24th - 30th January
British Rallycross Open Review
We know you all love a bit of Rallycross on Motors TV which is why, in the time honoured tradition of the High Speed Television Channel, we’ll be giving you the chance to re-live 2008’s considerable number of best bits all over again in the opening salvo of this two-part season review.
British Rallycross Open ReviewMonday, 25th January, 18:00Andros Trophy / Pilot Bike
The penultimate rounds of the Andros Trophy and Pilot Bike championships come from Serre Chevalier in France where it’s make or break time in the title race. Once again the ice drivers and riders will be tested to the limit in the far from ideal snowy conditions.
Andros Trophy / Pilot Bike, Round 6, Serre ChevalierWednesday, 28th January, 17:30 AMA Supercross / AMA Lites Just like wildlife sleeping through the winter thaw, we’ve been patiently waiting for the first signs of spring and a brand new motorsport season. Thankfully viewers, that wait is almost over as the first buds appear in the form of America’s 2009 Supercross season. We might need to be patient a little while longer for the MX boys to get going (the Daffodils of this spring-time listing, if you will) so in the meantime your attention should be drawn to our cousins in the States where there’s more than enough two-wheeled dirt action to get you by until then.
AMA Supercross / AMA LitesTuesday, 27th January, 19:00Wembley 24 Hours...Thankfully, this isn’t a world record attempt at playing the Beautiful Game but instead a 24 hour karting event held under the floodlights and arch of Wembley Stadium. The Race of Champions, staged there in December, provides the technical and testing layout for the drivers competing in this most unique of settings.
Wembley 24 Hours Endurance KartingSunday, 25th January, 21:00
The Championship Off Road Racing pack return for the fourth round of the season held in Las Vegas. Chelsea Tractors finally do what they were born to do as a selection of pick-ups race around a Motocross-esque course leaping and scrabbling their way either to victory or the scene of an impending accident.
CORR, Round 4, Las VegasMonday, 26th January, 21:00Formula 4 Stroke PowerboatsIt’s Liverpool’s turn to host the Formula 4 Stroke powerboat teams this week as the now ex-European City of Culture becomes the venue for the fourth round of the season. As always we’ve coverage of both 150 and 250bhp classes which always guarantee exciting racing, especially if This Morning has forgotten to remove Fred Talbot and his giant floating map from the Mersey.
Formula 4 StrokeFriday, 30th January, 20:00