The remainder of the sixth round of the 2017 Superbike World Championship will be shown on free-to-air TV today.
All of Sunday’s race action will be broadcast live on Quest, a free-to-air channel owned by Eurosport’s parent company, Discovery, due to a scheduling clash with the Giro D’Italia.
Eurosport anchor Matt Roberts will be joined by five-time British Superbike Champion Shane Byrne and four time WSB champion Carl Fogarty as the extensive coverage gets underway at 10:30 this morning.
Racing kicks off at 11:05 with the World Supersport 300 class, ahead of the World Supersport race at 12:00, Superstock 1000 race at 13:15 before the flag drops on the final WorldSBK race at 15:00.
Some fans have complained about the move as it means there is no option to watch in high definition unlike when it’s shown on Eurosport.
Quest can be found on Freeview (Channel 37), Sky (Channel 144), Virgin (Channel 172) and You View (Channel 37). Alternatively, it’ll all be broadcast on the Eurosport player online.
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