Hispasat 30°W – TVE covers Superbike World Championship until 2019

February 16, 2016 • Tags: #motorsoprtontv

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Superbike World Championship and RTVE have a threeyear contract extension to their current deal. The agreement will see that every round of the Superbike World championships will be broadcast in Spain on Teledeporte.

Motorsport satellite TV schedule

Teledeporte will also provide a commentary team and depth analysis. Spanish rounds will be covered by Teledeporte crew stationated on trackside, with a high-definition camera to bring fans closer to the action.

For satellite TV users Teledeporte is available via Hispasat 30°W and Astra 19.2°E satellite positions on frequencues 11038V and 11851V  with symbol rates 22000 and 27500 and FEC correction 5/6.

Superbike World Championship 2016

The 2016 Superbike World Championship season will be the 29th season of the Superbike World Championship. The season starts with two Phillip Island Grand Prix Circuit in Australia from 27th February.

Season ends with Losail International Circuit which will be held in Qatar from 28 October.

About Superbike World Championship 

Superbike World Championship is the worldwide Superbike racing Championship founded in 1988.

The Superbike World Championship season consists of a series of rounds.

Each round has two races and the results of each race are combined to determine two annual World Championships, one for riders and one for manufacturers.

The difference between Superbike World Championship and Moto GP is that the motorcycles that race in the championship are tuned versions of motorcycles available for sale to the public, by contrast with MotoGP where special built machines are used.

MotoGP can be compared with Formula One, whereas Superbike racing is similar to touring car racing.

Europe is Superbike World Championship’s centre but rounds have also been held in the United States, Malaysia, New Zealand, Canada, Japan, Australia, Russia, Qatar, and South Africa.

The championship is regulated by the FIM, the international governing body of motorcycle racing, and managed and promoted by FGSport.