Motors TV Weekly Highlights

19th – 25th November

Live Spanish Motorcycle Road Racing The final round of the 2011 Spanish Motorcycle Championship comes live from Jerez with extensive coverage on Motors TV. We've got lights-to-flag action from the Moto 2, 125 GP and Stock Extreme classes as three championships are decided in as many hours.            - Sunday, 20 November: 10.05am (Moto 2)- Sunday, 20 November: 11.20am (125 GP)- Sunday, 20 November: 12.20pm (Stock Extreme) Live Night of the Jumps  The aerial acrobatics continue with the Night of the Jumps circus moving to Czech city Ostrava. World number one Jose Miralles currently heads the standings but his chief title challenger Libor Podmol will have his home crowd behind him at the event.- Saturday, 19 November: 8.00pm   V8 Supercars The V8 Supercars championship returns to something approaching normality following two enduros and the chaos of the Gold Coast international event. Round 12 sees a pair of races at Tasmanian venue Symmons Plains, where Jamie Whincup will be hoping to increase the championship advantage Sebastien Bourdais helped him re-take at Surfers Paradise.

- Saturday, 19 November: 5.25pm Porsche Supercup  Having set the pace for much of 2011 it's something of a surprise that Rene Rast heads to the Abu Dhabi season finale yet to wrap up his second successive Porsche Supercup title. With 50 points up for grabs over two races, six drivers travel to the Emirati venue with a shot at the championship, but in truth only Poland's Kuba Giermaziak has shown the form necessary to overhaul the reigning champ. Catch Rast in a Porsche while you still can - the German looks set to step up to the DTM in 2012.

- Saturday, 19 November: 7.05pm  World Series by Renault Season Review After narrowly snatching last year's Formula Renault 3.5 crown the Carlin team was back with a vengeance in 2011, easily taking the teams' championship whilst their drivers fought a two-way title battle. In the end Canadian hotshoe Robert Wickens overcame Red Bull protégée Jean-Eric Vergne to emerge as the cream of a very impressive crop. Also on show in our season review is the supporting 2.0 Eurocup series, where Dutchman Robin Frijns emerged as champion after a season-long battle with Carlos Sainz Jr.

- Saturday, 19 November: 2.45pm British F3 Season Review  When Felipe Nasr was confirmed as a Carlin driver late last year there was an immediate sense that the Brazilian would make light work of the British Formula Three championship. That's exactly how it panned out, with Nasr sealing the title two rounds early. Watch how he joined countrymen Ayrton Senna, Emerson Fittipaldi and Nelson Piquet as a British F3 champion in our season review.

- Sunday, 20 November: 4.50pm