Apr 11, 2013
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From a press release
issued by beIN SPORT TV
FIM Superbike World Championship: Marco Melandri (33) after winning last year at Motorland Aragon.
WORLD SUPERBIKE CHAMPIONSHIP CONTINUES AT MOTORLAND ARAGON ON beIN SPORT THIS WEEKEND
Superbike riders will be taking their talents to Motorland Aragón in Spain this weekend to compete in the second World Superbike Championship event of the year. beIN SPORT, America’s fastest-growing sports network, will simultaneously telecast and live stream online Superbike and Supersport races from Spain this weekend.
The world championship returns to Europe with one of the best venues on the racing calendar. With a combination of uphill and downhill sections, the MotorLand Aragón track will make for one of the most exciting races so far this year.
Don’t miss any of the action as last year’s winner, BMW Motorrad’s Marco Melendari, will see if he has the speed and precision to reclaim the title and work his way to the top of the standings after a top-five finish at Phillip Island.
Saturday, April 13
Starts at 8:30 a.m. ET (exclusively online on )
Sunday, April 14
Starts at 5:45 a.m. ET (televised on beIN SPORT and )
Live stream on
Television coverage on beIN SPORT in English, which is available from the following providers:
DIRECTV channels 620 (English-language) and 426 (Spanish)
DISH channels 408 (English) and 871 (Spanish)
Time Warner Cable
Bright House Network
Advanced Cable Communications
Atlantic Broadband channels 257 (Digital Plus), 957 (Digital Plus HD) and 234 (Spanish)
Liberty Cablevision of Puerto Rico
Viewers should check local listings for programming details.