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Watch the Oschersleben 8 Hours live!

Watch the Oschersleben 8 Hours live!

25/08/2016 19:26

The Oschersleben 8 Hours will be held in Germany on Saturday 27 August. The race – the final of the FIM EWC championship – will be flagged off at 2pm CEST on the circuit near Magdeburg. Watch it live!

Eurosport 2 will broadcast live coverage of the Oschersleben 8 Hours from 1.45pm to 4.15pm and again from 7pm to 10.10pm (including the podium ceremony).

The entire race will also be available to watch live on Eurosport Player, which can be accessed from all of Eurosport’s websites.

A 23-minute Pit Stop segment devoted to the highlights of the FIM EWC championship final will be broadcast on Eurosport 1 at 9.30am on Wednesday 31 August. Pit Stop will also be available to Eurosport Asia Pacific viewers.

In France, L’Equipe 21 will also broadcast the race live, from 1.55pm to 5.15pm and again from 8pm to 10.15pm.

And, to keep up with the action at the Oschersleben 8 Hours (the final of the FIM EWC championship) in real time: the website fimewc.com, Facebook and Twitter.

Tension is running high as the final 10-day countdown to the 24 Heures Motos begins. 60 teams will be in Le Mans for the second round of the 2017-2018 FIM EWC. The stakes are high, as the first team past the finish line on Sunday 22 April stands to collect up to 60 points.

Tension is running high as the final 10-day countdown to the 24 Heures Motos begins. 60 teams will be in Le Mans for the second round of the 2017-2018 FIM EWC. The stakes are high, as the first team past the finish line on Sunday 22 April stands to collect up to 60 points.

FIM EWC mobile app

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Now available: the FIM EWC mobile app. Watch the championship anywhere, anytime!

YART Yamaha wound up the 24 Heures Motos tests on a very encouraging note. The factory-backed Austrian team was the only one to complete a lap of the Bugatti circuit in under 1’37.

F.C.C. TSR Honda France dominated the first day of pre-testing for the 24 Heures Motos at Le Mans. Despite the rain, 50 of the 60 teams entered for the second round of the FIM EWC were on the Bugatti circuit.

With five constructors and three tyre manufacturers running neck and neck, the outcome of the 24 Heures Motos is anyone’s guess. A look at the favourites to win the 41st edition at Le Mans on 21 and 22 April.

With four months to go for the Suzuka 8 Hours, the Japanese factory teams are already gearing up for the action. Following Honda’s announcement that official team HRC is returning to Suzuka, Kawasaki has revealed that Jonathan Rea will be back with Team Green.