Motors TV Weekly Highlights

28th June - 6th July - Channel 413 on Sky Digital and 545 on Virgin Media

 LIVE – F3 EUROSERIESEurope’s premier junior single seater series, the F3 Euroseries, visits the Norisring in Germany for rounds 7 and 8 of a closely fought 2008 season. Rookie Mika Maki has been the surprise star so far, but Niko Hulkenberg still looks the favourite to take the title. Brits James Jakes, Sam Bird, Martin Plowman and Jon Lancaster all have a chance of strong finishes as Motors TV brings LIVE and DELAYED-AS-LIVE action from the weekend’s two races.

F3 Euroseries, Rounds 7 & 8, Norisring, GermanySunday 29 June, Race 1 - 8:45 DELAYED-AS-LIVE, Race 2 – 9:45 LIVE

LIVE – MX2The LIVE action switches from four wheels to two as Motors TV brings the best Motocross action to your living room with LIVE and DELAYED-AS-LIVE coverage of the MX2 Motocross World Championship. Two races are slated at Teutschenthal in Germany and a gaggle of Brits in the field are hoping to conquer the whoops and troughs for victory.

MX2 Motocross World Championship, Round 8, Teutschenthal, GermanySunday 29 June, Race 1 – 11:00 – LIVE, Race 2 – 14:30 – DELAYED-AS-LIVELIVE - DTMThe Brits are flying in the DTM and threatening to bring the championship to the UK for the first time since 2005 when Gary Paffett took the crown. Mercedes men Paul di Resta won last time out at the EuroSpeedway Lausitz, with Jamie Green victorious in the previous round at Mugello, and both are well placed in the title race. Round 5 of the 2008 season takes place at the Norisring, where Audi will be looking to bounce back.

DTM, Round 5, NorisringSunday 29 June, 12:45FRENCH GTMotors TV continues its commitment to the best sportscar racing from across the globe with highlights of the ultra-competitive FFSA GT Championship. France’s most popular domestic series is currently led by the Saleen S7R of Le Mans racers Patrick Bornhauser and Christophe Bouchut, but watch out for an impressive field of Corvettes, Lamborghinis, Dodge Vipers, Ferraris and Porsches across the GT1, GT2 and GT3 categories. Hour long highlights come from Val de Vienne.

FFSA GT Championship, Round 4, Val de VienneWednesday 02 July, 19:00 WORLD SUPERBIKESThe World Superbike Championship returns from its American tour and decamps at Misano for the San Marino GP. Four-time champion Max Biaggi has been slightly off-form so far this year as Australian Troy Bayliss dominates, but expect fireworks from the Italian at his home race. Motors TV have extensive highlights of all the Superbike and Supersport races.

World Superbike & Supersport Championships, Round 8, MisanoThursday 03 July, 21:00CRASH-TASTICMotors TV’s round up of the latest shunts and smashes is back with July’s edition of Best of Crash. The ‘High Speed Television’ channel has scoured the globe for the most crazy and comedic of crashes from four wheels and two, on track, gravel and water!

Best of Crash, July Saturday 05 July, 13:30


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