Motors TV Weekly Highlights

WRC - Rally Argentina Round five of the World Rally Championship sees competitors tackle the narrow gravel roads of central Argentina on which Sebastien Loeb is undefeated since 2005. Having racked up a total of six victories since then, the Frenchman is strong favourite to reign supreme again this year, particularly with chief rival Jari-Matti Latvala out injured.            - Saturday, 28 April 9.00am - Sunday, 29 April 9.00am- Monday, 30 April 9.00am NASCAR Nationwide Series  The NASCAR Nationwide Series continues its cross-country travels with a stop at Virginia's Richmond International Raceway. The increasingly impressive Ricky Stenhouse Jr. will be looking to strike a blow for the series regulars at an event usually claimed by Cup racers pulling ‘double duty’.- Saturday, 28 April 7.00pm  LIVE Grand-Am Live coverage from round three of the Grand-Am Road Racing Championship comes from the infield course at Homestead-Miami Speedway. Corvette duo Richard Westbrook and Antonio Garcia won last time out at Barber and will be looking to double up with more success at the Florida venue.

- Sunday, 29 April 6.00pm  LIVE FIA Formula Two  Round three of this year's Formula Two campaign comes from the Algarve venue in southernmost Portugal. After a fine start to the campaign British racer Luciano Bacheta will be on the hunt for more silverware, but promising rookies Alex Fontana and Matheo Tuscher should provide stiff opposition at the Portimao circuit.

- Saturday, 28 April 1.35pm (Race 1 Live)- Sunday, 29 April 10.50pm (Race 2 Highlights) LIVE European F3 Open While the F2 boys will be contesting their third round in Portugal the F3 Open contenders are only now getting their season underway. Always a competitive championship, intrigue for 2012 has been boosted by the addition of touring car convert Michela Cerruti, who joins off the back of a race-winning Superstars campaign.

- Saturday, 28 April 4.39pm (Race 1 Live)- Sunday, 29 April 9.30pm (Race 2 Highlights) LIVE FIM World Motocross ChampionshipRound three of this year's World MX Championship will see Red Bull KTM star Antonio Cairoli return home as a three-time title-winner. The Sicilian rider will be desperate to secure the honours on home turf, an achievement that has thus far evaded MX's top dog.

- Sunday, 29 April from 11.00am (Moto 1) and 2.00pm (Moto 2)