From ELMS — 19/10/2016 — Jeff Carter
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The 2016 European Le Mans Series will reach a dramatic conclusion this weekend as the Autodromo do Estoril in Portugal hosts the sixth and final race of the year. With four of the six titles still yet to be decided, as well as a race to be won, there is going to be plenty of drama and excitement for fans around the world to watch live or on the recorded highlights.
As well as live and uninterrupted coverage on the official ELMS website, the race can be seen live across Europe on Motors TV from 14h10 CET and 13h10 in the UK. In addition, Portuguese fans will be able to see the race live on Eurosport 2 Xtra and on RTP2 from 13h30.
The race can be seen as live in the Ukraine, Moldova, Belarus and the Baltic States on Sports TV with a delayed broadcast on Sunday evening start at 21h30(local). Live coverage in the Middle East will be on OSN from 12h30 local and in China, Hong Kong, Taiwan and Macau on Chinese internet broadcaster LE TV
In addition to the live TV coverage, Radio Le Mans will be broadcasting full audio coverage of the race around the world via the internet.
In addition to the live broadcasts, the race highlights can be seen in across France and Europe on Motors TV, Austria on ORF Sport, Finland on Nelonen, Portugal on RTP2, the UK on BT Sport and in Spain on GOL TV.
The highlights from the 4 Hours of Estoril will also be shown across Africa on the Kwese and Zuku channels while in South Africa the Mnet Supersport channel will be also showing the highlights program several times in the weeks following the race.
In Asia, the Fox International Channels will be broadcasting the highlights to 16 different countries, while Fox Sports will be showing the race highlights in Australia. In New Zealand TVNZ Duke are broadcasting the highlights package from the final race of the season in Portugal.
Star Sports will be showing the highlights in China, while Ten Sports Taj TV will be broadcasting the highlights across India and Pakistan. Fans in Thailand can see the 4 Hours of Estoril on the True Visions network, while Kompas TV in Indonesia will complete the line up of broadcasters showing the highlights in Asia.
As well as its live broadcast on the 23 October, OSN will be repeating the full race coverage across the Middle East.
In America, the MotorTrendon Demand network will also be showing the highlights of the race in Portugal, as will Flow TV in the Caribbean and Fox LatAm across Latin America.
The 4 Hours of Estoril, which will take place on Sunday 23 October, is the sixth and final round of the 2016 European Le Mans Series. The weekend also includes round 6 of the Michelin GT3 Le Mans Cup, with the 2-hour race on Saturday 22 October and races for the Eurocup Formula Renault 2.0 and the Renault Sport Trophy.
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