Motors TV Weekend Highlights July 19,20‏

The cream of the continental GT and Prototype crop return this weekend with live European Le Mans Series coverage from the Red Bull Ring.Current LMP2 leaders TDS Racing seek another Styrian triumph in order to extend their eight-point lead over Jota Sport, whereas LMGTE frontrunners SMP Racing will be aiming for a second 2014 victory after claiming GTC honours in Austria 12 months ago.Spielberg’s alpine breeze is swapped for Illinois’ sultry surroundings as our delayed-as-live NASCAR Nationwide Series coverage resumes from Chicagoland Speedway.With Sprint Cup regulars dominating in New Hampshire, Regan Smith, Elliott Sadler and Chase Elliott were left to dine out on the scraps left by top-tier drivers. However, sixth for second-placed Sadler narrowed Smith’s advantage to eight points, with 13 covering the battling trio overall.We’ll also be at Silverstone for live EuroFormula Open action with Artur Janosz looking to extend his lead over Sandy Stuvik.Poland’s 21-year-old claimed a second 2014 win in Budapest, with Stuvik’s race two retirement leaving the Thai five points behind his elder team-mate. Meanwhile, Alex Palou capped off a brilliant weekend with victory in Hungary’s second race, ensuring only nine points cover the leading threesome heading to Northamptonshire.Remaining at the British Grand Prix venue, our live and delayed International GT Open action returns with Nicky Pastorelli and Miguel Ramos looking to build on their Danube domination.Thanks to a Super GT clean sweep, just two points separate the championship-leading V8 Racing pairing from Scuderia Villorba’s Andrea Montermini and Niccolo Schiro. Meanwhile in GTS, Alan Sicart trails Giorgio Roda by nine points, despite Sicart’s race one win.And the GT action continues with fifth-round British GT Championship highlights from the series’ annual overseas trip to Spa-Francorchamps.Following their first victory of 2014 at Snetterton, Beechdean AMR’s Jonny Adam and Andrew Howard vaulted into the standings lead, although Ecurie Ecosse are only 11.5 points in arrears. In GT4, Jake Giddings and Ross Wylie continue to top the drivers’ table after their third class podium at the Norfolk venue.And finally, our sportscar coverage concludes with Nurburgring 24 Hours highlights as the world’s best GT drivers go head-to-head in the twice-around-the-clock thriller held on Germany’s fearsome Nordschleife circuit.Saturday 19 July09:35 FIM Trial World Championship, Rd 5, Belgium – Highlights13:50 LIVE EuroFormula Open, Rd 5, Silverstone (Race 1)14:50 LIVE International GT Open, Rd 5, Silverstone (Race 1)Sunday 20 July10:15 British GT Championship, Rd 5, Spa-Francorchamps – Highlights11:20 LIVE EuroFormula Open, Rd 5, Silverstone (Race 2)12:45 LIVE European Le Mans Series, Rd 3, Red Bull Ring14:50 International GT Open, Rd 5, Silverstone – Delayed-as-Live (Race 2)15:50 LIVE European Le Mans Series, Rd 3, Red Bull Ring17:15 NASCAR Nationwide Series, Rd 18, Chicago – Delayed-as-LiveMonday 21 July10:35 Nurburgring 24 Hours – Highlights20:30 European Le Mans Series, Rd 3, Red Bull Ring – HighlightsAll times are BST