Motors TV Weekend Highlights October 18,19

Our line up kicks off with live European Le Mans Series coverage as Europe's flagship endurance championship concludes at Estoril following a season that has produced four overall winners from as many events. The top-tier LMP2 category remains up for grabs, with a quartet of driver pairings still in the running for title honours. The Signatech Alpine squad lead the way, but British outfit Jota Sport are just 10 points in arrears heading to Portugal. Both the LMGTE and GTC classes are also undecided ahead of what promises to be a trilling season-closer.It’s also season finale time as our live FIA Formula 3 European Championship coverage resumes from Hockenheim with newly crowned champion Esteban Ocon looking to conclude his campaign in style.The Lotus F1 protégé sealed the title last time out at Imola, but there is still the matter of who will finish as runner-up to be resolved. Britain's Tom Blomqvist is in scintillating form and could snatch the spot from F1-bound Max Verstappen. The Dutchman's advantage was cut to just three points at Imola and Blomqvist will no doubt be driven by the chance to take a very significant scalp.There’s no shortage of live two wheel action either as the CIV series travels to Mugello in Tuscany for its final meeting of 2014.In the Superbike class, Ivan Goi is looking to seal his maiden title but faces the significant challenge of reigning two-time champion Matteo Baiocco. Further coverage comes from the 600 Supersport and Moto3 classes among others in what promises to be a stellar day of two-wheel racing action.We’ll also be in Jerez for live Eurocup Clio coverage as championship leader Oscar Nogués looks to wrap up the title on home turf. The Spaniard has four wins from six races this term and leads Éric Trémoulet by 36 points with 50 up for grabs, giving him an excellent shot at reclaiming the crown he first clinched in 2012. As well as Trémoulet, Massimiliano Pedalà and Mikel Azcona also retain mathematical title chances, though anything but a Nogués victory would represent a serious upset.And finally, we have FIM Supermoto World Championship highlights from 2014’s final event in Jesolo, Italy.Ahead of the deciding round, reigning champion Mauno Hermunen found himself within striking distance of points leader Thomas Chareyre. However the Frenchman had plenty of incentive to hold on to top spot: having already claimed world titles in 2010 and ’12, he was seeking to complete his championship hat trick at the Italian venue.Saturday 18 October09:15 LIVE FIA Formula 3 European Championship, Rd 11, Hockenheim (Race 1)11:30 FIM Supermoto World Championship, Supermoto of Nations, Italy12:00 LIVE Italian Motorcycle Road Race Championship, Rd 9, Mugello (Moto 3)12:50 LIVE Italian Motorcycle Road Race Championship, Rd 9, Mugello (Superbike)13:45 LIVE Italian Motorcycle Road Race Championship, Rd 9, Mugello (600 Supersport)14:40 LIVE Italian Motorcycle Road Race Championship, Rd 9, Mugello (Pre Moto 3)15:30 Eurocup Clio, Rd 4, Jerez – Delayed-as-Live (Race 1)16:15 FIA Formula 3 European Championship, Rd 11, Hockenheim – Delayed-as-Live (Race 2)Sunday 19 October09:55 LIVE FIA Formula 3 European Championship, Rd 11, Hockenheim (Race 3)13:10 LIVE European Le Mans Series, Rd 5, Estoril14:20 LIVE Eurocup Clio, Rd 4, Jerez (Race 2)15:00 LIVE European Le Mans Series, Rd 5, EstorilAll times are BST


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