Catch the ELMS Season Finale on a Screen Near You

From ELMS — 19/10/2016 — Jeff Carter
Pic­ture © Copy­right 2016 /

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.

For full details of the TV cov­er­age for the 2016 4 Hours of Esto­ril CLICK HERE


Joao Lamares

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