A worldwide TV presence

Upcoming broadcasts

Race 1, Live

Saturday, 15th October
09:50 CEST

Race 2, Re-live

Saturday, 15th October 2016
22:30 CEST

Race 3, Re-live

Sunday, 16th October 2016
12:30 CEST

Race 1, Live

Saturday, 15th October 2016
08:50 BST

Race 2, Re-live

Saturday, 15th October 2016
21:30 BST

Race 3, Re-live

Sunday, 16th October 2016
11:30 BST

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Race 1, live

Saturday, 15th October 2016
10:10 CEST

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Race 3, live

Sunday, 16th October 2016
10:00 CEST

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Tuesday, 18th October 2016
23:00 hrs

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Wednesday, 19th October 2016
08:30 hrs

In the 2016 season, the FIA Formula 3 European Championship once again will feature international presence

Deals for live and re-live coverage in 97 territories as well as global coverage in 218 nations and regions already have been signed, a few days prior to the season kick-off (state of affair 22nd of March 2016). And the Formula 3 TV magazine at Europe’s biggest sports channel, Eurosport, that made its debut in 2014, is also going to enter its third season.

16 TV stations will cover the competitive young-talent series live. In Germany, the series’ TV partner n-tv covers two races per weekend live – one on Saturday, one on Sunday. Furthermore, the stations BT Sport (UK), beIN Sports France (France), MTV (Finland) as well as ZIGGO/Sport1 (The Netherlands) have opted for covering the race action live. Nearly all European countries are supplied by the motor sports channel Motors TV, the channel covers all 30 FIA Formula 3 European Championship races live and it available via cable in numerous countries.

Also outside of Europe a high interest in the young driver championship has been detected and is met by live coverage in Australia, Canada, USA, most parts of South America and several countries in Asia. Highlights of the race weekends will be broadcast in 214 countries and regions. Altogether, 77 TV stations cover the FIA Formula 3 European Championship on a regular basis, among them stations as renowned as ESPN, FOX Sports, beIN and Al Jazeera as well as their different regional spin-off channels.

In 2016, the exclusive F3 Eurosport magazine will once again represent an absolute highlight. The 30-minute programme will be broadcast by Europe’s biggest sports channel on the Tuesday evening following the respective race weekend and takes an exclusive look behind the scenes of the young-gun series. The magazine will be broadcast in 20 languages and 54 countries, thus reaching 136 million households. Following the first showing – on Tuesday evening on Eurosport – the magazine will also be broadcast on Eurosport 2 and Eurosport Asia-Pacific.

In addition, all 30 races will be covered live with English commentary via the official website as free live-stream coverage. Furthermore, both the individual races and the race résumés are available as video-on-demand at the FIA European Formula 3 Championship’s official YouTube channel. And the live timing of practice and qualifying sessions as well as the races provides the motor racing enthusiasts with additional first-hand information.

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