Unable to make it over to the iconic Spa-Francorchamps track in Belgium to watch the race from the trackside? fear not, there are other ways in which you can watch the action live from the comfort of your own home. The kind folk over at the WEC have put together a comprehensive list of live television coverage to be shown via major broadcasters around the world, ensuring that you don’t miss any of the WEC action. The full listings can be found HERE.


LIVE and direct on the Europe-wide Eurosport 1 from 19h00 to 20h45 CET and the first two hours of the race/final hour LIVE on Motors TV throughout Europe.


ORF will show five hours of the race LIVE and direct from 15h30 to 20h30, capturing the drama of the race as it moves towards the hours of darkness.


RTBF will show all the action LIVE from the opening hour and final hour, with highlights following the race on Saturday evening.


As the traditional dress rehearsal for the Le Mans 24 Hours next month, L’Equipe 21 will show free-to-air coverage from the starting grid from 14h00 and show the first 30mins from 14h30 and the last hour of the race live. Motors TV will show the first two hours and also the excitement of the final hour live.


Eurosport 1’s coverage of the race, featuring the seven major manufacturers involved in the WEC, will be shown from 19h00 to 20h45 CET. Motors TV will also show the opening two hours and final hour of the race live in Germany.


Britain’s knowledgeable of endurance racing can watch LIVE action on Eurosport 2 from 18h00 to 19h45 GMT. Also confirmed for UK TV viewers is live coverage from Motors TV with the first two hours and final hour live.

For more on this story, and a breakdown for each region CLICK HERE.