Re-live the action from Mexico all over again

The first ever FIA World Endurance Championship event in Mexico took place before a bumper crowd of passionate race fans on Saturday. With typical action and battles throughout the field it was another thrilling edition of the 2016 WEC.

Mark Webber, Timo Bernhard and Brendon Hartley took a memorable victory after another sensational race with Audi who took the runners-up position with the no.7 R18 of Andre Lotterer and Marcel Fassler.

The home fans roared home the RGR Sport team of Ricardo Gonzalez, Filipe Albuquerque and Bruno Senna as they scored a fairytale victory on home soil.

Aston Martin scored a fine victory in LMGTE Pro, while the Abu-Dhabi Proton Porsche 911 RSR took the silverware in LMGTE Am.

To experience the action all over again and to soak up the unique atmosphere of the 6 Hours of Mexico presented by AT&T there are a variety of methods to catch-up:


Motors TV is due to show highlights of the race throughout Europe from 4th to 11th September.


Belgium’s knowledgeable motorsport TV viewers can re-live the key moments of the race on RTBF via news edits this coming week.


L’Equipe 21will show the full 52’ race highlights programme, free-to-air on the 7th and 9th September at 12.15 cet


Millions of Germany’s TV viewers will be able to see free to air highlights on RTL next weekend, shown on 4th September during the F1 coverage.


RTL 7 will show highlights of the Mexican race on 18th September and on 24th September both at 14.30cet. The Ziggo Sport channel will also show highlights on 7th September at 15.50cet and again on the 9th at 12h.


While BT Sport showed the full race live, the channel will also show the full 52’ highlights programme four times in the coming week. 

In addition Quest will also broadcast the official highlights on the week commencing 10th September.  Sky Sports News will broadcast news edits and one of the UK’s major free-to-air channels – Channel 4 – will continue to show WEC highlights, the Mexican race being broadcast on 10th September.


SuperSport will show the 52-minute highlights programme later this month to a pan-African audience.


The Pan-Asian region will be provided for by FOX Sports Pan Asia which will broadcast highlights on 10th September.


J-Sports will show replays of the race multiple times between 6th and 18th September on both its J-Sports 1and J-Sports 3 channels, plus BS Fuji will also take the 52’ highlights package for its 8 million homes on broadcast on 24th September at 11.00 local time.  


CCTV 5 will show news edits within its magazine show ‘Autotimes’ beginning on 5th September,


FOX Sports 5 will broadcast 3 hour highlights on the 3rd and 9th September.

In New Zealand viewers can follow the exploits of their countryman Brendon Hartley and Richie Stanaway on TV3 via a full highlights show on 11th September on CRC Motorsport

SBS will also be showing highlights in Australia during ‘Speedweek’ on 11th September at 11.00 local time.


The 2016 version of the FIA WEC APP will now feature replays of the race from just hours after the chequered flag for up to three weeks.  You can see all your favourite moments, including on board shots and exclusive content on the App, available from the Apple Store or Google Play Store.

You can also enjoy the WEC while travelling with in-flight highlights via Pitch International.

Mobil1 The Grid will also include highlights which are distributed internationally.