MANCHESTER SON | WHERE TO WATCH
If you can’t make it to Monster Energy FIM Speedway of Nations Race Off 2 in Manchester on Saturday, here are some of the places to watch.
10 / 05 / 2019, 10:59
If you can’t make it to Monster Energy FIM Speedway of Nations Race Off 2 in Manchester on Saturday, you can still catch the racing live on TV or online.
Here are some of the places you can tune in and don’t get caught out by the later start time due to the time difference between the United Kingdom and mainland Europe.
British viewers can switch on BT Sport 1 at 6.30pm as Tai Woffinden, Craig Cook and Robert Lambert bid to race their way to the Finals in Togliatti.
Danish supporters can follow the racing live on TV3 Sport from 19:55 as Niels-Kristian Iversen, Leon Madsen and Frederik Jakobsen take to the shale.
Australian fans can tune into Fox Sports at 4am (Eastern time) on Sunday as Chris Holder, Max Fricke and Jaimon Lidsey race for the Roos, with the meeting live for New Zealand viewers on Sky at 5am.
Viasat subscribers in Finland can watch the action live from 21:00 as Jesse Mustonen, Tero Aarnio and Timi Salonen compete.
Fans backing USA, Latvia and France or tuning in from selected other nations can catch Race Off 2 online via SGP TV. Here’s the link: http://bit.ly/2rBImGP.
Polish fans can check out the competition for the Finals by catching the action live on Canal+ Sport 2 from 19:30.
Swedish supporters can follow the action online through www.viaplay.se from 19:45, with racing live for Norwegian viewers from 20:00 on Viasat.