Watch World Superbikes in High Definition

WSB not crisp enough for you? Well it's soon to be in HD on Eurosport

Posted: 20 March 2010
by Visordown News
We'd like to see those in hi-def

For the first time this season on Eurosport, viewers will be able to watch the World Superbike Championship in high definition next weekend.

Coverage from the second round in Portimao, Portugal begins at 11.15am on Sunday 27 with on-site news and analysis before race one gets underway LIVE at 12pm. Race two will be shown at 5pm.

British Eurosport 2 will also feature the full day’s racing LIVE, with six hours of coverage starting at 10.30am in Eurosport’s World Superbikes studio, where front man Tony Carter will be joined by former World and British Superbike champion Neil Hodgson who returns to the BSB series this season. Also on hand to provide his expert views will be former Superbike and MotoGP rider James Haydon.

Guiding viewers through the day’s racing will be commentator Jack Burnicle and former BSB and WSB rider James Whitham.

Saturday 27 March

1500-1600 LIVE Superpole on British Eurosport 2

1800-1830 LIVE Superstock 600 on British Eurosport 2

Sunday 28 March

1030-1630 LIVE Superbikes on British Eurosport 2

1115-1200 LIVE Superbike Corner (race build-up) on Eurosport HD

1200-1300 LIVE WSB Race One on Eurosport HD

1700-1730 WSB Race Two on Eurosport HD

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about bloody time, now all we need is MotoGP to follow suit!

Posted: 20/03/2010 at 10:25

Old news ??? - I watched a number of WSBK events on Eurosport HD last season.

Posted: 20/03/2010 at 10:25

Yes, but was it filmed in HD? I also have HD and it looked the same meaning I do not think that is was filmed in HD. Does it mean that this weekend will be?

Posted: 22/03/2010 at 13:06

HD Coverage

Definitely some of  the races last year in HD. Picture detail was a lot different. Biggest problem..... the sound was out of sync with the picture, the commentary ran in front of the image, meaning you herd it before you saw it, kinda spoilt it.

Apparently this is down to the company sending the broadcast from circuit !?! Hope they get it right this year!!

Posted: 24/03/2010 at 20:34

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