Assen

Eurosport2

00:00 – 01:00

World Superbikes Highlights – Assen

Eurosport2

02:00 – 03:00

World Superbikes Highlights – Barcelona

Eurosport2

07:00 – 07:15

World Superbikes Highlights – Assen

Eurosport2

07:15 – 08:15

World Superbikes Highlights – Assen

Eurosport2

08:15 – 09:15

LIVE World Superbikes – Italy

Eurosport2

09:15 – 10:15

LIVE World Superbikes – Italy

Eurosport2

13:05 – 13:45

World Superbikes Highlights – UK ’23

Eurosport2

13:45 – 13:55

LIVE World Superbikes – Italy

Eurosport2

13:55 – 14:55

LIVE World Superbikes – Italy

Eurosport2

14:55 – 16:00

 Saturday 15th June 2024 – Live coverage from 09:30

World Superbikes Highlights – Assen

Eurosport2

02:00 – 03:00

World Superbikes Highlights – Assen

Eurosport2

08:30 – 09:30

LIVE World Superbikes – Italy

Eurosport2

09:30 – 10:30

LIVE Women’s Circuit Racing World Championship

Eurosport2

10:30 – 11:30

LIVE World Superbikes – Italy

Eurosport2

11:30 – 12:30

LIVE World Superbikes – Italy

Eurosport2

12:30 – 14:00

LIVE World Superbikes – Italy

Eurosport2

14:00 – 15:00

World Superbikes Highlights – Italy

Eurosport2

21:00 – 22:00

Sunday 16th June 2024 – Live coverage from 09:30

World Superbikes Highlights – Italy

Eurosport2

08:30 – 09:30

LIVE World Superbikes – Italy

Eurosport2

09:30 – 10:30

LIVE Women’s Circuit Racing World Championship

Eurosport2

10:30 – 11:30

LIVE World Superbikes – Italy

Eurosport2

11:30 – 12:30

LIVE World Superbikes – Italy

Eurosport2

12:30 – 14:00

LIVE World Superbikes – Italy

Eurosport2

14:00 – 15:00

World Superbikes Highlights – Italy

Eurosport2

19:00 – 20:00

 Tuesday 18th June 2024 – Free to air Highlights

World Superbikes Highlights – Italy

ITV4

20:00 – 21:00

 

Don’t forget that you can also watch the timed Free Practice sessions and catch up on any action you may have missed via Discovery+ (as well as access loads of other events such a Dakar Rally Raid, World Endurance Racing and much more).

Not only that, but SkyQ, Sky Glass or Sky Stream customers (except those on the TV Essentials pack) get Discovery+ included at no additional cost.

Simply activate your account via the Discovery+ app in the Sky Apps menu. Once you create and link your account, you can catch up on all the action, as well as being able to access and use Discovery+ on any other logged-in device.

 

What's new for 2024?

The winter break is the traditional time for the powers-that-be to gather heads and review the rule book for the coming race season. For the 2024 season, more minor tweaks have been made to the rule book - most of which won't be apparent to casual observer:

  • For the 2024 season, the Women's Circuit Racing World Championship shall run alongside the existing classes, comprising a single Free Practice session, a Tissot Superpole (to decide grid positions), Warm Up session and 2 off races per weekend.

  • In an aim to make the racing closer, a reference rider weight has been established at 80Kg. For each 1Kg that a rider is lighter than that reference weight, 0.5Kg of ballast must now be added to the bike, upto a maximum of 10Kg of ballast.

  • Alongside the Rider's Championship, a Team Championship has also been created. Teams not licenced to the championship will not score championship points.

  • Exemptions to the usual minimum age rules will be applied to the top 3 finishers in the 2023 Supersport300 World Championship, the 2023 FIME European Moto2 Championship and the 2023 FIME European Stock Championship to complete in the 2024 FIM Supersport World Championship, as these riders have demonstrated their capacity and experience to be able to benefit from the exemption.

  • For World Supersport, World Supersport300 and World Women's Circuit Racing (WorldWCR) 2024 Season, the top 9 grid positions in Race 2 shall be based on the fastest times recorded by riders during Race 1.

  • Infringements in engine allocation regulations shall result in the offending rider starting the next 2 races (excepting Superpole Races) from the back of the grid, and shall received two long lap penalties.

  • Two bikes from each manufacturer competing in the WorldSBK Class will be required to fit fuel flow meters and log data during both practice and races to validate the concept and define future maximum fuel tank restrictions.

