The Speedway Grand Prix 2023 is set to begin in Croatia this Saturday, offering a range of options for interested viewers to follow the race via live streams. Those who prefer condensed coverage can enjoy highlights on free TV.
In Germany, the Speedway GP will also be televised in 2023, allowing viewers to catch the highlights on free TV. Additionally, both the race and the World Cup final in Breslau (Wroclaw) will be broadcast live on free TV.
The entire 2023 Grand Prix season can be followed live through the Discovery+ editions and the Eurosport app. Fans even have the option to gain insights from the driver’s pit, as the season aims to provide not only the drivers’ response times at the start but also real-time speeds throughout.
Discovery+ is accessible through the pay-TV provider Sky’s offering, and it can be subscribed to independently, just like the Eurosport app. Subscription prices start at €3.99 per month, and subscriptions can be canceled on a monthly basis. The first Grand Prix in Croatia will also be shown on ServusTV Motorsports, which can be accessed through Telekom’s Magenta TV service.
Grand Prix highlights will once again be featured on free-to-air TV on Eurosport 1 this year, as well as on the ServusTV streaming platform.
To get into the spirit of the 2023 Grand Prix season, a program about world sprint champion Bartosz Zmarzlik will be aired on free-to-air TV on Eurosport 1 on April 27 at 17:00. Furthermore, highlights of the first Croatian Grand Prix will be shown next Tuesday at 7:30 pm, during prime time, on Eurosport.
Laura Manciet, Director of the Speedway Grand Prix, expressed excitement about the partnership with ServusTV to broadcast live from Croatia and the Monster Energy FIM SWC Finals on Eurosport. Manciet mentioned that with live coverage from all ten Speedway GPs available for free across Germany, fans will have ample opportunities to witness the best racing action of the season, as every second of the races will be accessible through Discovery+ and the Eurosport app.