World Rally Championship - France Twelve months ago Sebastien Loeb sealed world title number seven in front of his adoring home fans but his task won't be that straightforward this year. A double DNF for Citroen last time out in Australia has put Ford's Mikko Hirvonen squarely in the fight for the championship and with the continuing inter-team rivalry at the French squad the blast through the Alsace region promises to be a far more competitive affair in 2011. - Saturday, 1 October: 9.15am (Day 1)- Saturday, 1 October: 10.35pm (Day 2)- Sunday, 2 October: 10.35pm (Day 3) Live FIA Formula Two We’ve got live coverage of both races from Formula Two’s penultimate round at Monza, where long-time points leader Mirko Bortolotti could wrap-up the title on home soil. With chief rival Christopher Zanella failing to out-score him since May's trip to Magny-Cours there's every chance Bortolotti will leave the Milanese autodrome with the F2 crown and a Williams Formula One test as his reward.- Saturday, 1 October: 12.50pm (Race 1)- Sunday, 2 October: 1.15pm (Race 2) Live International GT Open Live coverage of the pan-European GT series’ trip to Portugal. Frenchman Soheil Ayari leads the standings after seven rounds but has Italian duo Lorenzo Bontempelli and Stefano Gattuso hot on his heels. With local man Miguel Ramos also keen to put on a show for his home fans the competition is guaranteed to be fierce.
- Saturday, 1 October: 1.55pm (Race 1)- Sunday, 2 October: 11.50am (Race 2) Live European F3 Open The F3 Open season passes its halfway point at Autódromo do Algarve with a clear title favourite yet to emerge. Chief contenders Alex Fontana, Fabio Gamberini and Victor Correa will all be seeking to stake their claims for championship glory on the series' maiden trip to Portugal.
- Saturday, 1 October: 3.30pm (Race 1)- Sunday, 2 October: 10.50am (Race 2) Le Mans Series Highlights Highlights from the final LMS event of the 2011 campaign at former Portuguese Grand Prix venue Estoril, where LMP1 machinery makes its final appearance in the championship ahead of LMP2 assuming the mantle of premier category next season.
- Saturday, 1 October: 8.30pm ADAC GT Masters Germany's premier GT series arrives at Hockenheim for the eighth and final round of the 2011 season. With an entry list that ranges from gentleman drivers to Formula One race-winner Heinz-Harald Frentzen on-track thrills and spills come as standard.
- Wednesday, 5 October: 9.00pm (Race 1) & 10.35pm (Race 2)