The very first V8 Supercars event of the season, the Clipsal 500 in Adelaide
, will be televised live from March 2-5, while the first Formula 1 telecast will be shown live March 12-15 at the Australian Grand Prix
in Melbourne. FOX SPORTS is continuing its partnership with free-to-air channel Ten, who is limited to simulcasting just 10 of the major F1 races, six of the featured V8 Supercars events and showing highlights packages for the remaining races on the network.
FOX SPORTS CEO Patrick Delany also acknowledged that in an agreement with Sky, FOX SPORTS viewers will get the same Formula 1 coverage that Sky Sports provides in the UK. Delany added, “With LIVE coverage of every F1 event joining V8 Supercars and MotoGP on FOX SPORTS in 2017, fans will continue to see the very best motorsport in the world, all LIVE and in High Definition.”
Foxtel CEO Richard Freudenstein added. “Not only will fans see all the races live but we will continue with unrivalled behind the scenes experiences and the most expert commentary available. Fans of motor racing will be thrilled with what they can see if they subscribe to Foxtel’s sports package on any of our platforms including our online streaming service Foxtel Play.”
FOX SPORTS will provide and unequaled coverage of the following motorsports categories, to include live streaming options through the Foxtel Go app:
Formula 1 Championship – Every F1 Race Live
MotoGP Racing Championship – Live
V8 Supercars Championship – Live
FIM Superbike World Championship – Live
World Rally Championships – Live
NASCAR and Verizon IndyCar Series – Live
Stream Motorsports LIVE Today with Foxtel Play
Check out Foxtel Play’s 2 weeks Free Trial Offer.