Motors TV Weekly Highlights 7th to 13th April

LIVE FIA European Rallycross

The 2012 European Rallycross campaign gets underway on Easter Monday at Lydden Hill with live coverage on Motors TV. Expect fireworks from Liam Doran, who will be keen to impress in front of his home fans and kick-start a bid for the title. The Brit’s chief competition will come from rallycross king Sverre Isachsen, who is hunting a fourth successive European crown this season.           

-  Monday, 9 April 1.00pm & 4.00pm

LIVE FIM Motocross World Championship

The new FIM Motocross World Championship campaign kicks-off in the Netherlands with exclusive live coverage on Motors TV. In the premier MX1 category Red Bull KTM's Antonio Cairoli will be looking to extend his run of titles to four on the bounce, but the Italian faces stiff competition from the likes of Clement Desalle and Christophe Pourcel.

- Monday, 9 April 12.00pm & 3.00pm (MX1)

-  Monday, 9 April 11.00am & 2.00pm (MX2)

LIVE FIA GT3 European Championship

Live coverage of the FIA GT3 European Championship returns to Motors TV for 2012. Federico Leo and Francesco Castellacci took last year’s title but won’t return to defend their crown this season, though their AF Corse squad is back on track with an all new line-up. The campaign kicks-off at French venue Nogaro.

- Sunday, 8 April 4.15pm

-  Monday, 9 April 8.30am

Racecar Euro Series

NASCAR's officially sanctioned European cousin begins its 2012 season at Nogaro where Chevy Camaros, Dodge Challengers and Ford Mustangs will bring a distinctively American roar to the French countryside.

-  Sunday, 8 April 3.35pm

-  Monday, 9 April 6.00pm 

LIVE Italian Superbike

Italy’s premier motorcycle championship tackles the second round of its 2012 campaign live on the High Speed Television Channel. With five classes competing over four hours the action is guaranteed to come thick and fast at the Imola circuit.

Sunday, 8 April 10.30am (Stock 600)

-  Sunday, 8 April 11.20am (Stock 1000)

-  Sunday, 8 April 12.50pm (Superbike)

-  Sunday, 8 April 1.45pm (125 GP & Moto 3)

-  Sunday, 8 April 2.40pm (600 SS & Moto 2)

Inside Grand Prix - China

A look ahead to this year's Chinese Grand Prix, the ninth to be held at the Herman Tilke-designed Shanghai International Circuit. Every one of the six world champions on this season's grid has won the event, though McLaren star Lewis Hamilton is the only man to score a double triumph at the race. Can the Brit grab a first win of the season and complete his Chinese hat-trick?

-  Tuesday, 10 April 9.00pm