Motors TV Weekend Highlights

July’s relentless schedule continues with live NASCAR Nationwide Series action from New Hampshire as the Loudon venue hosts the fifth of 13 consecutive races held between now and October.Regan Smith regained the championship lead after capitalising on Elliott Sadler and Chase Elliott’s misfortune in Daytona, although the 30-year-old’s hopes of scoring a second Florida victory of 2014 were dashed by team-mate Kasey Kahne.Continuing north, we visit Ontario for live United SportsCar Championship coverage as the series makes its solitary Canadian appearance of 2014.Home favourite Michael Valiante and co-driver Richard Westbrook will be seeking a second successive Prototype victory at the Canadian Tire Motorsport Park after triumphing at Watkins Glen. Meanwhile, GTLM leaders Antonio Garcia and Jan Magnussen search for their fourth win of 2014 in Bowmanville.Elsewhere, Max Verstappen will be looking to build on his own treble in Moscow as our live and delayed FIA Formula 3 European Championship coverage continues.The son of former Formula One driver Jos dominated at the Norisring, taking his consecutive victory tally to six, while Tom Blomqvist’s hopes of catching the Dutchman and current series leader Esteban Ocon are slipping away thanks to a disastrous German weekend.Our two-wheeled offering begins with live FIM Motocross World Championship coverage as the series concludes its Scandinavian adventure.MXGP champion Tony Cairoli’s advantage over Clement Desalle grew to 57 points in Sweden thanks to another victory double and a painful race two retirement for the 25-year-old Belgian, who dropped to third overall. Meanwhile in MX2, it was business as usual for Jeffrey Herlings, who extended his championship lead to 135 points.There’s no shortage of action in Eurocup Clio as our live coverage of Formula Renault 3.5’s support series resumes at the Nurburgring.April’s Aragon victory double perfectly kicked off Oscar Nogues’ bid for a fourth championship in the iconic French hatchback, while 2013 title winner Josh Files is 28 points behind the Spaniard.And finally, we return to two wheels with fourth-round FIM Supermoto World Championship highlights from Cremona, Italy.Courtesy of a clean sweep last time out in the Czech Republic, Finland’s current S1 class title holder Mauno Hermunen remains closely matched with two-time champion Thomas Chareyre, while the Frenchman’s brother Adrien is third.Saturday 12 July09:30 FIM Supermoto World Championship, Rd 4, Italy – Highlights10:00 LIVE FIA Formula 3 European Championship, Rd 7, Moscow (Race 1)14:40 LIVE Eurocup Clio, Rd 2, Nurburgring (Race 1)20:00 LIVE NASCAR Nationwide Series, Rd 17, New HampshireSunday 13 July09:40 LIVE FIA Formula 3 European Championship, Rd 7, Moscow (Race 2)11:00 LIVE FIM MX2 Motocross World Championship, Rd 13, Finland (Race 1)12:00 LIVE FIM MXGP Motocross World Championship, Rd 13, Finland (Race 1)13:00 LIVE Eurocup Clio, Rd 2, Nurburgring (Race 2)14:00 LIVE FIM MX2 Motocross World Championship, Rd 13, Finland (Race 2)15:00 LIVE FIM MXGP Motocross World Championship, Rd 13, Finland (Race 2)16:00 FIA Formula 3 European Championship, Rd 7, Moscow – Delayed-as-Live (Race 3)19:00 LIVE United SportsCar Championship, Rd 8, Canadian Tire Motorsport ParkAll times are BST