• Free-to-view stream available globally in French and English
• RTBF to broadcast live on TV, full race available on RTBF Auvio
• Sky Sports F1 to air extensive coverage in UK
Extensive global coverage on television and across a host of online platforms will ensure that fans can follow every second of this year's Total 24 Hours of Spa from the comfort of their own home.
The race will air live in a wide variety of European nations, including its native Belgium, where the 24 Hours will be screened by its longtime partner RTBF. In the UK, a significant portion of the action will air live on Sky Sports F1, while the same will be true in Germany thanks to Sport1.
Further agreements across the continent will take the race to homes in France, Italy, Spain and the Netherlands, with a combination of live coverage and highlights airing in these countries and many others.
What's more, the 24 Hours will be screened live in Japan by J Sports and in Malaysia by Astro, while China will have a combination of live action and highlights from Star Sports. The United States and Canada will be served by CBS Sports, which will broadcast the event live and as-live.
A wide variety of regions will be able to follow the race via the Motorvision platform. These include Australia, South Africa and Thailand among many others. For a complete list of TV broadcast agreements, viewers can consult the document linked at the bottom of this page.
Of course, the Total 24 Hours of Spa will also enjoy extensive live coverage via a host of online options, allowing fans to enjoy the event via a free-to-view, non-geo-blocked stream. This will be available on the usual platforms, including the event's official website, Facebook page and YouTube channel.
Streaming begins on Thursday at 15.15 CEST with pre-qualifying. This is followed at 18.55 by the main qualifying sessions, which will establish the Super Pole contenders and set grid slots 21 through 56. A busy Thursday concludes with night practice, which gets underway at 20.35 and will give competitors extensive after-dark running at Spa-Francorchamps.
Friday is all about Super Pole, which begins at 18.20 and sees the fastest drivers of the weekend compete for a place at the front of the grid. Finally, the 72nd edition of the Total 24 Hours of Spa will get underway at 15.30 on Saturday. From pre-qualifying until Sunday's chequered flag, fans will not need to miss a moment.