Motors TV Weekly Highlights 21st to 27th April

LIVE FIA European GT3

Live coverage from the pan-European GT series' trip to former Belgian Grand Prix venue Zolder. Mercedes-Benz pairing Maximilian Buhk and Dominik Baumann enjoyed a winning start to the campaign at Nogaro and top the standings heading to round two.           

-  Saturday, 21 April 3.30pm (Race 1)

-  Sunday, 22 April 3.00pm (Race 2)

LIVE FIM MX World Championship

Live coverage of the second round of this year's MX World Championship comes from Bulgarian venueSevlievo. Red Bull KTM will be looking to repeat the dominant form they showed in the season-opening Dutch Grand Prix, where Antonio Cairoli took MX1 honours and local favourite Jeffrey Herlings secured a dominant MX2 victory.

- Sunday, 22 April from 10.00am (Moto 1)

-  Sunday, 22 April from 1.00pm (Moto 2)

Superstars International Series

It was little surprise that Formula One refugee Vitantonio Liuzzi was lightning fast on his Superstars debut, taking third in race one from last on the grid then sealing an emphatic win in the second run. The former Red Bull protégée will be favourite to secure yet more success at Imola, the same circuit where he scored points on his F1 debut.

- Sunday, 22 April 6.00pm (Race 1)

-  Sunday, 22 April 8.15pm (Race 2)

Ferrari Challenge Europa

Watching 20+ Ferraris hurtle into the first corner of a race disputing the same few inches of tarmac is a terrifying sight, unless of course you make your living repairing the famous Italian cars. Coverage of the Ferrari Challenge Europa’s second round of 2012 comes from Imola.

-  Sunday, 22 April 5.15pm (Race 1)

-  Sunday, 22 April 7.30pm (Race 2)

FIA Formula Two

Highlights from the season-opening Silverstone round of cost-capped junior series Formula Two. 2011 championship runner-up Christopher Zanella returns to the category this season and naturally assumes the mantle of title favourite, though the likes of Alex Fontana and Luciano Bacheta should prove worthy challengers.

Saturday, 21 April 8.30pm

WRC – Rally Argentina Preview 

We take a look ahead to Rally Argentina, round five of this year's world championship. Following the chaos of the Portuguese event - and a shock first-time winner in MadsOstberg - points leader Sebastien Loeb and crash-prone pretender to the throne Jari-MattiLatvala will be looking to re-assert their dominance.

-  Thursday, 26 April 10.35pm


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