List of Superleague Formula broadcasters

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This is a list of Superleague Formula broadcasters, that is, a list of broadcasting networks and media outlets which have shown coverage of Superleague Formula. Superleague Formula is covered regularly by such publications as Autosport magazine as well as offering applications such as live timing and live race video streaming from its official website. The series also operates several official social networking websites for its fans, including Twitter and Facebook. This list is accurate up to and including the final round of the 2010 championship at Navarra.

2008 International broadcasters[edit]

In addition Superleague Formula was also broadcast on many of the participating club's own networks including:

  • An average of 6 million fans per race watched the 2008 Superleague Formula season.[1] Superleague Formula's inaugural race at Donington Park was seen in 62 countries by a viewing audience of 100,000 people. 34,000 fans attended the last race of the season at Jerez, broadcast live in 70 countries.[2]

2009 International broadcasters[edit]

Country / Region TV Network
World Superleagueformula.com (Live races)
Africa Setanta Sports (Live races)
Asia ESPN Star, CNBC (Race highlights)
 Australia Setanta Sports (Live races), SBS,
Nine Network, Fox Sports (Race highlights)
 Belgium EXQI Sport (Live races)
 Brazil TV Esporte Interativo (Live races)
 Canada Setanta Sports (Same day delay Sunday races)
Caribbean Setanta Sports (Same day delay Sunday races)
 Cyprus MyVision (Live races)
 Denmark TV3+ (Live races)
 France Direct 8, OLTV (Race highlights)
 Greece Sport+ (Live races), ET1 (Race highlights)
 India ESPN Star Sports (Race highlights)
Country / Region TV Network
 Ireland Setanta Sports (Live races)
Middle East Abu Dhabi Sports Channel (Live races)
 Netherlands RTL (Race highlights)
 Norway Viasat Motor (Live races)
 Portugal TVI 24 (Live races)
 Spain Canal+, Cuatro (TV channel) (Live races)
 Sweden Viasat Motor (Live races)
  Switzerland SSF (Race highlights)
 Turkey Galatasaray TV (Live races)
 United Arab Emirates Abu Dhabi Sports Channel (Live races)
 United Kingdom British Eurosport 2 (Live races)
 United States Setanta Sports (Same day delay Sunday races)
European Union Rest of Europe Eurosport 2 (Live races and highlights),
CNBC (Race highlights)
  • For the 2009 Superleague Formula season, the races were broadcast in 62 countries to a reach of 100 million people.[3]
  • Official race commentary on the SF World Feed same from Ben Edwards and Bruce Jouanny for every round of the season. Jonathan Green and Martin Haven have also featured in the commentary box. Ben Constanduros and Warren Pole were the pitlane reporters and interviewers.

2010 International broadcasters[edit]

2011 International broadcasters[edit]

  • Motors TV will screen live coverage of all twelve rounds of the 2011 season to viewers in Europe, having signed a deal for the first time with the series.[6]
  • Superleague Formula will be available to broadcast into as many as 400 million households worldwide for 2011. Deals have been struck with over 180 global territories to show live and delayed coverages of races in the series. Qualifying and the races, in partnership with Endemol Sport, will also still be shown live via the SF World Feed, as per in previous years.[7]

References[edit]

  1. ^ http://www.automobilsport.com/race-categories--24,56199,Superleague-Formula-will-be-broadcast-in-Japan,news.htm
  2. ^ "Reception of Superleague Formula's first season consolidates the championship for 2009". superleagueformula.com (Superleague Formula). 2008-12-17. Retrieved 2010-01-19. 
  3. ^ http://www.superleagueformula.com/superleague/SF-Experience/SF-TV/TV-broadcasting
  4. ^ "Superleague Formula by Sonangol revs up video presence with www.thenewsmarket.com". superleagueformula.com (Superleague Formula). Retrieved 2010-04-01. 
  5. ^ Bradley, Charles (2010-10-14). "Bamber bags the Beijing bounty". Autosport (Haymarket Publications) 202 (2): p. 53. "In a twist of irony, Soucek, whose Flamengo machine was totalled, took over the TV commentary duties that Bamber was supposed to be doing!" 
  6. ^ "Motors TV secures live Superleague Formula coverage for 2011". superleagueformula.com (Superleague Formula). Retrieved 6 April 2011. 
  7. ^ "Superleague Formula Nations Cup available in over 400m TV households for 2011 season". superleagueformula.com (Superleague Formula). Retrieved 2 June 2011. 

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