Northern Ireland’s Jonathan Rea, who has won the previous two championships, will aim to triumph once again after blowing the field away last year, claiming the title by over 50 points.
There are plenty of other Brits to watch out for, including 2013 British Superbike champion Alex Lowes, 2011 World Supersport champion Chaz Davies and MV Agusta’s Leon Camier.
Eurosport’s studio coverage will be presented by Matt Roberts with analysis from 2014 World Superbike champion Sylvain Guintoli and British Superbikes legend James Haydon.
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Former World Superbike rider James Whitham will provide analysis in the commentary box out in Australia alongside Eurosport’s new lead commentator, Greg Haines.
Eurosport will broadcast exclusive LIVE coverage from every round of the 2017 championship.

Saturday 25 February
0115-0510 LIVE qualifying and race one on Eurosport 1
0800-0930 Day one highlights on Eurosport 1

Sunday 26 February
0200-0500 LIVE race two and support races on Eurosport 1
0800-0930 Day two highlights on Eurosport 1
Monday 27 February
1930-2130 Full weekend highlights on Eurosport 2
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