Ahead of the first race of the 2023 FIA World Endurance Championship in Sebring, USA, the official FIA WEC app has had a refresh to offer a bigger and better livestreaming service for fans this season.
The updated app is powered by SPORTALL, the sports streaming specialist, through a new business partnership signed with LMEM and the ACO. It is available via all screens: on smartphone and tablet (with IOS and Android), and online via https://fiawec.tv as well as on Smart TV with the Chromecast function.
Free Practice 3 will be live on the app for all fans to watch for free with English and French commentary.
Also available on the app will be qualifying, race sessions and live timing as well as live on-board cameras during the race. There will be world feed commentary in both English and in French plus replays of all sessions and the race should you miss the action live. Also available will be live timing and data information plus all the latest championship news and driver/team information. There will also be several hours of race archive footage available to watch. The app will allow one unique customer account with subscription to watch on any of your chosen devices. There are three types of passes available for purchase:
For the full “100% FIA WEC” access pass, the cost for the entire season is 39.99 Euros – this includes the 24 Hours of Le Mans, which forms round four of the WEC and includes the following:
- Live qualifying sessions and races covering all seven rounds of the WEC
- Full world feed commentary (English and French)
- Live on-board cameras during the race
- Replays of the races and the sessions
- Live timing and data information
The second is the “MY RACE” pass which will cost 6.99 Euros and is for one WEC race only. It will include the same features listed above.
The final package is the “24 HOURS OF LE MANS” pass which is available to purchase for 12.99 Euros. This package includes the same features as above but is available for the centenary year of the 24 Hours of Le Mans race only.
Please note that due to an exclusive broadcast deal in the USA and Canada, the FIA WEC app will be blocked in these countries for Sebring and for the 24 Hours of Le Mans races.