Another season of comprehensive live, free-to-air coverage confirmed across four continents

Another season of comprehensive live, free-to-air coverage confirmed across four continents

SRO Motorsports Group will once again set the standard in fan-first motorsport coverage this season thanks to its class-leading online broadcasts and a series of television agreements around the globe. 

Fans can watch all 52 races staged across the four Fanatec GT World Challenge Powered by AWS continents via the GT World YouTube channel and SRO Motorsports Twitch account, while qualifying, pre-qualifying and free practice sessions are also live on the same platforms at selected events (streams subject to championship).

All coverage remains free-to-view with English commentary, but there are also French, German and Italian language streams for Fanatec GT Europe fans.

This is complemented by an extensive television package that includes Sky Sports in the UK and Germany, Sky Italia in Italy and MotoRRacing in France, which encompasses both live coverage and highlights. MAV TV will air highlights in the United States while J Sports continues its agreement in Japan.

A live action and highlights package will also air across the globe, with Asia, America, Africa, Europe, Oceania and the Middle East all among the regions covered.

But the action doesn’t end there. Every other race organised by SRO Motorsports Group is live and free on GT World and Twitch, while the majority of qualifying and practice sessions can also be seen as they happen. Championships include GT4 European Series Powered by RAFA Racing Club, Fanatec GT2 European Series Powered by Pirelli, FFSA Championnat de France des Circuits, British GT Championship, Pirelli GT4 America, GT America Powered by AWS, TC America Powered by Skip Barber Racing School, and Toyota Gazoo Racing North America GR Cup.

The CrowdStrike 24 Hours of Spa will also feature a comprehensive live streaming package that covers the various centenary and modern support series, while the eight standalone Japan Cup races and entire Monochrome GT4 Australia season is also included for the first time.

The breadth of coverage on offer will ensure that every fan can follow what promises to be an action-packed season. The racing year began in February with a record number of Repco Bathurst 12 Hour viewers enjoying the Intercontinental GT Challenge and Fanatec GT Australia season opener on YouTube, and continued last weekend with the opening rounds of British GT and FFSA Championnat de France des Circuits. 

The European and American championships both begin this weekend, racing at Circuit Paul Ricard and Sonoma Raceway, respectively.