WHERE TO WATCH | MONSTER ENERGY SON SEMI-FINALS
Here are some of the places you can watch the Monster Energy FIM Speedway of Nations Semi-Finals in Daugavpils on Friday and Saturday.
16 / 09 / 2021, 10:33
If you’re not heading to Daugavpils for the Monster Energy FIM Speedway of Nations Semi-Finals on Friday and Saturday, here are some of the places you can catch the racing on TV and online.
Poland take on Sweden, Denmark, the Czech Republic, Finland, Slovenia and the USA in Semi-Final 1 on Friday, with hosts Latvia facing MFR, Australia, Germany, France, Italy and the Ukraine in Semi-Final 2 on Saturday.
Don’t get caught out by the time difference! Racing in Latvia starts at 19:00 local time / 18:00 CET / 17:00 UK on both nights.
Polish fans can tune in on Canal+ Sport 2 from 17:30 as world champion Bartosz Zmarzlik, Dominik Kubera and Jakub Miskowiak race for their country in Semi-Final 1 on Friday. Saturday’s Semi-Final 2 action is available from 17:30 on Canal+ Premium.
Swedish fans not in Latvia can tune into V Sport Extra from 17:45 on Friday to watch Freddie Lindgren, Pontus Aspgren and Philip Hellstrom-Bangs race, with Saturday’s Semi-Final also on V Sport Extra at 18:00.
Danish viewers can get behind Leon Madsen, Mikkel Michelsen and Mads Hansen by watching live on TV3 Max from 17:45 on Friday, with Saturday’s racing live on Viaplay from 17:45 or on TV3 Sport from 19:45.
Australian supporters can catch Jason Doyle, Max Fricke and Keynan Rew in Semi-Final 2 on Saturday night/Sunday morning from 2am Eastern time on Fox Sports. Semi-Final 1 will be live on Fox Sports at 2am Eastern time on Friday night/Saturday morning.
Viewers in the UK keen to check out Great Britain’s competition ahead of the Monster Energy SON Final in Manchester next month can tune into Semi-Final 1 on BT Sport 2 at 4.45pm on Friday. Semi-Final 2 is also live on BT Sport 2 at 4.45pm on Saturday.
Slovenian fans can tune in via Sport Klub, with Digisport televising the action in the Czech Republic and Viasat broadcasting the racing in Finland. Latvian fans not in Daugavpils can watch on TVPlay Sport. German supporters can follow the racing on Sport 1, while Russian viewers can watch on Match TV. Viewers in these six countries are advised to check their local television listings for confirmation before tuning in.
Fans following the action from selected other nations can watch live via YouTube. Here’s the link: http://bit.ly/2lFagSF.