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On-board cameras get WSBK go-ahead

Fans will get the chance to witness the excitment of World Superbike racing from a riders' viewpoint with the introduction of on-board cameras.
Coverage of the World Superbike Championship will be enhanced from the second round at Donington Park onwards with the introduction of on-board cameras.

Though the feature has been widely used in motor racing for several years – including MotoGP -, this will be the first opportunity for WSBK fans to experience the rigours of racing from an on-board perspective.

To be introduced from the Donington Park round onwards, the news comes as Infront Sports & Media reveals a new deal has been struck to extend coverage of the series across the Middle East and Asian territories.

Agreements with ESPN/STAR, Al Jazeera and J Sport ensure World Superbikes is broadcast to approximately 175 countries globally, with more than 3,000 hours of coverage set to be shown in 2011.


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