WorldSBK live on TV8 and SKY Sport!
The World Superbike Championship is on the launch pad and, while all the teams are completing their preparations for the fascinating trip to Australia, good news for all motorbike fans has been made official!
For the next three years, until 2021, the Superbike will be broadcast live on Sky Sport MotoGP (channel 208), while for those who do not have a Sky subscription it will be possible to follow the live races on the TV8 channel of the digital terrestrial, completely in clear. This is how the Mediaset era ends and a new and exciting era linked to the British group opens up; the images, the attention to detail, the show of which, by now, Sky provides unique and excellent levels will surely benefit. Moreover, with a channel entirely dedicated to motorcycle competitions, every minute of action will be broadcast and you can follow all the free practices, Superpole and races live since Friday. News and insights will be provided constantly on Sky Sports 24, as well as on the site skysport.it. Further news will be the possibility to follow the 13 stages of the WorldSBK in any place, thanks to the mobility of Sky Go. On the international level, Eurosport will be broadcasting live all the World Superbike Championship’s races.
Now there are no more excuses; from Friday 22 February everyone will be able to follow the races of the toughest and most passionate world championship ever, where Team Go Eleven and Eugene Laverty will try to lead their Ducati V4-R in the top positions!