Motors TV Weekly Highlights

10th – 16th September

Live FIM MX World Championship The world's premier motocross series brings the curtain down on its 2011 campaign with the Grand Prix of Italy. MX1 superstar Antonio Cairoli will be looking to celebrate a third successive title on home soil, and given the KTM rider’s recent form he will be difficult to stop at the Fermo circuit.

- Sunday, 11 September: From 11.00am (Moto 1) & 2.00pm (Moto 2) Live AMA Motocross  A vintage year for the American MX series has seen a thrilling three-way title battle between Ryan Villopoto, Ryan Dungey and Chad Reed. One will emerge as champion at the season-closing Pala National and Motors TV is the only place to catch uninterrupted live coverage.- Saturday, 10 September: Midnight    World Rally Championship - Rally Australia  Despite the substantial climatic differences between the two nations Rally Australia has always been a happy hunting ground for Finnish-born competitors, with over half the WRC events staged in the antipodean country won by a Finn. After a year's break the championship is heading back Down Under in 2011, but despite the stats we’re still putting our money on a Frenchman named Sébastien taking home the spoils. The only difficulty is choosing which one.- Saturday, 10 September: 9.00am (Day One) - Saturday, 10 September: 2.15pm (Day Two)- Sunday, 11 September: 1.05pm (Day Three) Italian Motorcycle Road Race Championship   Thought that motocross was the only two-wheeled entertainment on offer this week? Think again. We’re bringing you full delayed-as-live coverage from round seven of the Italian Motorcycle Road Race Championship, with action from five classes at the Vallelunga circuit.

- Sunday, 11 September: From 4.05pm   British Formula Three After a month's break the British Formula Three boys roar back into action at Rockingham Motor Speedway. As Carlin star Felipe Nasr closes on the 2011 title the battle worth watching is now over runner-up spot, with less than twenty points separating second through sixth in the standings heading to the Northamptonshire venue.

- Saturday, 10 September: 7.25pm Formula Ford Championship of Great Britain   The Formula Ford field remembers April 10 2011 well: it was the last time they beat Scott Malvern on-track. Since then the Essex-born racer has taken an incredible 12 successive wins and is surely heading for a thoroughly deserved championship triumph. Next on his hit list is Brands Hatch, where the Ford boys will take to the Indy circuit for a trio of races. No prizes for guessing who the safe money is on.- Saturday, 10 September: 6.25pm