Motors TV Weekly Highlights

3rd – 9th September

Live FIM MX World Championship The 14th and penultimate round of this year's World MX Championship sees German venue Gaildorf play host to the Grand Prix of Europe. After another stellar season there's every chance MX1 star Antonio Cairoli will clinch his third successive title a round early, and with Ken Roczen topping the MX2 standings KTM could be set for a double celebration in Baden-Württemberg.

- Sunday, 4 September: From 11.00am (Moto 1) & 2.00pm (Moto 2) American Le Mans Series  The ALMS is in the midst of its busy period as it builds towards October's blue riband Petit Le Mans. This event sees the series take in new surroundings with a trip to Maryland for the inaugural Baltimore Grand Prix. Expect two and three-quarter all-action hours at this new-for-2011 venue.- Sunday, 4 September: 4.00pm   Live Volkswagen Scirocco R-Cup A podium finisher at every race this season and the winner of half, Poland's Mateusz Lisowski is beginning to look unstoppable in his quest for the Volkswagen Scirocco R-Cup crown. Motors TV has live coverage of the series' trip to British circuit Brands Hatch where local man Daniel Lloyd should prove Lisowski's toughest challenger.- Saturday, 3 September: 4.55pm Live AMA Motocross  Steel City plays host to the penultimate round of this year's AMA Motocross Championship and with the title battle between Ryan Villopoto, Ryan Dungey and Chad Reed too close to call our live coverage of the Pennsylvania-based event is a must-see for MX fans.

- Saturday, 3 September: 9.00pm  Live Ferrari Challenge Europa Austria's Red Bull Ring is the scene for our pair of live Ferrari Challenge Europa races. After dominating the early portion of the season Max Blancardi is without a win since May's trip to Portugal. The Italian still leads the standings, but can he hold off in-form Philipp Baron on the Austrian's home turf?

- Sunday, 4 September: 9.00am (Race 1) & 1.00pm (Race 2) Kartmasters 2011  2011 marks the 16th running of Kartmasters, which counts British racing stars Lewis Hamilton, Craig Dolby and Alexander Sims amongst its past winners. This year’s event should see the usual mix of up-and-coming youngsters and battle-hardened kart veterans duking it out at the PF International circuit.- Monday, 5 September: 5.50pm