ELMS - 27/08/2019 - Jeff CARTER
Silverstone will see a festival of endurance racing with the ELMS race on Saturday and Round 1 of Season 8 of the FIA World Endurance Championship on Sunday afternoon.
If fans are unable to travel to the Home of British Motor Racing to see the action in person, you should be able to see the race on TV or online anywhere in the world.
Live Coverage of the 4 Hours of Silverstone
The 4 Hours of Silverstone is available to viewers in the UK, with live coverage of the race being shown on BT Sport. In Europe and the USA the race will be shown in full on MotorTrendonDemand and in Europe the race is also available on Motorsport.tv and can be seen live in Russia on the Motorsport.tv network.
The race from the UK will be streamed live in Scandinavia on the TV Maritime Norge channel. Sport TV in Portugal and Motorvision in Germany will also be showing the race live. Live audio coverage of the entire four-hour race is also available on Radio Le Mans around the world.
In addition fans of endurance racing all around the globe can watch the 4 Hours of Silverstone free and uninterrupted on the official website at www.europeanlemansseries.com.
Catch the Highlights
The race highlights will be available across Europe in Belgium (Eleven Sports Network), Finland (C More), Netherlands (RTL7) Poland (Eleven Sports Network), and Spain (Garage TV). Both the Fox Sports Europe and SportKlub networks will show the highlights across Europe.
Across Asia Fox International Channels and beIN Sports will be showing the highlights from each and every race, while there will be further opportunities to catch the action in individual countries. In China Star Sports will be once again covering each race, while Sony Ten will be showing the highlights package in India and Pakistan.
Both Fox Sports and beIN Sports will be covering the 4 Hours of Silverstone in Australia, with beIN Sports coverage also in New Zealand and Turkey.
In South Africa Mnet Supersport is the channel of choice for fans of the European Le Mans Series, while Flow TV will show the highlights of the 4 Hours of Silverstone across the Caribbean.
Both ESPN and Kwese will provide the 60 minutes highlights package to viewers throughout the African continent.
Garage TV and Fox LatAm will also take the ELMS Highlights Package to broadcast across the Pan Latin America region.
The 4 Hours of Silverstone will take place on Saturday 31 August, with live coverage beginning just before the race sarts s at 14h30 BST. Check the local TV listings for the channels that will be showing the race highlights.
CLICK HERE for the full TV schedule for Round 4 of the 2019 European Le Mans Series.