How to watch the 2017 Portuguese Superbike GP live streaming

The tenth Grand Prix of the 2017 Superbike calendar will be staged at the Portimao circuit. Here's how to watch it in streaming on smartphones and computers

Four Grand Prix to the end and Jonathan Rea's dream of becoming Superbike World Champion again will become real. And the 2017 Portuguese GP (September 15-17) seems to be the right springboard to increase the lead in the standings over teammate Tom Sykes. The race weekend will be able to be followed in live streaming both on the Mediaset website (and Sportmediaset), and on the online platform Eurosport Player.

After two years, Superbike returns to race on the Portimao circuit: in 2015 Jonathan Rea won both heats, proving to be the rider who best interprets the curves of the Portuguese track. This year it is the right occasion to increase the seventy point lead he has in the standings over his teammate Tom Sykes. But in order to win the 2017 Portuguese GP he will have to watch his back against Marco Melandri and above all Chaz Davies, fresh winner of the Lausitzring Grand Prix and third in the world standings.

The television rights to the 2017 World Superbike Championship have been acquired by Mediaset, which will broadcast live Friday's free practice, the Superpole and Race 1 on Saturday and Race 2 on Sunday. Eurosport has also acquired the rights to broadcast the Superbike, but race 1 and race 2 of the 2017 Portuguese GP will be aired only on a deferred basis. Enthusiasts will also be able to follow the Superbike live streaming by connecting to Mediaset and Eurosport online platforms: here's how to do it.

Superbike Portuguese GP 2017 schedules

The Superbike Portuguese GP 2017 weekend will open on Friday 15 September with the first two free practice sessions (10:45 and 15:30). Saturday will be a full day: it starts at 10:05 with the third free practice session and continues at 12:00 with the Superpole. At 15:30 it's back on track for race 1. On Sunday at 10:50 the warm-up will start, while g.

How to follow the 2017 Portuguese Superbike GP live streaming on Mediaset

Mediaset dedicates to Superbike part of the programming on Italia 1 and Italia 2. Free practice is broadcast completely live on Italia 2, while Superpole, Race 1 and Race 2 are broadcast on Italia 1. For those who can not follow the race weekend live from their home TV, they can do it in live streaming using smartphones and computers. Both Italia 1 and Italia 2 are available on Mediaset's online platform and you can watch live streaming of the channels without the need to subscribe to the website. In order to watch the 2017 Portuguese GP live streaming for free, all you need to do is connect to Mediaset's website and select the Italia 1 or Italia 2 channel depending on the day.

Aside from Mediaset Online, the 2017 Portuguese GP Superbike will also be broadcast in live streaming on A free alternative available for all fans of the world of production derivatives.

How to watch the Superbike GP of Portugal 2017 live streaming on Eurosport Player

Those who will not be able to see the Portuguese Grand Prix live, can take advantage of the deferred viewing of Eurosport. The channel dedicated to sport will broadcast live the Superpole on Saturday, while for race 1 it will be necessary to wait until 18. Same for race 2, which will be broadcast deferred at 22:45. Eurosport will also broadcast the Grand Prix of Portugal in streaming on the online platform Eurosport Player. To be able to access the platform you need to have a subscription that allows you to see all sporting events for which Eurosport has acquired the rights, including the World Superbike 2017.

How to watch the Superbike GP of Portugal 2017 live streaming on SkyGo and Premium Play

Eurosport is also available in the list of channels present on the online platforms of SkyGo and Premium Play. Connecting to the two platforms during the times of the Superpole, Race 1 (deferred) and Race 2 (deferred) users will be able to follow the 2017 Portuguese GP in streaming. To access the two platforms will require an account and an active subscription dedicated to the sport.