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Auto Racing This Weekend Schedule

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Auto Racing This Weekend Schedule


All three Formula 1 races will be broadcast live on BBC One and Sky Sports F1 channel from Melbourne to Shanghai. Sky Sports F1 will also show all four MotoGP races live from Japan to Argentina, plus one live Moto2 race in Italy.

This weekend has a little bit of everything! There are several NASCAR races, the Indianapolis 500, the Daytona 500, and plenty of other racing events.

We’re just a few days away from some of the biggest auto races in the country. If you’re planning on attending any of the races this weekend, you’ll want to plan to ensure you get the best seat in the house.

It’s time to race again. It’s not as simple as that, though. Before the race begins, you’ve got to be ready. Ready to give it your best shot? You must ensure your body is well prepared and your mind is at the peak of its performance. So, let’s start by focusing on how to prepare your body.

World Rally Championship: Germany (21 May – 23 May)

I’m a huge fan of the World Rally Championship. The only motorsports championship requires the driver to compete on various surfaces, terrains, and conditions. It’s the ultimate test of skill and stamina.

While the cars are fast and the drivers are amazing, the nature of the race makes it so exciting. The race is a grueling one that lasts all day.

The drivers constantly go up and down hills, through tight forest areas, and past cliffs. They continually dodged tree branches and boulders. They’re always driving blind, relying on GPS, and trying to avoid accidents.

It’s a wild ride.

British Formula 4 Championship: Brands Hatch (22 – 24 May)

You should check out the Brands Hatch race this weekend if you live in London or anywhere near the city. The British Formula 4 Championship is a great opportunity to catch up on motorsport.

You’ll see a variety of drivers from around the world battling it out in front of thousands of fans. It’s a great chance to get up close and personal with the stars of tomorrow.

The event runs from Friday 22nd to Sunday 24 May. You can get tickets here.

American Le Mans Series: Long Beach (23 – 25 May)

American Le Mans Series (ALMS) is a racing series that combines the world of sports cars and road racing. ALMS races are held all over the United States and worldwide, and it is a great place to see the best drivers compete against each other.

This weekend, the Long Beach Grand Prix will take place at California Speedway, and it will be the second race of the 2018 season.

British Touring Car Championship: Silverstone (24 – 26 May)

If you’re loot, here are two options to watch the British Touring Car Championship this weekend; there are ts to attend the British Grand Prix in Silverstone on Saturday. The BTCC is being held there; you can expect plenty of driving and racing.

The second option is to tune in online. You can watch the BTCC live from the comfort of your own home.

To watch the race, you’ll need to get a virtual ticket. These are only available on a limited basis, so purchase yours soon.

The BTCC website will also stream the race live on its website. This will be broadcast on the main TV channel and available on the BTCC website, so if you’re interested in watching the race live, you’ll want to set your DVR and get ready to watch.

Frequently asked questions about Auto Racing.

Q: Why would someone become an Auto Racing fan?

A: The reason someone would become an Auto Racing fan is simple. It’s the adrenaline rush that comes from going fast.

Q: How does a person become an Auto Racing fan?

A: People become Auto Racing fans by watching racing on the television or through the internet.

Q: What is a person like who becomes a fan of Auto Racing?

A: Someone who becomes a fan of Auto Racing is very competitive, is determined to win, and wants to make a difference.

Q: What is the most common mistake fans make?

A: The most common mistake fans make is getting upset when they lose. They think it’s a defeat when it is not. You must realize that this is a sport where you can fail and often fail, but that doesn’t mean you are a failure.

Top myths about Auto Racing

  1. Auto racing is a dangerous sport.
  2. Auto racing is not safe.
  3. Auto racing is a form of gladiator sport.
  4. Auto racing is not a job for women.


This weekend, four auto races are worth checking out.

The first race is the Indy 500, the official start of the IndyCar Series. This is the only race of the year where drivers go full throttle at a straight line without using a pit stop.

The NASCAR Sprint Cup Series kicks off on Sunday with the Brickyard 400, one of the year’s biggest races, at Indianapolis Motor Speedway.

Then, on Sunday, the NASCAR Monster Energy Cup Series takes to the track with the Coke Zero 400. This race takes place at Daytona International Speedway, which is a huge speedway in the US.

Lastly, the IndyCar Series takes to St. Petersburg, Florida streets on Sunday night for the season finale.

The first race is the Indy 500, the official start of the IndyCar Series. This is the only race of the year where drivers go full throttle at a straight line without using a pit stop.

The NASCAR Sprint Cup Series kicks off on Sunday with the Brickyard 400, which will take place in Indianapolis.

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