Motors TV November Highlights

AUSSIE V8 SUPERCAR V8 Supercars is Australia’s premier motorsport discipline with the championship traditionally ending in the first days of summer in the Southern Hemisphere. While the rest of us face the prospect of a chilly winter, blazing sunshine and soaring temperatures will greet the drivers at November’s two rounds before the season finale at the beginning of December.

After October’s big ‘classics’ at Bathurst and Surfers Paradise, the teams and drivers temporarily leave Australian soil for the Kingdom of Bahrain. It’s the third time that the series has visited the Middle East and the F1 circuit awaits them. This race is the furthest the championship travels all season and the year’s most ‘exotic’ race will be screened ‘DELAYED-AS-LIVE’ in its entirety – not just the three races, but qualifying too – with the two day meeting taking place on Friday and Saturday.

Two weeks later the caravan returns to Australia with Tasmania holding round 13 at Symmons Plains. The event should be critical in deciding the destination of the title and Motors TV has all three races ‘DELAYED-AS-LIVE’.

V8 Supercars – Round 12, Bahrain: Qualifying - Friday 7 November at 9pm, Race 1 – Friday 7 November at 10pm, Race 2 - Saturday 8 November at 9pm, Race 3 – Saturday 8 November at 10pm.

V8 Supercars – Round 13, Symmons Plains: Races 1, 2 and 3 – Sunday 23 November at 2pm.WORLD SUPERBIKE FINALE

It’s the end of the 2008 World Superbike and Supersports season and the season finale takes place at the brand new Portuguese circuit near Portimao on the Algarve. The track represents the hopes of Portugal to return to hosting international motorsport and the state-of-the-art facility looks like it might help the country achieve that goal.

The Superbike and Supersports riders have the honour of inaugurating this new venue and Motors TV will celebrate with a special highlights programme on Thursday 6 November.

World Superbike and Supersport Championships – Round 15 at Portimao, Thursday 6 November at 9pm.  THE BEST OF CONTINUES

As the motorsport season draws to a close, fans can console themselves with Motors TV’s review shows. As ever, the ‘High Speed Television’ channel takes an in-depth look at each championship featured on the channel.

Each programme brings all the best action from each championship as well as interviews and reports and a comprehensive look at who won the title and how. Each programme will be repeated throughout the winter to make sure you don’t miss out on any of the action!

This November, the ‘best of….’ shows include:

Indy Lights – from Saturday 1 November at 9pmLe Mans Series –from Sunday 2 November at 9pmPorsche Supercup –from Tuesday 4 November at 9pmAMA Superbike Championship – from Sunday 16 November at 9pmFFSA (French) GT Championship – from Tuesday 18 November at 9pmWEC – from Saturday 22 November at 12 noonBritish Rallycross Championship – from Saturday 22 November at 9pmAmerican Le Mans Series – from Sunday 23 November 7pmBritish F3 International Series – from Saturday 29 November at 9pmBritish GT Championship – from Sunday 30 November at 9pmFIA-GT: THE FINAL ROUND (UK + DE only)

LWhile the World Superbike Championship breaks new ground in Europe by visiting the new track at Portimao, the FIA GT Championship is trailblazing in South America with a trip to Argentina. The series has the honour of christening the spectacular San Luis circuit which is set inside an old volcano. The incredible scenery should go hand-in-hand with incredible racing and Motors TV has the exclusive LIVE rights in the UK to screen the 10th and final round on 23 November

FIA GT Championship, Round 10 at San Luis – Sunday 23 November at 4pm.

DON'T FORGET...The Fast Lane:The fantastic new magazine show featuring cars, motorsport and more has four more shows in November.

Every Monday Evening at 9pm (3, 10, 17 and 24 November)

Prodrift 2008: Four special programmes dedicated to one of the biggest and most prestigious competitions in the rapidly growing world of Drifting.

Every Monday Evening at 7.25pm (4, 11, 18 and 25 November)