A look back at the TCR International Series season
After an action-packed season of door-handle-to-door-handle touring car racing, this weekend Motorsport.tv takes a look back at all the best bits of the 2017 TCR International Series!
With eight manufacturers represented, and top-line drivers behind the wheel, the third season of the TCR formula picked up exactly where the previous left off. Stefano Comini headed into 2017 riding the wave of two consecutive titles, but would he be able to retain his championship as the likes of 2010 Indy Lights winner Jean-Karl Vernay, young-charger Attila Tassi and veteran driver Roberto Colciago, were in hot pursuit.
Gymkhana Grid in South Africa
The now annual Gymkhana Grid event headed to South Africa for 2017, hosted by Ken Block. Named after the American’s ‘Gymkhana’ viral videos, the Grid event pits drivers in head-to-head races around short freestyle courses. 2017’s field includes World Rallycross champion Johan Kristoffersson and Petter Solberg.
Australian Superbikes from Wakefield Park Raceway
Heading down-under, we also have highlights of the Australian Superbikes Championship, with the second round coming from Wakefield Park Raceway. The premiere Australian motorcycle racing series has acted as a springboard for talent to make it on to the world stage, something 2017’s competitors will be hoping to achieve.
Friday 22nd December
18:55 - The Flying Lap, Ep 37
19:25 - Rainer Schelegelmilch: Freezing Speed
20:00 - Motorsport News Circuit Rally, Rd 2, Cadwell Park
20:30 - Monza Rally Show (Highlights)
Saturday 23rd December
09:40 - Rye House Pro Kart Cup, Rd 3
13:45 - Killarney Historic Rally (Highlights)
21:00 - TCR International Series, Best Of
22:00 - Gymkhana Grid, South Africa
Sunday 24th December
10:40 - Gymkhana Grid, South Africa
11:40 - Monza Rally Show (Highlights)
12:10 - TCR International Series, Best Of
17:55 - Canadian Superbike Championship, Rd 2, Grand Bend Raceway
18:25 - Australian Superbike Championship, Rd 2, Wakefield
The best bits of the 2017 Australian Supercars Championship
As we prepare to welcome in the New Year, Motorsport.tv brings you all of the best bits from the Australian Supercars’ 2017 season!
Whether it was on the mountain at Bathurst, or for the first time on the streets of Newcastle, this year’s Supercars Championship provided thrills and spills aplenty. Whilst Ford, Holden and Nissan continued their rivalries, the main battle was between DJR Team Penske and Triple Eight Racing, as Scott McLaughlin and Fabian Coulthard, fought with Jamie Whincup and Shane van Gisbergen for the title!
MSA British Rallycross Championship season review
The MSA British Rallycross Championship saw a highly competitive 2017 season, as new faces challenged the old guard. Julian Godfrey has been the dominant force in the series in recent years, though the arrival of Nathan Heathcote and Oliver Bennett into the top class for 2017, gave the veteran some new competition.
Canadian Superbike Championship at the Autodrome St. Eustache
Over in North America, we have highlights of the third round of the Canadian Superbike Championship from the Autodrome St. Eustache. In 2017, Jordan Szoke was looking for an unprecedented 12th Canadian Superbikes title, but would the 38-year-old be able to help his cause by winning at the Quebec track?
Friday 29th December
11:10 - Formula E Street Racers, Ep 4
17:20 - Rainer Schelegelmilch: Freezing Speed
18:55 - The Flying Lap, Ep 38
20:00 - Motorsport News Circuit Rally, Rd 3, Knockhill
20:30 - Scottish Hill Rally
Saturday 30th December
10:40 - MSA British Rallycross Championship, Season Review
19:25 - A Night of Stars: 30 Years of the Autosport Awards
21:00 - Australian Supercars, Best Of
Sunday 31st December
10:10 - Australian Supercars, Best Of
13:45 - MSA British Rallycross Championship, Season Review
17:50 - Canadian Superbike Championship, Rd 3, Autodrome St. Eustache
18:25 - Australian Superbike Championship, Rd 3, Winton