  • For the WorldSSP Class, a racing kit shall be made available by all the manufacturers and limited to only 1 homologated racing kit per racing season.

  • For the WorldSBK and WorldSSP categories, starting from the 2024 season, a minimum of 40% sustainable fuel content shall be used.
     

Where can I watch World Superbike races live this year?

As well as subscription and free-to-view TV programming to be detailed in advance of each race, you can watch every test session, timed practice, qualifying and race session on the WSBK video pass. Keep an eye out for discount deals, especially when bundled with Amazon Prime deals.

 

What TV channels will World Superbikes be on this year?

TV coverage will vary from race to race, but generally, live coverage will be shown on Eurosport, who have now secured TV rights until 2025. Highlights coverage is yet to be agreed, but is expected to be secured by ITV and shown on the ITV4 channel as per the 2022 season.

We'll update this page with all the TV schedules for each round, so keep coming back to make sure you don't miss any of the action.

ITV4 is available on Channels 25 and 60 (+1) on Freeview, Channels 118 (SD), 175 (+1) and 178 (HD) on Virgin Media, Channel 132 on Virgin Media Ireland, Channel 117 and 118 (+1) on Freesat, and Channels 120 (HD), 220 (+1) and 818 (SD) on Sky. It's also available streaming via the ITV Hub (UK only).

 

2024 World Superbike Calendar

Rnd

Date

Event

WSBK

WSSP

WSSP

300

WWCR

1

23-25 Feb 2024

Australian Round

X

X

 

 

2

22-24 Mar 2024

Catalunya Round

X

X

X

 

3

19-21 Apr 2024

Dutch Round

X

X

X

 

4

14-16 Jun 2024

Emilia-Romagna Round

X

X

X

X

5

12-14 Jul 2024

UK Round

X

X

 

X

6

19-21 Jul 2024

Czech Round

X

X

X

 

7

9-11 Aug 2024

Portuguese Round

X

X

X

X

8

23-25 Aug 2024

Hungarian Round

X

X

 

X

9

6-8 Sept 2024

French Round

X

X

X

 

10

20-22 Sept 2024

Italian Round

X

X

 

X

11

27-29 Sept 2024

Aragon Round

X

X

X

 

12

18-20 Oct 2024

Spanish Round

X

X

X

X

* Subject to Homologation

 

Your 2023 World Champions: Alvaro Bautista (WSBK), Nicolò Bulega (WorldSSP) and Jeffrey Buiz (WorldSSP300)

 

WSBK Rider Standings

Pos No Rider Nat Team Pnts
1 1 Alvaro Bautista ESP Aruba.it Racing - Ducati 123
2 54 Toprak Razgatlioglu TUR ROKiT BMW Motorrad WorldSBK Team 117
3 11 Nicolo Bulega ITA Aruba.it Racing - Ducati 109
4 22 Alex Lowes GBR Kawasaki Racing Team WorldSBK 93
5 29 Andrea Iannone ITA Team GoEleven 64
5 55 Andrea Locatelli ITA Pata Prometeon Yamaha 64
7 60 Michael Van Der Mark NED ROKiT BMW Motorrad WorldSBK Team 58
8 87 Remy Gardner AUS GYTR GRT Yamaha WorldSBK Team 54
9 9 Danilo Petrucci ITA Barni Spark Racing Team 47
10 77 Dominique Aegerter SWI GYTR GRT Yamaha WorldSBK Team 46
11 14 Sam Lowes GBR ELF Marc VDS Racing Team 31
12 31 Garrett Gerloff USA Bonovo Action BMW 29
13 24 Nicholas Spinelli ITA Barni Spark Racing Team 25
13 97 Xavi Vierge ESP Team HRC 25
15 65 Jonathan Rea GBR Pata Prometeon Yamaha 23
16 47 Axel Bassani ITS Kawasaki Racing Team WorldSBK 22
17 21 Michael Rinaldi ITA Team Motocorsa Racing 21
18 45 Scott Redding GBR Bonovo Action BMW 18
19 95 Tarran Mackenzie GBP PETRONAS MIE Racing Honda 7
20 5 Philipp Oettl GER GMT94 Yamaha 4
21 7 Iker Lecuona ESP Team HRC 3
22 28 Bradley Ray GBR Yamaha Motoxracing WorldSBK Team 2
22 53 Tito Rabat ESP Kawasaki Puccetti Racing 2

  

