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ServusTV to Broadcast WorldSBK for Two More Years

Austrian broadcaster ServusTV will continue to broadcast the FIM Motul World Superbike Championship until 2023 in Austria, Germany and Switzerland.

The World Superbike Championship is a motorcycle racing competition also known as superbike racing. The World Superbike Championship consists of a series of rounds that take place in permanent racing facilities. Each round has two full-length races and an additional ten-lap sprint known as the Superpole race. The results of the three races are counted together and the World Championships are decided, one for cyclists and one for manufacturers.

The 2023 Superbike World Championship will be 34th season of this championship. Jonathan Rea is the current Riders champion, while Kawasaki Racing is the Makes champion.

ServusTV will broadcast WorldSBK until 2023

ServusTV has announced a two-year contract extension to broadcast the MOTUL FIM Superbike World Championship in Austria, Germany and Switzerland.

All WorldSBK Superpole sessions and races will be broadcast on Servus Tv for two more seasons, and fans will be able to catch up on WorldSSP and WorldSSP300 via the new ServusTV online platform: servustv.com/sport.

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ServusTV will broadcast from the WorldSBK paddock during the different European rounds giving fans an exciting experience and bringing them closer together. This expansion agreement will be good news for motorsport fans in Austria, Germany and Switzerland.

ServusTV offers high-quality programs in the German-speaking area and has an audience of more than 5.7 million viewers per month. This contract extension agreement with SBK means that the channel will have a diversified motorcycle racing portfolio as it will also broadcast other premium championships such as MotoGP, Formula 1 and WRC.

The First Round of the MOTUL FIM Superbike World Championship 2023 will be broadcast live from 21S t May to May 23, 2023.

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