FAQ: VideoPasses: Full season OnDemand

What do I get to see with the Full Season OnDemand VideoPass?

With the OnDemand VideoPass you get to see:

-OnDemand coverage: watch the WorldSBK and WorldSSP Superpoles on Saturday and to all the races of the weekend on demand one day after they take place. For the European rounds, Superstock 1000 race is also covered, as well as SBK FP1 and FP2 and SSP FP2.

-Video Library: Enjoy 26 minutes highlights, race reviews, season reviews of past seasons since 1993.

Why am I not getting live coverage with my VideoPass?

Depending on the country you are located in, you will have access to on demand coverage, without live. You will be able to view the races live on the TV broadcaster available in your country.

What does auto-renewal mean?

When you purchase a Full Season VideoPass subscription, you also accept the Terms and Conditions allowing your subscription to be automatically renewed the following season and each subsequent season.

You will be notified of this impending charge by email at the email address you provided during sign up. We will also advise you of any price changes at this time as well as any other material changes to the subscription terms. You will then have an opportunity to cancel your subscription if you do not want it renewed for the following season. Please be advised that if you do not affirmatively cancel your subscription by the date provided in our email notice then it will be automatically renewed and the credit card on file will be charged based on the subscription price indicated in the email notification.

How do I cancel auto-renewal for my subscription?

You can cancel auto-renewal billing for your Full Season VideoPass at any time before it auto renews.

To cancel auto-renewal billing for your Full Season VideoPass subscription, please visit your VideoPass section on your profile after clicking on your email address once logged in. Set the automatic renewal feature to Disabled.

What is the video format?

The recent videos are available in HD format, both live and on-demand. HD delivers quality of 1280x720px at 2.4Mbps depending on your bandwidth, and Hi-Res is 960x540px at 3Mbps

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