The cars have been rebuilt, the drivers and mechanics have rested and recovered, and the 24 Hours of Le Mans is now behind us, with six more thrilling rounds of the 2017 FIA World Endurance Championship to come.
Those six rounds begin with the 6 Hours of Nürburgring (Sunday 16 July) in the Eifel mountains region of western Germany. For those unable to be at the racetrack – missing out on what is likely to be an incredible spectacle as 29 of the world’s most sophisticated and high-performing sports prototypes and GT cars thunder around the Grand Prix track at the famous Nürburgring track – look no further than the comprehensive WEC TV distribution guide HERE!
Here you will be able to see where the WEC will be aired via major broadcasters around the world, ensuring that you don’t miss any of the action.
For the final race in Europe before the WEC heads overseas, there is extensive pan-European coverage via Eurosport and Motorsport.tv, the latter continuing to show all races live.
Most importantly for local fans, Germany’s free-to-air Sport 1 channel will show the full race live and direct, showing the best of the WEC to its 72 million potential viewers. WEC news will also be featured in an increasingly popular 10-minute slot on RTL in the middle of the F1 qualifying magazine show.
The race will also be broadcast LIVE in Austria (ORF Sport) and France (La Chaine Equipe) and in the UK (BT Sport), with further race coverage (not live) in Belgium (RTBF), Netherlands (RTL), Spain (TVE), Switzerland (SRG SSR) and United Kingdom (ITV4) – check the TV distribution list for updates and exact timings.
The combined reach of the two German free-to-air channels is 144 million viewers, with Porsche’s win at Le Mans increasing interest further as the famous German marque goes head to head with Toyota once again.