Where to watch the TotalEnergies 6 Hours of Spa-Francorchamps

Time for your televisual Spa treatment!

In order to get your full Spa treatment this weekend, the TotalEnergies 6 Hours of Spa-Francorchamps – round two of the 2022 FIA World Endurance Championship – will be broadcast in almost every country in the world as well as being available online, meaning you really can watch Spa from anywhere… even the Spa!

The 7km Spa-Francorchamps track provides a visual treat no matter what the viewing platform and this season’s edition of the TotalEnergies 6 Hours of Spa-Francorchamps is likely to be a classic. After the drama of the season-opener at Sebring, Spa is back to its position as the race before the jewel in the crown 24 Hours of Le Mans, so there is likely to be action aplenty.

Where to watch?

Of course, the best way is in person at the track and spectating is recommended. Tickets can still be bought HERE

If you’re not joining us trackside, one of the best ways to keep up to date and watch the action not just from Spa but all season is via the FIA WEC App.

The App is available worldwide (geoblocked in USA and Canada) and has English commentary with Martin Haven and Graham Goodwin calling on 2014 WEC champion  Anthony Davidson for expert insight and Louise Beckett from the pitlane.

For the USA and Canada, Motortrend carries at least half the race live with highlights also available in Canada via Rev TV.

At home in Belgium, if you’re out of earshot of the race the local broadcaster is RTBF TV on the TIPIK channel with Sport 10 also shows the race live as well as highlights.

Across the rest of Europe, Eurosport will show all six hours of the race, and countries covered by this include the UK, France and Germany. French viewers can also watch on la chaine L’EQUIPE and German viewers on RTLNITRO.

For the first time the Finnish TV channel, C MORE MAX, will broadcast the race live and their OTT platform C MORE will also broadcast.

Further afield, 36 South and Central American territories are covered and a total of 105 territories are provided for in Europe and Asia combined. 53 African territories can also enjoy the action.

The race is also covered extensively through online broadcasters globally, not least the WEC App, as well as being available through online radio platforms, including Radio Le Mans.

Race action starts at 13:00 local time (CET).

In total, FIA WEC has TV contacts for 196 counties and territories.

The full global list can be seen HERE