Motors TV Weekend Highlights December 6,7‏

It’s beginning to look a lot like Christmas on Motors TV, with motorsport treats aplenty just for you this weekend on The High Speed Television Channel.Our first gift is a trip to sunny Australia for V8 Supercars around the streets of the Sydney Olympic Park. Jamie Whincup may have clinched a record sixth championship at Philip Island, but there will still be stacks of wheel-to-wheel action as the rest of the field battle it out for their place in the final standings. Mark ‘Frosty’ Winterbottom will be fighting to secure his second place in the drivers’ championship at what is effectively his home race. The 500km street circuit will also see the return of Marcos Ambrose who, after nine years racing in NASCAR, is making a comeback to Australia’s premier touring car series.We’ve also got live coverage from the 2014 Ferrari Finali Mondiali which takes place at Abu Dhabi’s spectacular Yas Marina circuit this weekend. Watch all the action from the World Final, including the Coppa Shell and the Trofeo Pirelli, as it happens on Motors TV.In case you missed the Lamborghini Blancpain Super Trofeo World Final from Malaysia last week, we’ve got highlights from the Sepang International Circuit. This extremely popular one-make GT series provides some seriously impressive racing to tide you over until the new year.If you’ve never seen the Lucas Oil Off-Road Racing Series you’re in luck, because we’re showing highlights from Wild Horse Motorsport Park in Chandler, Arizona, which played host to the first round of the 2014 championship. We’ll have you on the edge of your seat as extreme pick-up trucks are pitted against each other on what is essentially an oversized motocross track in this thrilling series.Last weekend, the motorsport world said goodbye to one of the most talented drivers in the FIA World Endurance Championship – Tom Kristensen. We’re showing highlights from the explosive season finale at Interlagos on Sunday, which sees Toyota battling with Audi for the Manufacturers’ title after Sebastien Buemi and Anthony Davidson secured the drivers’ championship with the Japanese marque at the previous round.We’re also looking back over the Supercar Challenge season in a special review show of this popular GT series. Catch up on all the action from some of Europe’s most iconic circuits and a grid made up of machinery from Ferrari, Audi, BMW, and many more.As if all of that wasn’t enough, we’ve got another season review from the International GT Open. Championship leaders Nicky Pastorelli and Miguel Ramos were only one point clear of Roman Mavlanov and Daniel Zampieri ahead of the showdown, with reigning champion Andrea Montermini and team-mate Niccolo Schiro hot on their heels. The fight for the crown really comes down to the wire at the season finale in Barcelona. And we’re back in Spain for ‘the most rock and roll motorsport event of the year’ - the Gymkhana Grid Final which this year takes place in Madrid.With all this and more to look forward to, that’s your weekend sorted!Saturday 6 December08:45 LIVE Ferrari Finali Mondiali, Abu Dhabi – Coppa Shell10:05 Lamborghini Super Trofeo, World Final, Sepang11:05 LIVE Ferrari Finali Mondiali, Abu Dhabi – Trofeo Pirelli13:00 V8 Supercars, Rd 14, Sydney Homebush (Delayed as live)15:50 Lucas Oil Off-Road Racing, Rd 1, Chandler (Highlights)18:55 Gymkhana Grid Final, Madrid (Highlights)20:00 Supercar Challenge ReviewSunday 7 December08:10 FIA WEC, Rd 8, 6 Hours of Sao Paulo (Highlights)15:45 International GT Open Season Review


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