WSSP Rider Standings

Pos No Rider Nat Team Pnts
1 99 Adrian Huertas ESP Aruba.it Racing WorldSSP Team 86
2 55 Yari Montella ITA Barni Spark Racing Team 85
3 62 Stefano Manzi ITA Pata Yamaha Ten Kate Racing 85
4 23 Marcel Schroetter GER MV Agusta Reparto Corse 84
5 54 Bahattin Sofuoglu TUR MV Agusta Reparto Corse 55
6 64 Federico Caricasulo ITA Motozoo ME AIR Racing 54
7 53 Valentin Debise FRA Evan Bros. WorldSSP Yamaha Team 49
8 28 Glenn Van Straalen NED Pata Yamaha Ten Kate Racing 46
9 9 Jorge Navarro ESP WRP-RT Motorsport by SKM-Triumph 45
10 94 Lucas Mahias FRA GMT94 Yamaha 39
11 17 John McPhee GBP WRP-RT Motorsport by SKM-Triumph 25
12 32 Oliver Bayliss AUS D34G Racing WorldSSP Team 22
12 61 Can Oncu TUR Kawasaki Puccetti Racing 22
14 5 Niccolo Antonelli ITA Ecosantagata Althea Racing Team 21
15 72 Yeray Ruiz ESP VFT Racing Yamaha 18
15 66 Niki Tuuli FIN EAB Racing Team 18
17 71 Tom Edwards AUS D34G Racing WorldSSP Team 15
18 51 Anupab Sarmoon THA Yamaha Thailand Racing Team 10
18 27 Kaita Toba JPN Petronas MIE Racing Honda 10
20 7 Lorenzo Baldassarri ITA Orelac Racing Verdnatura 7
20 69 Thomas Booth-Amos GBR PTR Triumph 7
22 21 Tom Toparis AUS Stop & Seal Racing 6
22 85 Twan Smits NED Team Apreco 6
22 68 Luke Power AUS Motozoo ME AIR Racing 6
25 40 Simone Corsi ITA Renzi Corse 5
26 74 Piotr Biesiekirski POL Ecosantagata Althea Racing Team 4
27 25 Marcel Brenner SWI VIAMO Racing by MTM 3
27 48 Lorenzo Dalla Porta ITA Altogo Racing Team 3
29 50 Ondrej Vostatek CZE PTR Triumph 2
30 19 Gabriele Giannini ITA Team ProDina Kawasaki 1
30 89 Khairul Idham Bin Pawi MAL Petronas MIE Racing Honda 1

  

WSSP300 Rider Standings

Pos No Rider Nat Team Pnts
1 88 Daniel Mogeda ESP Team#109 Retro Traffic Kawasaki 63
2 58 Inigo Iglesias Bravo ESP Fusport-RT Motorsport by SKM-Kawasaki 57
3 53 Petr Svoboda CZE Fusport-RT Motorsport by SKM-Kawasaki 53
4 7 Loris Veneman NED MTM Kawasaki 43
5 57 Aldi Satya Mahendra INA Team BrCorse 41
6 23 Samuel Di Sora FRA ARCO Sash MotoR University Team 30
7 55 Unai Calatayud ESP ARCO Sash MotoR University Team 30
8 56 Galang Hendra Pratama INA ProGP NitiRacing 30
9 43 Marco Gaggi ITA Team BrCorse 28
10 48 Julio Garcia Gonzalez ESP KOVE Racing Team 26
11 1 Jeffrey Buis NED Freudenberg KTM-PALIGO Racing 25
12 8 Bruno Ieraci ITA Team ProDina Kawasaki 24
13 17 Ruben Bijman NED Team Flembbo-PL Performances 22
14 22 Marc Garcia ESP KOVE Racing Team 16
15 31 Elia Bartolini ITA Yamaha Motoxracing WorldSSP300 Team 15
16 26 Mirko Gennai ITA MTM Kawasaki 14
17 77 Jose Manuel Osuna Saez ESP DEZA-BOX 77 Racing Team 7
18 66 Phillip Tonn GER Freudenberg KTM-PALIGO Racing 7
19 4 Emanuele Cazzaniga ITA Racestar 6
20 12 Dylan Czarkowski NED Racing DC 5
21 47 Fenton Seabright GBR Kawasaki GP Project 5
22 38 David Salvador ESP MS Racing 4
23 62 Kevin Fontainha BRA Yamaha AD78 FIM LA by MS Racing 3
24 91 Matteo Vannucci ITA Pata Yamaha AG Motorsport Italia 2
25 41 Raffaele Tragni ITA Pata Yamaha AG Motorsport Italia 2
26 80 Gustavo Manso BRA Yamaha AD78 FIM LA by MS Racing 2